Presents the coordinated model of care to prepare programs to serve military families.
National Veteran and Military Families Month
November was first declared as Military Family Month in 1996. Since then, November has been a time to acknowledge the tremendous sacrifices our military families make. They contend with separation from their families and make adjustments to new living situations and communities. Military Families embody strength, resilience, and courage. Care of military families and children sustains our fighting force, and strengthens the health, security, and safety of our nation's families and communities.
In recognition of this important topic, the NCTSN has compiled a list of resources for military children and families, educators, and civilian and non-civilian mental health providers.
Introduces participants to child abuse and neglect in military families. This webinar discusses in particular the community and military partnerships to help military families.
Focuses on programs for military families and children. This webinar series presents information that aims to prevent and intervene in cases of child abuse/neglect and domestic violence.
Details the importance of a trauma assessment when families have experienced a trauma and guides clinicians in the assessment process.
Discusses ongoing efforts and research to address trauma, grief, and loss in the military community, including a look at the VA's suicide prevention programs.
Discusses the combat/operational stress continuum (COSC) and Combat/Operational Stress First Aid (COSFA) in the US Navy and US Marine Corps.
Provides a description of the FOCUS program as well as program effectiveness data.
Provides an introduction to Naval Center for Combat & Operational Stress Control. This webinar describes Navy culture and discusses Operational Stress Control.
Discusses military culture and the unique stressors faced by military families.
Serves as an overview and introduction to US military structure and culture and the issues involved with supporting the behavioral health of military service members, veterans, and their families.
Offers information on childhood traumatic grief. This fact sheet provides descriptions of childhood traumatic grief, normal or typical grief, and what to do for childhood traumatic grief.
Provides educators with information about traumatic grief in military children.