Below are some alternative resources for military families and their children. You can visit their websites and find more information by clicking “view more.”
The Comfort Crew for Military Kids is an organization who reaches out to military children all over the world. Military kids can submit pictures, projects, videos, etc. to share their stories. The site is complete with news articles, blog posts, papers, images, and more--all about the lifestyle of a military brat.
The National Military Family Association (NMFA) serves as the voice of military families. Their website is loaded with everything from news stories to advice, and more. The NMFA is the go-to source for anything involving the military and their lifestyle.
Our Military Kids is a non-profit organization whose goal is to help military children succeed in their futures. Specifically, they want to ease stress and anxiety that comes with separation, transition, etc. Their website also includes information about their scholarships and events.
Sesame Street has always been a huge supporter of military children. Their website contains videos, links to their app, and other useful information for military families. Sesame Street wants to start talking to military children early about what they are going to face, and how to deal with it.
The Military Child Education Coalition is dedicated to helping military children receive the best education they can, so they can enter boldly into their future. The coalition provides relevant support and engages with military brats all over the world to ensure they are successful is school and the workplace.