Military families have health care coverage options for their college-aged kids and NMFA shares what to consider when choosing one.
The House Armed Services Committee has established a Quality of Life Panel to do a comprehensive review of issues impacting military families.
Inaction by military health care providers leaves military families, who are at a higher risk to develop eating disorders, without help or treatment options. We demand better.
Military Families enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program need support, representation, and their stories heard.
The cost of Tricare Young Adult health insurance has military families paying higher premiums than their civilian counterparts. We are pushing for change.
The National Military Family Association (NMFA) has been on the Hill working and advocating for military families.