Frequently Used Resources– – Get homework and studying help from a professional tutor any time you need it. FREE for students in Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard and Reserve families. Expert tutors are online 24/7 and available to help in more than 16 subjects, including test prep, proofreading, Math, Science, English and Social Studies.   – Partial memberships paid for by the Department of Defense. Use your membership to find babysitters, nannies (part time & full time), last minute care, pet sitters and housekeepers.

Military OneSource/YMCA   YMCA offers full memberships and respite care (at select locations) to Service Members on Title 10 orders.  Check Military OneSource website for the nearest participating location.

Our Military – If you or your spouse are in the National Guard or Reserves and are deployed overseas, Our Military Kids can help pay for sports, fine arts and tutoring programs for your children. Eligible families apply for a grant up to $500 for children age 5 to high school senior. The check to pay for the activity is sent directly to the service provider.

Give A Hour  Give an Hour mental health providers offer free counseling to individuals, couples, and families in the military and veteran community.

Boys and Girls Club of – One year free membership for military dependents that live outside military installations.
Stomp Project  STOMP (Specialized Training of Military Parents) is a federally funded Parent Training and Information (PTI) Center established to assist military families who have children with special education or health needs.

United Through Reading offers military service members who are away from their families due to deployment or other circumstances the opportunity to be video-recorded reading storybooks aloud.
Army Fee Assistance – Childcare Subsidy Army Child Care Fee Assistance was created to provide authorized Reserve and Active Duty personnel assistance in locating, selecting, and offsetting the cost of civilian child care when on-base child care is not available or a viable option for the service member and their family. The programs available through Child Care Aware® of America provide subsidies for eligible military dependents enrolled in quality commercial child care programs throughout the United States. Child Care Aware® of America authorizes subsidy amounts based on Total Family Income (TFI) for those eligible Army families, and supplies monthly payments directly to the prospective child care provider. The Army Fee Assistance Subsidy is the difference between what the Sponsor would pay for on-post child care and the community-based child care provider’s rate, up to a provider rate cap of $1500 per child per month. In order to participate in the Army Fee Assistance Program, non-school age children must be enrolled in a minimum of 16 hours of care per week. School age children must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 hours of care per week during the school year and a minimum of 16 hours of care per week during summer break.Army fee assistance does not cover the drop-in care for non-school age children or school age children on breaks (winter/spring break, snow days, holidays, etc.). Care must be consistent and must have a fixed schedule.
**Army Civilians and Guard Technicians/Reserve Technicians are also eligible. Check website for eligibility.
Families Over Coming Under – provides resiliency training to military children and families. It teaches practical skills to help families overcome common challenges related to a parent’s military service, to communicate and solve problems effectively, and to successfully set goals together and create a shared family story.
American Red  The American Red Cross offers multiple skill-building opportunities to help service members and veterans—as well as their families and support systems—identify and cope effectively with the unique challenges.

Talk, Listen, Sesame Street provides much-needed support and practical education with Talk, Listen, Connect, a multiphase outreach initiative to help kids through deployments, combat-related injuries, and the death of a loved one. Videos, storybooks, and workbooks especially created for this program