The Child Care Aware of America Military Assistance Program provides monthly fee assistance to military families who do not have the opportunity to place their children in a child care center on post. The program helps military families to offset the cost of child care located in their community, and is calculated based on income and number of children. Please click here for additional information and eligibility requirements: NACCRRA


The official web site of the Department of Veterans Affairs is a very helpful tool for every veteran, please click on the following link to find out everything you need to know about your benefits: Veterans Affairs/Benefits. The VA also has an outreach program that offers local assistance for veterans located in the rural areas. If you are unable to visit your VA hospital, please make sure to contact Ms. Sharon Y. Rhone, Rural Health Integrator. She is located at the Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Medical Center under (804) 675-5000 Ext. 3382 or at [email protected]. For detailed information, please click on Rural Health information.

No Soldier Stands Alone

Shoulder to Shoulder. Please reach out, either for yourself, a family member, friend or your battle buddy. The Army Suicide Prevention Program offers a wide range of help and resources Army Suicide Prevention Program.

eMentor Leadership Program

This program is a dynamic online community where protégés can receive personalized career guidance, advice, support and inspiration from more experienced military spouses, career mentors and military spouse-friendly employers. The program is a partnership of ACADEMYWOMAN and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s HIRING OUR HEROS. For more information click here.

Additional resources

Office Chief of Chaplains

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

American Association of Suicidology

National Hopeline Center

Veterans Health Eligibility

Official Army Family and MWR Web Site

Official Fort A.P. Hill Web Site

Official Army Web Site