Family Resiliency Training

Fort Campbell: May 7-8

Hunter Airfield: May 29-30.

Breaking the Stigma video trailer

Breaking the Stigma
Video Trailer

Click here to see the entire Stigma video

If requesting a digital copy of the video, call 910-432-2491

Training Objectives

The purpose of this training is to provide information that will assist Soldiers.Family Members, and Leaders in their effort to reduce stigma and encourage help-seeking behavior.


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - (800)-273-8255 (TALK)

Safe Helpline - Sexual Assault Support for the DoD Community - (877) 995-5247 or text 55-247 (inside the U.S.) or text 202-470-5546 (outside the U.S.)

Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brian Injury (DCoE) - 966-1020 (24 hour outreach)

For more Resources click here.

For Family Members

The strength of our nation is our Army; the strength of our Army is our Soldiers; the strength of our Soldiers is our families.


Army Families

Mental Fitness Forum

This forum is designed to have 6-7 SME panel members to answer questions regarding mental health and fitness, from any of the following areas: Psychologist/Psychiatrist, AOS, Chaplain, Social Worker, MFLC, TRICARE, Red Cross, and community organizations to ensure as many options are given and questions as are answered.

FPMD is willing to schedule these classes to meet the needs of your unit or organization. For more information, please contact Family members Family Programs Management Division, (910) 432-9203 or 432-4103

Resiliency Training:

Oxygen for Your Relationship- USASOC Family Programs will sponsor six, two-day facilitator training sessions, with the purpose of building strong families in the organization through Oxygen for Your Relationships Facilitator Training. The Oxygen For Your Relationships seminar offers fresh perspective and vision for relationships. With practical tools and resources the dynamic and interactive Oxygen course offers couples the hope they need to stay strong and thrive in their marriage.

Spouses Support Group - War fatigue, PTSD, MTBI, and multiple deployments? Are any of these things affecting your family? FPMD will sponsor a Support Group (with qualified counselors/therapists, if requested) for spouses in need of strength and encouragement from the effects of war related issues.

Family poster


Special Operations Forces, Ft. Bragg now has its own Military & Family Life Consultants who are available to help Special Operators and their family members address:

»    Deployment/reintegration issues
»    Marriage and relationship issues
»    Parenting,sibling and family issues
»    Communication challenges
»    Stress and anxiety
»    Depression
»    Grief and loss
»    Daily life issues
»    More


Helpful Documents

Tips for parents

Tips for Parents

Supporting the child whose military parent is deploying. More....

Sleep Hygiene

Nothing is more frustrating than not being able to sleep. Tossing and turning. Your mind is racing, going over everything that happened today. Night noises keep you awake.  Stress is the number one cause of 80-90% of all primary insomnia.  Use below over a period of one month for improvement. More...

Children of Warriors Toolkit

Supportinig children and Families of active duty and deployed military personnel in the schools. More...