Children’s mental health is a national crisis. For children in military and veteran families, mental health challenges are exacerbated by: frequent moves, deployments, access to care, and other service-related stressors. The Bob Woodruff Foundation pledged a $1M investment in military children’s mental health to ensure families can access mental health care, community support, and additional resources to help children thrive.
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Children in military and veteran families, face mental health challenges compounded by frequent moves, deployments, and barriers to care.