The more you understand and feel a part of your Servicemember’s mission, the easier it will be to adapt to the separations, deployments, and relocations.
The military enhances family readiness by providing resources to assist the family while fostering their independence. Both military and civilian community resources are available to assist your family. Awareness and understanding of the resources are available and how to access them can empower you to better manage your life during times of deployments and separation.
Programs for Parents
After Deployment: Adaptive Parenting Skills Training
A study that is being run through the University of Minnesota with the support of the Minnesota National Guard and Reserves. ADAPT, for military parents with children ages 5-12, strives to learn about family resilience and develop tools to support resilience among military families as they cope with the stress of deployment and reintegration.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 08 January 2015 13:30|
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