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Active Heroes is a 501c3 charity helping Veterans, Active Duty Military and their families. Active Heroes mission is to support U.S. military service members, veterans and their families through physical, educational, and emotional programs providing coping skills in an effort to eliminate suicide Active Heroes’ vision is to eliminate military/veteran suicide.

Military families look forward to being together after a long deployment with many mixed emotions. Each family member will have different expectations. Every family situation is different. But, it is important to remember the needs and feelings of the returning family member, the adult at home and the children.

As an ex-serviceman or woman, it can be difficult to make that transition from the military to civilian life. Getting a job may be one of the hurdles you have to overcome as some find it difficult to find employment after leaving the forces. However, there are a number of charities and organisations that have been established to help you find your next role. From training programs to career advice, this resource will offer you handy tips and tricks as to how you can find employment again. There are also some useful links for employers, recruitment agencies and organizations who are offering the latest roles in building, construction and other trades.

News article from Air Force Times on dealing with homecomings.

Booklet from the Military Child Education Coalition created to help parents and educators, support children during this potentially stressful time. Also discuss ways that parents and educators can work together to ensure that the education process stays on track during a deployment.

Information and resources for military families about coming home after deployment

A first-of-its-kind program that provides education and helps to bust the stigma of mental health issues among soldiers, their families, and medical staff to ensure that a greater number of military families receive the prompt and high-quality care they deserve. In partnership with the leading military organizations, NMHA distributes educational materials on such topics as reuniting with your spouse and children, adjusting after war, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Financial considerations when you come home from deployment

The American Red Cross offers a guide for military persons who are returning home and their families with suggestions for how to make a smooth transition.

 
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