June 2019: Childcare Assistance, Summer Reading and More

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It’s Showtime! Sign Up for the MWR Summer Reading Program
It’s showtime at your library, thanks to the Department of Defense-MWR Summer Reading Program. Kids, teens and adults can sign up to enjoy reading and activities featuring all types of performance, from movies and theater to puppetry, dance and poetry.
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Get Help with Child Care Fees
When military child care on the installation is unavailable, the Department of Defense offers fee assistance known as Military Child Care in Your Neighborhood, or MCCYN. Fee assistance helps to decrease the cost of child care in the community.
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Stay Connected During Deployment
Staying connected is vital for keeping your relationships strong during deployment. From cards and care packages to email and video chats. Check out these communication tips to help you stay connected, strong and successful through every phase of deployment.
Stay Connected

June is PTSD Awareness Month

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, can occur after a dangerous and traumatic event such as combat. It is serious, but people with PTSD can recover with treatment. Learn to recognize the symptoms and how to help someone with PTSD.

Kick Off Your Summer with Free Passes
Spend the summer taking in culture and the outdoors with Blue Star Museums and America the Beautiful passes. Service members and their families get free access to more than 2,000 museums and 84 million acres of national parks.

Reach Your Career Goals with MyCAA Scholarship
The My Career Advancement Account Scholarship program provides up to $4,000 to eligible military spouses pursuing a license, certification or associate’s degree in portable career fields. Apply today to help fund your career dreams.

Life After Traumatic Brain Injury
If your spouse, or someone else you know, has suffered traumatic brain injury, or TBI, they may experience dizziness, memory problems, difficulty focusing, seizures and other symptoms. Learn about TBI and the resources available to support recovery.
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