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New clinics bring health care to families

Active-duty family members who live near some Army installations soon will have an additional option for health care, without traffic, waiting time, expense and frustration that may sometimes be involved with going to on-post medical facilities or TRICARE network providers.Full Story

Home again: military spouses and reintegration

STUTTGART, Germany - Servicemembers face specific challenges after a deployment, but they're not the only ones. Their spouses also have adjustments to make in order to build close family ties after a year of independence.Full Story

New Website Helping Veterans With Legal Problems

Washington, DC—The first website in the nation to focus exclusively on federal legal rights and resources important to veterans is off to a robust start, with visitors from all 50 states and 77 countries worldwide, including Iraq and Afghanistan.Full Story

Joining Forces

On Tuesday, April 12th, first lady Michelle Obama announced “Joining Forces,” an initiative to support the unique challenges faced by troops and military Families. Full Story

Military Spouses Get Help With Professional Licenses
A Defense Department organization is making it easier for military spouses to maintain professional licenses as they move from state to state.
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Stanley Hupfeld: Man's work at Folds of Honor Foundation to be commended
In Terminal D of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, a heartwarming event occurs almost every day.
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Welcome to Central California Community Support!

Hello, I am the Community Support Coordinators for the Army OneSource program in the state of Oklahoma. I’m considered a program integrator. I use information to assist with identifying and validating resources for Soldiers and Families who don't live near an installation. The Army OneSource program is enhancing unit readiness by addressing needs through existing Family programs. Army OneSource addresses the needs of Active Army, Guard and Reserve Soldiers, and Families regardless of where they live by linking support service delivery through all components. It allows Soldiers and Families to access services by phone, the Internet, or by visiting the nearest facility thereby giving them choices that suit their needs and preferences.

Community Partnerships

Community Partnerships

Our Community Support Coordinators have established key legal and financial partnerships that will help make your life as a member of the Army Family better!


The Base Installation Directory:

Provides contact information for every military installation in the United States.

Guard and Reserve Handbook:

Written specifically for the National Guard and Reserves, gives everything needed to know about serving in the Reserve Component, including: drill pay and enlistment bonuses; allowances like BAS and BAH; re-employment rights; education and training benefits specific to the Guard and Reserve; health care; and retirement.

U.S.Military Handbook:

Designed to help all active duty U.S. Military personnel by giving them the most accurate and complete information available anywhere on pay, allowances, taxes, health care and TRICARE benefits, Veterans and Social Security Benefits, travel, transportation, SBP, retirement, Spac-A, installation listings, statistical data and more.

Benefits for Veterans and Dependents:

Written for veterans and their dependents, covers: health care benefits, disability compensation, pension, vocational rehabilitation and employment, education and training, home loan guarantees, life insurance, burial benefits, survivor benefits, women veterans, homeless veterans, overseas benefits, small and disadvantaged businesses, appeals, workplace benefits, miscellaneous programs and more.

Education Opportunities

Get the after-school EDGE! The Edge! Program offers out-of school opportunities for children and youth to experience, develop, grow and excel by participating in cutting-edge art, fitness, life skills and adventure activities, known as Art EDGE! Fit EDGE!, Life EDGE! And Adventure EDGE!. Must be military or DOD children signed up through central enrollment. For more information regarding the EDGE! Program contact Enrollment Office at 442-3927.

Attention Army Kids! Get Real-time help. Find a resource 24/7. Get FREE online tutoring for Grades K-12+ at Online learning and career services for Families!

Now through 17 February—Scholarships for Military Children Program from the Defense Commissary Agency and Fisher House. Scholarship applications are available on-line at

Now through 1 March—Army Emergency Relief Stateside Spouse Education Assistance Program and Dependent Children Scholarship Program for the 2010-2011 school year. Scholarship applications are available on-line at

Now through 1 March—Educational Scholarships and interest free loans through Educational Assistance Program of MOAA. Visit for more information.

Army Community Covenant Letters

Actor D.B. Sweeney is collecting open letters to U.S. Service Members from the Hollywood community expressing their support and thanks. The "Letter from Hollywood" project kicks off today with a letter from actor Cuba Gooding Jr. Please read his letter at We welcome feedback about the letters on the discussion board of the Community Covenant Facebook page.

A new letter will be posted every Tuesday.

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