Often times it can be difficult as you work with service members and their families to get them to really open up to you in order to better identify appropriate… Continue Reading As a Professional, How Do You Encourage Caregivers & Service Members to Open Up?
By Barbara O’Neill, Ph.D., CFP®, Rutgers Cooperative Extension At the height of income tax filing season, it is appropriate to examine special tax benefits for military families. Military personnel and… Continue Reading Income Tax Tips for Military Families
By Katie Bryan, America Saves Communications Director America Saves Week, February 23 – 28, 2015, is the perfect time to review your finances, set your savings goals for the year,… Continue Reading This America Saves Week: Take Your Financial Future into Your Own Hands
By Michael Gutter, Associate Professor, Interim FCS State Program Leader, and Family Economics Specialist, University of Florida Marcus, 27, and his wife of five years Stephanie, 26, have a three year-old son, Alexander.… Continue Reading Asset Allocation in Real Life
By Barbara O’Neill, Ph.D., CFP®, Rutgers Cooperative Extension More than 80% of service members never reach the 20-year mark to qualify for retired pay. That is why it is important for… Continue Reading Encouraging Service Members to Save for Retirement
Blog post written by Keith Tidball, Ph.D., Cornell University The idea of practicing target sports as a form of therapy may seem counter-intuitive to those involved in working with returning… Continue Reading Target Sports As a Form of Therapy
Source: 2012 Point-in-Time Estimates of Homelessness Report This post is part of a series of Factual Friday posts published on the OneOp blog.
By Kacy Mixon, M.S., LMFT A Terrible Thing Happened: A story for children who have witnessed violence or trauma We’ve discussed the prevalence and effects of children’s exposure to violence… Continue Reading Resource Discovery: Therapeutic Book for Child Trauma