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Military Families Overcome Challenges, Strengthen Relationships

Author: Robyn Mincher, National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2)

Take time during Military Family Month to discover inspiring stories of military members and their families on the AfterDeployment website. They faced unique challenges, sought help and strengthened their relationships through support.

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Military Family Resiliency: Tips for parents and day-care providers of preschool children

Family resilience: pre-school

Resilience in a Time of War: Tips for Parents and Day-Care Providers of Preschool Children

Events are uncertain for children. Their friends’ parents, or perhaps their own parents, may be called away to serve in the military. Although you may think they are too young to understand what is happening, even very young children can absorb frightening events from the news or from conversations they overhear.

Military Family Resiliency: Tips for parents and teachers of elementary school children

Military family resilience: elementary kids

Resilience in a Time of War: Tips for Parents and Teachers of Elementary School Children

Events are uncertain for children. Their friends’ parents, or perhaps their own parents, may be called away to serve in the military. They look to teachers as well as to parents to make them feel safe in a time of war.

Military Family Resiliency: Tips for parents and teachers of middle school children

Military family resilience: middle school kids

Resilience in a Time of War: Tips for Parents and Teachers of Middle School Children

Tips for Parents and Teachers of Middle School Children

Events are uncertain for children. Their friends’ parents, or perhaps their own parents, may be called away to serve in the military. They look to teachers and friends as well as to parents to make them feel safe in a time of war.

Alcohol Use: Talk to Your Child about Alcohol

Alcohol use: Talk to your child about alcohol

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With so many drugs available to young people these days, you may wonder, “Why develop a booklet about helping kids avoid alcohol?” Alcohol is a drug, as surely as cocaine and marijuana are. It’s also illegal to drink under the age of 21. And it’s dangerous. Kids who drink are more likely to:

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