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Spouse Resources


Homefront United Network

Provides all military spouses and family members a comfortable, positive environment and a place to gain resources, vent, support others and celebrate their lives as military families.

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Freedom isn't Free: Dating Soldiers at War 

The difficulties of a normal long-distance relationship are compounded by the stresses of war and uncertainty, and it takes a lot of effort to keep the relationship alive. 

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Military.com - Spouse 

A resource to help Servicemembers and their spouses through the challenges faced before, during and after deployment. 

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Military & Family Life Consultants 

Masters or Ph.D. level Licensed Clinical Counselors who augment existing military services and work with families, individuals, couples and children to provide non-medical counseling services. Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Clinical Counselors offer short-term, solution-focused counseling, education and referral.

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Contact: Darlene Wetterstrom at 651-282-4288, or by This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  


Real Warriors Campaign - Marital Counseling 

Initiative to promote the processes of building resilience, facilitating recovery and supporting reintegration of returning Servicemembers, veterans and their families. 

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Spouse Deployed

A year-long research study for spouses whose Servicemember is currently deployed to evaluate the benefits of a telephone support group and education sessions designed to help with deployment concerns. Participants will be compensated for their time.

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Survivor Outreach Services

The United States Army's long-term, care and commitment initiative to surviving families of Servicemembers who have died while serving on active duty.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 22 May 2014 09:11