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Redeployment


Reintegration services for both Airmen and families can include welcome home events  classes and workshops on reintegrating back into family, community, and workplace, non-clinical counseling and referral if necessary and continued outreach

Redeployment consultations are provided by A&FRC staff  for families at home station and for returning Airmen in the Area of Responsibility (AOR) by chaplain services  

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  • Services for families are typically provided in group settings; walk-in consultation  is also available
     
  • Topics such as managing expectations, adapting to change, and signs and symptoms of post-traumatic stress are discussed
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Introduction10/16/200925.57 KB962
Homecoming Predictions10/16/200923.38 KB1016
Reunion and the Single Member10/16/200932.12 KB970
Reunion and Marriage10/16/200933.78 KB1090
Children and Reunion10/16/200929.26 KB938
Reunion and the Single Parent10/16/200923.07 KB908
Reunion and Work10/16/200927.36 KB908
Successful Homecoming Tips10/16/200929.13 KB0
Conclusion10/16/200922.86 KB970

 

Resources


 

Coming Home: Adjustments for Military Families

Military families look forward to being together after a long deployment with many mixed emotions. Each family member will have different expectations. Every family situation is different. But, it is important to remember the needs and feelings of the returning family member, the adult at home and the children.


Homecoming after deployment: Tips for reunion

The following article deals with “Tips for the Reunion,” which when understood can possibly ease the transition of coming back from the theater to life in the U.S.A.

Homecomings often stressful for Families

News article from Air Force Times on dealing with homecomings.

How to prepare our children and stay involved in education during deployment

Booklet from the Military Child Education Coalition created to help parents and educators, support children during this potentially stressful time. Also discuss ways that parents and educators can work together to ensure that the education process stays on track during a deployment.

NMFA Coming Home After Deployment

Information and resources for military families about coming home after deployment

Operation Healthy Reunions

A first-of-its-kind program that provides education and helps to bust the stigma of mental health issues among soldiers, their families, and medical staff to ensure that a greater number of military families receive the prompt and high-quality care they deserve. In partnership with the leading military organizations, NMHA distributes educational materials on such topics as reuniting with your spouse and children, adjusting after war, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

USAA Coming Home From Deployment

Financial considerations when you come home from deployment

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