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)
- VA Caregiver Support (Department of Veterans Affairs)
- Veterans Health Council
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.
In the Caregiver Briefcase