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Resources Available to Service Providers and Leaders from the Department of Defense
Welcome to the request system for military and family support services. This system allows service providers and leaders to augment their work with resources designed to enhance the personal and family readiness of eligible members of the military community. This request system is not for individuals seeking non-medical counseling support. Individuals seeking non-medical counseling support should contact www.militaryonesource.mil at 800-342-9647.
Service providers and leaders may request the following resources at no cost to them:
Military OneSource: Military OneSource representatives deliver presentations and provide resource tables to educate military families, leaders and service providers on available programs and services for the military community. Explore what Military OneSource offers at MilitaryOneSource.mil.
Military and Family Life Counselor (MFLC): Military and family life counselors provide confidential non-medical counseling sessions and presentations on a range of topics, such as relationship issues, deployment and reunion adjustments, anger management, parenting, communication, and grief and loss.
Child and Youth Behavioral MFLC (CYB-MFLC): Child and youth behavioral counselors address the same topics as military and family life counselors. Additionally, these counselors provide confidential non-medical counseling sessions and presentations to children and youth for situations involving school adjustment, separation, parent-child communications and behavioral concerns.
Personal Financial Counselor (PFC): Personal financial counselors augment the Military Services' financial readiness programs by assisting service members and their families with tools, education and face-to-face counseling to achieve their financial goals and successfully overcome financial challenges.
All active-duty, National Guard and reserve service members (regardless of activation status), and DoD expeditionary civilians (when deployed 90 days prior and up to 180 days post-deployment), their immediate family and survivors (non-remarried spouses and their children) are eligible. Veterans and their immediate family members are eligible post separation or retirement (up to 365 days for Military OneSource and up to 180 days for Military and Family Life Counseling and Personal Financial Counseling services).