MyMilitaryLife - a “one stop shop”
We’re excited to announce the completion of the first edition of all 10 Life Paths of MyMilitaryLife, a mobile app we developed exclusively for military families. MyMilitaryLife offers military families a customized experience that guides users through different life paths by anticipating your needs and determining appropriate resources for each stage in military life.
The 10 “Life Paths” address key events a military family might experience during their career. With more than 10,000 official military and community support websites providing information for military families, it is often difficult to navigate which sites are supplying credible information. Families are left scouring the internet to try and piece together the best resources to support the next steps in their life. For the first time families have access to trusted information right at their fingertips, specifically identified for their current life challenges and goals.
While every family goes through challenges, the military lifestyle changes quickly and often with unexpected hurdles to overcome, making MyMilitaryLife a critical resource to have for every scenario.
Below is an extended look at key features and Life Paths:
- Customized to-do lists
- Tailored resources based on Service branch, location, and needs
- Due date reminders
- Push notifications
- Emergency phone numbers for military families
10 “Life Paths” Available
- The Basics
- Having a Baby
- Raising Kids
- Transitioning out of the military
- Spouse Education
- Spouse Employment
MyMilitaryLife is made possible thanks to the generosity of BAE Systems, Goldman Sachs Gives, TriWest Healthcare Alliance, with additional support from Health Net Federal Services, Hummingbird Foundation, Magellan Health Services, and the USAA Foundation.
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