Military Family Service/Support Centers

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    Taxonomy Code: TM-5100

    Programs located at military installations throughout the world that handle inquiries from military personnel, retirees, reservists and their family members, do an assessment of their needs and refer them to sources of help available at the installation or in the local community. The centers may provide relocation assistance, transition assistance, family life programs (e.g., parenting, stress management), individual and family counseling, employment assistance, and financial management services as well as emergency assistance.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Airmen & Family Readiness Center (Air Force Academy) - United States Air ForceProvides emergency financial assistance, as well as other services to active duty Air Force and their families.El Paso CountyAir Force Academy - United States Air ForceUnited States Air Force
    Airmen & Family Readiness Center (Peterson Air Force Base) - United States Air ForceProvides emergency financial assistance, as well as other services to active duty Air Force and their families.El Paso CountyPeterson Air Force Base - United States Air ForceUnited States Air Force
    Airmen & Family Readiness Center (Schriever Air Force Base) - United States Air ForceProvides emergency financial assistance, as well as other services to active duty Air Force and their families.El Paso CountySchriever Air Force Base - United States Air ForceUnited States Air Force
    Armed Forces Emergency Service - American Red Cross of Northern ColoradoHelps military members, Veterans, and their families in the following ways: - Preparation for, coping with, and responding to the challenges of military service - Emergency communications, training, and support to wounded warriors and veterans - Access to community resources to help military families and Veterans.Larimer CountyAmerican Red Cross of Northern ColoradoAmerican Red Cross of Northern Colorado
    Army Community Service (Ft Carson) - United States ArmyProvides services to military families, including financial assistance through the Army Emergency Relief program, transition services, violence prevention, new parent support, deployment support, parenting programs, relationship enrichment, and more.El Paso CountyFort Carson - United States ArmyUnited States Army
    Support Services - Department of DefenseMilitary OneSource provides a variety of support services to military personnel who are active duty, National Guard, Reserves, and dependent family members. Military OneSource offers counseling for the following: - Free or low-cost tax preparation through Miltax - Year-round tax assistance via certified tax counselors - Peer Support - Special Needs - Adoption - Education - Finances - Health and Wellness - Mental Health Counseling - Information and ReferralOut of StateDepartment of DefenseDepartment of Defense
    Survivor Support - Colorado National Guard Family ProgramSurvivor Outreach Services (SOS) connects military personnel with individuals and resources after experiencing the loss of a loved one. Arapahoe CountyColorado National Guard Family ProgramColorado National Guard Family Program
    VFW National Home for Children Family Program - VFW National Home for ChildrenFamilies who are accepted into this program can live at the National Home in a single family home for up to four years while working with a professional case worker to set goals and make plans for the future. Families also have access to educational, recreational and enrichment opportunities. Community resources and counseling referrals are provided as needed. Free state-certified daycare services are provided free of charge for children five and under.Out of StateVFW National Home for Children ServicesVFW National Home for Children

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