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Transition Mistakes To Avoid When Getting Out Of The Military

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.


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Do you have helpful information, resources, services or products for US Military Veterans and their families? You can help us to help US Military Veterans and their families by sharing that information on this website.

Join us now and share your US Military Veterans Information, resources, services and products with others who need it.

This website was created by a male military spouse as a way to help US Military Veterans and their families and this site is ALWAYS FREE to join.

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Never Forget Them

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Please, remember our POWs and MIAs.
They still wait. Their families still wait.



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Free Service Helping Military Veterans Get Hired MilitaryVetJobs.com

We know that many military veterans who are looking for meaningful employment in this tough job market. That is why we're highlighting MilitaryVetJobs.com, a website designed to help veterans find employment opportunities and get hired.


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Veterans Crisis Line Website

The Veterans Crisis Line provides help for veterans and their families by connecting Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text.

call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1


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Brain Injury Resource Center

HeadInjury.com provides brain injury information, education and support to foster self-advocacy and self-care in partnership with families, doctors, rehabilitation facilities and lawyers. Phone: (206)621-8558

 


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Brain Injury Association

The Brain Injury Association provides information on brain injury, research, conferences, publications, prevention and education, survivors' voice, assistive technologies, and information and referral. Phone: (800) 444-6443


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Blessings

Blessings is a non profit organization that feeds the homeless and do food distributions for the low income and for some military families. Blessings provides help for veterans and families of veterans by catering to over 500 families per month.


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My Next Move for Veterans (Find a Job)

My Next Move for Veterans is created for the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, by the National Center for O*NET Development. My Next Move for Veterans helps U.S. veterans find jobs by providing a usefuk set of tools and information to match tasks, skills, salary information and job listings that can ultimately result in veterans  hired in the civilian work force.


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Traumatic Brain Injury Survival Guide

The Traumatic Brain Injury Survival Guide website is an online book by Dr. Glen Johnson, a Clinical Neuropsychologist and Clinical Director of the Neuro-Recovery Head Injury Program in Traverse City, MI. The website is setup like a book with links to chapters, and the information is focused specifically on TBI and is given very concisely in laymen's terms.

The goal of this online book is to better prepare the person with the head injury and family for the long road ahead.


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Realistic Hope A Traumatic Brain Injury Community

The undisputed "experts" at living a fulfilling life with a brain injury are those who "have been there done that."

The purpose of this site is to connect the survivors, their family, friends and caregivers who" have been there done that" to those looking for answers to accomplish the same.

Every brain injury is unique, however, everyone's roadmap has the same elements

Learn how others have traveled their journey and build your unique roadmap.


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Transition Mistakes To Avoid When Getting Out Of The Military

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.


Help Us Help Veterans

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Help Us Help Them!

Do you have helpful information, resources, services or products for US Military Veterans and their families? You can help us to help US Military Veterans and their families by sharing that information on this website.

Join us now and share your US Military Veterans Information, resources, services and products with others who need it.

This website was created by a male military spouse as a way to help US Military Veterans and their families and this site is ALWAYS FREE to join.

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[[WIDGET_EXTERNALLINKS]]

Never Forget Them

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Please, remember our POWs and MIAs.
They still wait. Their families still wait.



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Free Service Helping Military Veterans Get Hired MilitaryVetJobs.com

We know that many military veterans who are looking for meaningful employment in this tough job market. That is why we're highlighting MilitaryVetJobs.com, a website designed to help veterans find employment opportunities and get hired.


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Veterans Crisis Line Website

The Veterans Crisis Line provides help for veterans and their families by connecting Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text.

call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1


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Brain Injury Resource Center

HeadInjury.com provides brain injury information, education and support to foster self-advocacy and self-care in partnership with families, doctors, rehabilitation facilities and lawyers. Phone: (206)621-8558

 


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Brain Injury Association

The Brain Injury Association provides information on brain injury, research, conferences, publications, prevention and education, survivors' voice, assistive technologies, and information and referral. Phone: (800) 444-6443


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Blessings

Blessings is a non profit organization that feeds the homeless and do food distributions for the low income and for some military families. Blessings provides help for veterans and families of veterans by catering to over 500 families per month.


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My Next Move for Veterans (Find a Job)

My Next Move for Veterans is created for the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, by the National Center for O*NET Development. My Next Move for Veterans helps U.S. veterans find jobs by providing a usefuk set of tools and information to match tasks, skills, salary information and job listings that can ultimately result in veterans  hired in the civilian work force.


image for Traumatic Brain Injury Survival Guide

Traumatic Brain Injury Survival Guide

The Traumatic Brain Injury Survival Guide website is an online book by Dr. Glen Johnson, a Clinical Neuropsychologist and Clinical Director of the Neuro-Recovery Head Injury Program in Traverse City, MI. The website is setup like a book with links to chapters, and the information is focused specifically on TBI and is given very concisely in laymen's terms.

The goal of this online book is to better prepare the person with the head injury and family for the long road ahead.


image for Realistic Hope A Traumatic Brain Injury Community

Realistic Hope A Traumatic Brain Injury Community

The undisputed "experts" at living a fulfilling life with a brain injury are those who "have been there done that."

The purpose of this site is to connect the survivors, their family, friends and caregivers who" have been there done that" to those looking for answers to accomplish the same.

Every brain injury is unique, however, everyone's roadmap has the same elements

Learn how others have traveled their journey and build your unique roadmap.