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Family Readiness Information 
"Mission Readiness through Family Readiness"
If you have any questions regarding family issues please e-mail
Programs and Resources to Support Armed Forces Members and Families

Learn about our Armed Forces, how to connect, volunteer and support them.

ARC services and support available to service members and families.

DoD Deployment Health Clinical Center (DHCC) works to improve deployment-related health care, and can provide resources for Veterans and their families before, during and after deployment.

ESGR, a Department of Defense agency, was established in 1972 to promote cooperation and understanding between Reserve Component Service members and their civilian employers and to assist in the resolution of conflicts arising from an employee's military commitment.

H2H offers career exploration tools, military-to-civilian skills translations, education and training resources, as well as a mobile app. Support for H2H is provided through the Department of Defense’s Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program.

DMDC Support Center (DSC) User Help Desk is open 24 hours
Worldwide: (1) (800) 477-8227
CONUS DSN: 698-5000
OCONUS DSN: 312???698-5000
Do you require DoD beneficiary information or assistance on your personnel record?
DMDC/DEERS Support Office is open Monday-Friday, excluding U.S. federal holidays, 6:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. Pacific time.
Worldwide: (1) (800) 538-9552 or TTY/TDD: (1) (866) 363-2883
Germany: (0800) 101-3161
Italy: (800) 783-784
United Kingdom: (0800) 587-1594
Korea: (00798) 1-4800-5570
Philippines: (1800) 1-114-1235
Japan: (0053) 112-0731

The Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) is a targeted recruitment and employment solution for spouses and companies that: Partners Fortune 500 Plus companies with ALL Military Services, provides human resource (HR) managers with recruitment solutions – military spouses, prepares military spouses to become competitive, “job ready” applicants and connects military spouses with employers seeking the essential 21st century workforce skills and attributes they possess.

Founded 43 years ago, the National Military Family Association is a leading non-profit organization focusing on issues important to military families such as child care, accessible health care, spouse employment options, great schools, caring communities, a secure retirement, and support for widows and widowers.

Providing navy family, ombudsman and deployment support programs.

Central reservation number: (1-800-NAVY-INN/1-800-628-9466).

The STANDARD NAVY DISTRIBUTION LIST (SNDL) provides command mailing addresses

Operation Homefront (OH) provides emergency financial and other assistance to the families of our service members and wounded warriors.

The Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense serves as the Principal Staff Assistant and advisor to the Secretary of Defense with responsibility for overall supervision of matters which involve the Reserve Components (RC) from all branches of service.

Fleet and Family Support Programs (FFSP) support individual and family readiness through a full array of programs and resources which help Navy families to be resilient, well-informed and adaptable to the Navy environment.

TRICARE often refers to doctors as "providers." Providers are any doctor, team of doctors, nurse-practitioner, physician assistant, hospital, clinic, laboratory, ambulance company or supplier of medical equipment that delivers medical services or supplies to you.

USERRA protects civilian job rights and benefits for veterans and members of the active and Reserve components of the U.S. armed forces. USERRA provides that returning service-members must be promptly reemployed in the same position that they would have attained had they not been absent for military service, with the same seniority, status and pay, as well as other rights and benefits determined by seniority.

This Advisor assists veterans in understanding employee eligibility and job entitlements, employer obligations, benefits and remedies under USERRA. The law is intended to encourage non-career uniformed service so that America can enjoy the protection of those services, staffed by qualified people, while maintaining a balance with the needs of private and public employers who also depend on these same individuals.

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