Military One Source Resources

24 Sep 2020

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Resources from Military OneSource.

Financial Resources Highlight – MWR Digital Library: Morningstar Investment Research Center Sharpen investing skills—or pick up new ones—using the “Investing Classroom.” Choose from more than 100 courses on stocks, funds, and portfolio building. Each course can be completed in about 10 minutes and includes a quiz at the end. Choose from the following: Stocks Curriculum,

Funds Curriculum, Portfolio Curriculum, Bond Curriculum


Free Financial Resources and Counseling Financial hardship is on the rise due to the coronavirus pandemic. You can assist service members and their family through free Military OneSource resources, such as financial counseling and emergency financial assistance.

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Starting Your Own Business as a Military Spouse

Did you miss it? A Spouse Education and Career Opportunities Program Career Coach spoke about branding, creating a business plan and more! Visit the link and scroll down to “All Videos” to find the recorded broadcast from September 10, 2020.


Join the Military Spouse Employment Program (MSEP) LinkedIn Discussions
Participants will need to have a LinkedIn profile and request approval to join the MSEP Spouse Group page at the following link: Members can join all group discussions hosted by the MSEP Spouse Group.


REkindle, REpair or REset Your Relationship

Every relationship could use help from time to time — and military life carries its own unique challenges. Whether you're a military couple looking to reinvigorate your bond, rebuild connections or retool your relationship skills – we're here to help and support. Find more information here:


New on Sesame Street for Military Families
Transitions in Health Care
Military families go through many transitions, especially when they PCS or move. To ease the stresses of military families’ related to health care transitions this Sesame Street program was created to support parents and children through the process. Learn some of the best ways to prepare for transitions between medical providers and how to involve children in the process - videos and interactive games with familiar Sesame Street friends and new ones. Visit


Digital Library Spotlight
BrainHQ is your online headquarters for working out your brain. Think of it as a personal gym, where you exercise your memory, attention, brain speed, people skills, intelligence and navigation instead of your abs, delts, and quads. Just as our bodies require care and exercise over the course of life, so do our brains—especially as we age. BrainHQ provides the exercise your brain needs to be at its sharpest.


Plan My Move Tool Has New Features

Plan My Move recently launched new features such as customizing checklist items, revisiting previously saved checklists and more, making it easier for service members and their families to organize their move online.

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Military Family Readiness Courses

New and seasoned family readiness service providers can take the recently improved MilFam 101 online courses. The self-paced, interactive courses complement existing Military Family Readiness System training. Plus, get tools for continued learning after completing the course. Learn more >>


Disaster Preparedness

September is National Preparedness Month. Get educational materials, emergency contacts and tips to help your service members, civilian employees, and overseas contractors and their families prepare for, respond to and recover from a disaster.

Get emergency preparedness resources >>


Suicide Prevention in the Military

Service members don't have to be diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder to be at risk for harming themselves. Suicide risk factors include significant life changes, stress or military life challenges. Further, the global pandemic has resulted in an associated increase in the suicide rate.


As a part of a service member's support network, you can make a difference by learning to recognize the potential signs and offering assistance.

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