Caregivers of Families of Service Members and Veterans

The Association of VA Psychologist Leaders

The Coming Home Project
Provides care, support, education, and stress management tools to Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, service members, their families, and their service providers

Mental Health and Related Resources for Assisting Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families (American Psychological Association)

Military Families: Managing Work and Family Responsibilities (Sloan Work and Family Resource Network)

National PTSD Center (Department of Veterans Affairs)

National Resource Directory (Department of Defense)

Operation Enduring Families: Information and Support for Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans and Their Families (Oklahoma City VA Medical Center Family Mental Health Program)
5-session family education and support program for veterans who have recently returned from a combat theater and their families.

Operation Purple Program (National Military Family Association)
Empowers military children and their families to develop and maintain healthy and connected relationships.

Post-deployment Stress: What Families Should Know, What Families Can Do (827.7KB) (Department of Veteran Affairs)

The Support And Family Education (SAFE) Program: Mental Health Facts for Families (Oklahoma City VA Medical Center Family Mental Health Program)
18-session curriculum to support adults who care for someone living w/ mental illness or PTSD.

Talk, Listen, Connect: Deployments, Homecomings, Changes, Grief educational Materials for Families (Sesame Workshop)

TBI Family Caregiver Curriculum (Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center)

Transitions & Teens: A Guide for Military Parents (National Military Family Association)

The VA and Caregivers (Department of Veterans Affairs)

Veterans Health Council

Vets4Vets
To help Iraq and Afghanistan-era veterans to heal from the psychological injuries of war through the use of peer support.

Wounded Warrior Project
Coping and Family Support Services for Wounded Warriors and their Caregivers