Describes 10 key concepts for providing competent and effective services to military families.
The following resources on Military and Veteran Families were developed by the NCTSN.
Describes work from McCormick Foundation, RAND Corporation, and Duke University's Veteran Culture and Clinical Competence (V3C) Program.
Features an update on US Army Behavioral Health Services, including types of services and initiatives available to soldiers and their families.
Describes the work of Strong Families Strong Forces, a home-based intervention for military families with young children (birth to five).
Describes the development of standardized definitions of child abuse and domestic violence across military branches.
Provides information on the US military structure and culture, to increase understanding of the ways a community-based provider can begin to work with veterans and their families.
Explores several programs and projects, including innovative community-based initiatives, designed to support the behavioral health of military veterans and their families.
Discusses initiatives addressing the creation of a military social work curriculum.
Presents information about an online parenting program adapted for the Minnesota National Guard by NCTSN at the University of Minnesota.
Familiarizes participants with several mental health programs and interventions designed for use with military and veteran families.
Describes the development of the Military Kids Connect website and use of technology to support military children.
Describes the challenges associated with going to and returning from war for service members, including the many paradoxes that prevent getting help.