For me, the events of September 11, 2001, will always be remembered as the day my high school teacher spoke of—the day you will never forget.
NMFA knows the challenges associated with military spouses seeking a clear-cut starting point. We want to get you on the right path.
Call, email, or write your legislator’s office today to tell them you want their support for this legislation.
Relicensing is a barrier for the more than 30% of military spouses who work in fields that require a state-based professional license or certification.
Stories of parents, educators, and advocates for equal education to help make your child’s next school transition as smooth as possible.
June 27th is PTSD Awareness Day. NMFA is shedding light on what it is, as well as resources that could assist you if you or a family member lives with PTSD.
This month we’re celebrating our service members, spouses and children within the LGBTQ+ community during Pride Month.
For those who are forced to live every day in remembrance, it’s not “Happy Memorial Day!” or “Thank you for your service” day.
Military Spouses – You Deserve Care, Too! So, this month, we hope you’ll check in with your mental health.
A running joke, at least in my circle, is the only people who remember it’s Military Spouse Appreciation Day are military spouses themselves.