Developed and led by Navy spouses, this course is geared towards helping fellow spouses navigate the waters of Navy life. Some key topics include: Navy customs and traditions, health care benefits, military moves, deployments, and much more. Additional information, including how to register, can be found by clicking the link below.
FFSC offers a variety of services centered around promoting quality of life for military families. A wide range of programs are offered including Parenting and Life Skill programs, Financial programs, Deployment support, Transition and Employment assistance, Relocation assistance, Counseling and Victim Assistance, Exceptional Family Member Support, resume writing and many more. Check out the FFSC website below to find out what events are going on in Hampton Roads.
The CORE mission is to establish a continuing series of conferences tailored specifically for CO/XO, CMC/COB and Junior Officer Spouses to enhance and develop their leadership skills to meet the unique challenges of the military lifestyle. Each CORE group will have workshops tailored to meet their unique challenges and facilitate various ways for spouses from various communities to work together toward individual and common goals. Experienced members from the different Navy communities will present each series.
Need to check on your eligibility and learn more about your options? Or find a new Provider? Or log-in to check on a referral or claim? Click the link below to get the information you need.
Use this link to access the Hampton Roads EFMP website where you can find information to help guide you in determining eligibility or resources in our area.
FOCUS provides family resilience services to military families, children and spouses.
Protecting the rights of military children in Special Education through educating and advising the legislative agendas of military service organizations, Department of Defense and public officials.
Check out our local Armed Services YMCA and see how your family can take part in their programs.
Military OneSource provides informative material for all aspects of military life. Including preparedness, relocation, counseling, and financial counseling.
The School Liaison Officer’s primary function is to serve as a conduit between parents, educators and the command so that military-connected children experience a seamless transition during the transfer between schools. School Liaison Officers can provide families with educational information to assist them as they begin their PCS planning.
Founded in 1902, is a nonprofit civilian education and advocacy organization that supports America's sea services. Focusing on enhancing morale of sea services personnel and their families through national an council level programs. Educates the public and Congress and supports youth through programs, that expose young people to the values of our sea service.
The mission of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society is to provide, in partnership with the Navy and Marine Corps, financial, educational, and other assistance to members of the Naval Service of the United States.
Offering access to emergency relief, loans, COVID-19 and education assistance. As well as courses on money management and expecting parents.
The Surface Navy Association is at the center of Surface Warfare. They provide their members support, programs, & various activities that enable professional growth, personal satisfaction, and camaraderie.
Looking for housing while preparing for a move can be overwhelming! Lincoln Military Housing offers 37 communities providing 4,053 Navy Housing properties to serve seven bases. Click the link below to learn more.
Traveling to/from a duty station? Going on vacation and looking for military instillations to stay at along with way? Search the Navy Lodge website for availability and locations around the world.
Additional availability for PCS's or vacations can be found with the Navy Gateway Inns and check out their RV Parks, Campgrounds, and Vacation Rentals.
Knit Your Bit - Knit Your Bit provides handmade hats, scarves, and other winter clothing items to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces who find themselves in need. The program demonstrates to veterans that many people from many walks of life appreciate their service to our country and want to support them as they transition back into the civilian community.
Other services offered include Emergency Preparedness, Disaster, Volunteer, and Youth Services.
Use the link below to access additional information and contacts for the Norfolk or Virginia Beach location.
Support our local military families as part of Operation Bigs - a program with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America that caters to mentoring for military children.
Help an active duty member by providing a safe home for their pet while they are deployed.
Supports Active Duty Spouses, and Veterans find their next career. Through a year long mentorship program participants receive guidance to help with their job search, resume writing, and networking.