Caregivers of Families of Service Members and Veterans
This list includes tools for finding caregiver support and additional services, along with searchable directories, data and specific programs.
Caregiver Support and Training
- Veterans Affairs (VA) Caregiver Support
Department of Veterans Affairs caregiver stories, free online workshops and support presentation on loss.
- Post-deployment Stress: What Families Should Know, What Families Can Do (PDF, 827.7KB)
Department of Veterans Affairs brochure for families of service members who have experienced trauma.
- Kids and Operation Purple
This National Military Family Association program empowers military children and their families to develop and maintain healthy and connected relationships.
- Mental Health and Related Resources for Assisting Service Members, Veterans and Their Families
APA list includes health centers and information about health care, financial resources, family support and concerns throughout the deployment cycle.
- Talk, Listen, Connect: Military Families
Sesame Workshop tools for deployments, homecomings, changes, grief and other educational materials for military families.
- Work and Family Researchers Network
An online peer-community with tools to strengthen connections among the global audiences interested in work and family.
- The Association of Veterans Affairs Psychologist Leaders
Helps provide high quality patient care to U.S. veterans and support VA psychologists.
- Veterans Health Council
Improve health care for veterans by creating an ongoing forum for members of the medical and clinical professions, employee representatives, advocacy organizations and healthcare firms to discuss, develop and promote effective efforts to inform veterans and their families about health issues.
- The Coming Home Project
Provides care, support, education and stress management tools to Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, service members, their families and their service providers.
- National Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Center
Department of Veterans Affairs entity promotes improved assessment and treatment of PTSD.
- The Support And Family Education Program: Mental Health Facts for Families
Curriculum to support adults who care for someone living with mental illness or PTSD. From the Oklahoma City VA Medical Center Family Mental Health Program.
- National Resource Directory
Department of Defense directory connects wounded warriors, service members, veterans, their families and caregivers with resources and support.
Traumatic Brain Injury
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Family Caregiver Curriculum
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center support for caregivers of service members and veterans with moderate to severe TBI.