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Military Family Assistance Centers (FACs) were formed to provide a geographically dispersed network to provide information, resources, referrals, and outreach for our service members of all military branches and their families throughout their deployment cycle.
When a loved one is deployed, family members are affected. Issues may occur that require assistance to find appropriate resources. [...]Continue Reading →
Many military families are eligble to apply for a grants to pay for spring fees for sports, fine arts activities, camps, and tutoring. Report cards are coming out soon and some parents may discover their child needs a little extra tutoring help. Now may be the time to apply for a tutoring grant.
Grants are available [...]Continue Reading →
On February 14, 2014 By WebAdmin
Returning from a deployment generates a lot of questions for Service members and their families. The Transition Assistance Advisor (TAA) ensures that Service members experience a smooth and seamless transition back into their civilian careers and reintegration into the local community. The TAA is the Service members advocate and liaison to access local, state, and [...]Continue Reading →
By Nick Simeone
American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15, 2014 – If it hasn’t arrived yet, your 2013 W-2 wage and tax statement likely is on its way, and with it the countdown toward the April 15 tax filing deadline. As preparations begin for the upcoming tax season, military families are being offered [...]Continue Reading →
Snow Care for Troops is a program that assists military families with snow removal. This winter military families can sign up for Project EverGreen’s SnowCare for Troops (SCFT), a community-based program that matches contractor and citizen volunteers with military families to provide free snow removal services. SCFT is open to military families with a service [...]Continue Reading →
The WI NG Child and Youth Program is pleased to announce their upcoming Military Kids Round-Up scheduled March 8, 2014 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. The Round-Up will be a fun filled, western themed, event focused around leadership, character and resilience.
This Round-up is open to military connected kids between 4 and 6 years of age. The [...]Continue Reading →