- Military Transition
Military Transition Information for US military members on how to plan a successful transition to civilian life, Separation from the Militay, Transition Assistance, TAP, military-to-civilian, reintegration, reintegrate into civilian life, life after combat
As a civilian male military spouse and US Military Veteran advocate, I hear many stories about tough military transitions that servicemembers and their families have gone through.
BEFORE you transition from the military to civilian life, do your best to make the transition as smooth as possible.
Take a look at the mistakes others point out for you to avoid when doing your military transition.
American Combat Veterans of War (ACVOW) is a non-profit organization that enables combat veteran volunteers to mentor, coach and assist our warriors in the transition from combat, allowing them and their families to lead productive and fulfilling lives in the wake of combat.
ACVOW has numerous programs to help warriors adjust to life after combat. Learn about our Safe Warrior Outreach program, the Warrior Transition program, peer-to-peer mentoring and our VA benefit assistance services. Get the details here.
MilitaryVetJobs.com respects the men and women of the military and the service they've provided to our country.
MIlitaryVetJobs.com, a veteran owned organization, offers veteran job seekers a community of support and connections to employers seeking qualified, veteran candidates.
The mission of the Wounded Warrior Project is to honor and empower Wounded Warriors.
Transitioning back to civilian life can be a challenge in many ways, some predictable, some not. Military.com's Transition Center helps veterans make the most out of their military experience in the civilian world.
The Coming Homeâ„¢ Project is a non-profit organization devoted, since 2006, to providing expert, compassionate care, support, education, and stress management tools for Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, service members, their families, and their service providers. We are an experienced team of psychotherapists, veterans and interfaith leaders committed to alleviating the unseen wounds of war. Our nationally recognized, evidence-based programs address the emotional, social, moral, and spiritual injuries and the family challenges experienced during all stages of deployment, especially reintegration.
U.S.VETS provides comprehensive services to the veterans we serve, including case management, employment assistance, job placement, counseling, as well as drug and alcohol free housing. At our facilities veterans progress through a seamless continuum of services designed to help them increase their level of responsibility and prepare them to live independently in the community.
AMERICA WANTS YOU is a unique private sector initiative that is teaming up with corporate America to find job opportunities for those men and women who have served in our Country's military. It is an idea inspired by an ABC News series titled "Made in America" which brought to the attention of the American People the need to support American-Made products to help stimulate the creation of jobs here in this country.