Resource Connection

Our data show that most military family respondents look for information online, wanting to connect with resources when and where it is most convenient for them as they work to balance the many demands of their busy military family lifestyle.

In keeping true to our vision, MFAN was able to connect thousands of families to vital information and resources through virtual programming in 2022. We facilitated many educational webinars and live events focused on issues that impact military family well-being like economic security, children’s education, PCS moves, and mental health.

Additionally, we continue to expand our online resource library – MilMap.

Featured 2022 Webinars

Fast-Tracking Military Spouse Careers

DoD’s Associate Director of Military Community Support Programs, Eddy Mentzer, shares resources that military spouses can use to help them enter the job market, learn new skills, or change careers.

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The Road to Wellness

Experts from the American Red Cross Military and Veteran Caregiver Network share mental health resources and services that can be used by your entire family.

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Keeping Your Back To School Cool

Our friends at Military Child Education Coalition and Exceptional Families of the Military help military families navigate the transition to a new environment during PCS and back-to-school seasons.

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Everything But The Kitchen $ink

Take control of your financial future with experts from Coast Guard Mutual Assistance, Military Officers Association of America, and the Association of Military Banks of America.

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Food Matters

How to stock your pantry, build a balanced plate, and avoid waste. Nutrition professionals teach you how to prepare nutritious meals and avoid food waste for your family.

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Additional Webinars

Find even more educational programs and virtual resources on our blog.

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Back to the 2022 Annual Report

Relationships forged. Insights gained. Community fostered. Explore MFAN’s impact on military and veteran families in 2022.

2022 Annual Report