Resources for Families of Veterans
Returning from the War Zone: A Guide for Families of Military Members: A PDF created by the Department of Veterans Affairs to help families prepare for a reunion with their returning service member and prepare for the transition.
Veterans Families United: Veterans’ Families United, an Oklahoma non-profit organization, strives to provide gentle, accessible and holistic healing resources for Veterans and their families. Veterans & family members in need of help can contact a volunteer who can direct them to appropriate resources that can help.
National Resource Directory: The “Family & Caregiver Support” area of this website gives resources to assist families, caregivers, children & youth, and survivors. This area also helps individuals find counseling, find resources for domestic violence &sexual assault, and find financial information & assistance.
Strategic Outreach to Families of All Reservists: SOFAR is a pro bono, mental health project that provides free psychological support, psychotherapy, psychoeducation and prevention services to extended family of reserve and national guard deployed during the Global War on Terrorism from time of alert through the period of reunion and reintegration.
SAMHSA's Support for Military Families: Supporting America’s service men and women—Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve, and Veteran—together with their families and communities by leading efforts to ensure that needed behavioral health services are accessible and that outcomes are positive.
American Widow Project: A non-profit organization dedicated to the new generation of those who have lost the heroes of yesterday, today and tomorrow, with an emphasis on healing through sharing stories, tears and laughter....Military Widow to Military Widow.