October 2018: Domestic Violence Prevention, MilKids and More

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Domestic Violence Prevention Month
As a military community, we have a responsibility to keep each other safe, which means strengthening our own relationships and families and reaching out to others who might be in abusive situations. Learn about ways you can help make our community a safe, healthy place for everyone.
Learn More
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Master Your Transition With Extended Access
Separating service members and families now enjoy extended access to all Military OneSource services, tools and benefits for a full year after separation. Military OneSource is standing by with confidential and flexible support on a wide range of topics and resources.
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Bullying Prevention Awareness Month
Bullying is more common than you think, and it can take many forms, from mean words to physical aggression. Raise your MilParent Power by reading how caring adults can stop bullying behavior.
Stop Bullying
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Click for Homework Help
Did you know the MWR Digital Library offers free online tutoring for eligible military kids? Instructors are available 24/7 in a secure online classroom for tutoring and homework help. Our experts can help your student achieve school success.
Get Help With Schoolwork

Disability Employment Awareness Month
The Department of Veterans Affairs offers many employment services for veterans with disabilities. Learn how they can help with job training, employment accommodations, resume development and job-seeking skills.

Did You Know?
EFMP ROC specialty consultants can conduct three-way calls between you and TRICARE health care and arrange warm hand-offs to installation family support staff or other experts to assist your family with special needs.

Master Your Leave and Earnings Statement
If you’re new to the military, take time to understand your monthly Leave and Earnings Statement, LES. Learn what those allotments, allowances and deductions mean, and use the LES to budget monthly expenses, plan future purchases and set savings goals.

Spouses: Consider a Cybersecurity Career
There’s a growing demand for cybersecurity professionals in both the defense and civilian communities. SECO can help MilSpouses take the first steps to join this exciting field. Learn more with the free Intelligence and Cybersecurity Coaching Package.
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Mark Your
Oct. 1, 2018
Anniversary of the Modern Commissary
Oct. 8, 2018
Columbus Day
Oct. 13, 2018
Navy Birthday
Founded 1775
Oct. 31, 2018

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MilLife Tips
Resilience tool helps couples
Love Every Day
Relax with a Chill Drill
Coping With Stress as a Military Couple
Oct. 17, 2018, 2 p.m. EDT

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Tax Tip
Tax law changes made by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will affect the 2018 returns of military families with dependents. Use the IRS Withholding Calculator to make sure you have the right amount of tax taken out of your pay.
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