6 Ways the National Alliance on Mental Illness Helps Military Members
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6 Ways the National Alliance on Mental Illness Helps Military Members

With today’s better understanding of mental health in the military and an increased willingness for open dialog, studies have revealed that nearly 1 in 4 active duty members have experienced some sort of mental health condition, including depression at a rate five times higher than in civilian populations, and Postraumtic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which is…

7 Tips for a Successful Military Move
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7 Tips for a Successful Military Move

If you’re facing a permanent change of station (PCS) in the near future, you’re not alone. The average military family moves 6-7 times – or every 2-3 years – over a 20-year military career. That’s about 10 times more than a non-military family. With each move, you’ll undoubtedly lean more about the easiest and most…

7 Free Must-Have Apps for Military Spouses
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7 Free Must-Have Apps for Military Spouses

Military life offers its own special brand of challenges, opportunities, and needs, and military spouses and families share this unique perspective from locations around the globe. Today’s smartphones, however, make it easier than ever to connect to other families, communicate with your loved one, and make military life easier to navigate. Below are 7 excellent…

2017 Changes for Social Security
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2017 Changes for Social Security

More than 65 million retired Americans and their dependents are projected to receive benefits from the U.S. government in 2017 via monthly Social Security payments, and keeping up with the changes to filing policies and strategies can be a daunting task. In particular, 2016 saw significant changes to Social Security claiming rules, after an emergency…

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