Military families have plenty of good news in the FY21 National Defense Authorization Act, although the Basic Needs Allowance wasn’t included.
TRICARE has updated its telehealth policies so military families can receive audio-video and phone health care. Here’s what you need to know.
From school closures to changes in PCS and co-pays, military families are asking what COVID-19 means for them.
The National Military Family Association joined military families and support organizations in testifying before the House Armed Services Committee Military Personnel Subcommittee about the issues plaguing the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP).
TRICARE is now giving military families the option to choose which health care plan is right for them and make the switch during their first ever Open Enrollment Period.
PTSD and mental health issues don’t just affect the service member. It can affect all members of the military family.