"2004 - A New Era , New Beginnings" Military Families PO Box 3392 Palm Beach,Florida 33480 Http://www.adusa.com Fax 1 775 640 6558 Phone 1 561 840 8644 Site Created 3/19/03 RESOURCES Modestneeds.org can help with bills,car repairs etc. "Operation Komando" JOBS FOR RETURNING VETS HELMETS FOR HARD HATS ADDITIONAL SOURCES OF HELP TO CHECK NOW Asbestos Exposure illness My Health Vet Mesothelioma Mesothelioma Resource National Center for PTSD Jobs for X-Military and Spouses Wounded Warriors Veterans Directory Salute Americas Heroes Veterans K-9 Corps Service Dogs for Americas Heroes Ipads for Troops We Are One 365 Help Family travel to visit wounded soldier Support Our Military Heroes Night Out More Family Help Resources Assistance to Military Families Our Military Kids Armed Forces Relief Trust Modest Needs Help.Com Military quick approval loans Social Network to help with your needs Calling Cards for the Troops Emergency Relief Army Emergency Relief Advance Military Pay Loans Omni Financial Family Help Reserve Family Help Nat. Guard Family Help Paralyzed Veterans of America Any Soldier Delivers Forgotten Soldiers Outreach, Inc. Wounded Soldiers and USO USATogether.org SoldiersAngels.org Heroes to Hometowns org Food Pantries Ending Hunger Feed the chidren Help for Getting food Job-Applications.com - Armed Forces Jobs Care Packages Care Packages to Troops Family Care Date HookUp Benefits Strength.org Food for Children Modest Needs.org Help with some bills. Armed Forces Relief Trust Help needy Families College Programs Funds for Vets & Family Click This Text Line Now VA Loans Info Mortgage Expertise National Military Assoc. Sources of help Resources & Financial Aid for Military Families Resources & Financial Aid for Military Families National Military Family Assoc. Helping solve problems that affect families. Military Support Organizations Help with Moves Eviction-Soldiers & Sailors Civil Relief Act Help with Eviction Eviction- When a Military family is faced with eviction of a deployed military person. First contact the unit commander of that individual for help,second check rights under the Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act. (SSCRA) To receive toys from Toys For Tots - 1. Visit www.toysfortots.org 2. Go to "Find a Local Campaign Office" 3. Select your state - click "go" The names of local TFT Coordinators will appear 4. Select the TFT Coordinator nearest you 5. Contact by phone, FAX, email Recommend you use email Click the hypertext email address An email form will appear Fill out the form by providing your name, phone number and address. Provide the ages and gender of the children and request that toys be provided for them. The Coordinator will then contact you for more information to help. Thank you! TFT Team firstname.lastname@example.org www.toysfortots.org Lenny & Larry's "If you're a member of New Beginnings or a military family, please visit Lenny & Larry's at www.lennylarry.com. Email us your story, so we can figure out a way to help you. We salute the brave members of our armed forces." Email Lenny & Larry's Info Click Do enter your zip code This is a program that has come to our attention that could with a little effort create a steady income for a participating party. It would be ideal for military housewives that are taking care of the home front. There is a cost to start but ask Joe McHenry for a entry consideration to get you started. Visit the site here Click here Be sure to ask questions before committing to any work at home Program ANGEL TREE PROGRAM - Toys for Children Run by Salvation Army-Register Your Children at one of their Stores or Facilities.Check Local Listings for closest in your area Themurraygreyfoundation.org is offering a program Contact : Dave Walsh Dave@themurraygreyfoundation.org ADDITIONAL SPECIALIZED HELP RESOURCES: Some entities depending on locality have services with food and toys. Check YMCA, Community Services, Ask Local TV and Radio Stations if programs are available, Check with Religious Organizations, Ask Base Commander. Base Guides Base Guide all Services Ft. Lewis, Wash Resource Guide Guide Ft. Lewis source Here is a website for anyone near Joint Base Lewis McCord in Washington state. This program offers military dependents the ability to go shopping for their kids for Christmas at their shop. They also can hook you up with ACS- Army Community Service to get help in the food arena for the holidays. They will do utmost to help anyone in true need. Source for Ft. Lewis area help <- Click Here Ft. Campbell, Ky Resource Guide Guide Airman & Family Readiness Center (Sheppard AFB) New steps to apply for emergency assitance through the Air Force Aid Society: Register online at the following link: https://my.afas.org/memberportal/Login/Login.aspx After completing the online application, call the A&FRC for an appointment at (940) 676-4358 Air Force Aid Society - Eagle my.afas.org If you are an active duty Air Force member, spouse of an active duty Air Force member, a Retiree, or a Widow/Widower and are within 50 miles of an Air Force installation, you may apply for Air Force Aid Society assistance using this online application. Help for those in the SanDiego, California Area There's an organization in San Diego called Military Outreach Ministries that might be able to help. For additional resource info, there is an Armed Services YMCA located at Camp Pendleton find out about free programs of all kinds that might help you. The SD Armed Services YMCA has many free services, including a Christmas toy drive you can register for during the holidays to receive free toys. Call the office at 858-751-5755 and find out about all the services. There is also an In-Home Crisis Counseling program to help out when there are specific problems. Please call me at the Armed Services YMCA in San Diego at 858-751-5755, ext. 103. The SD Food Bank has pick-up points for food. Let me know and I will research the info for you. We may be able to help. I will check to find out. Teri in San Diego Transcontinental Management/Spirit of Sharing (SpiritofSharing.org) Contact me Jaime Gilliam @ 760 439-8611 or email me JaimeG@TransConMgt.com We are located in Oceanside, Ca. Helping Marines. More Specific Help Resources That is a really nice thing that you are doing for the families. I am a staff member of the Army Reserve Family Programs. We have a lot of access and such to resources for families. There are a lot of resources like AER [Army Emergency Relief], American Legion, and VFW ... to name a few. Also, placed geographically within the US and other misc.territories, there are staff members like myself who could also assist the families. If you are interested in the listing of such staff .log into www.arfp.org and follow links to direct you to the map out of all the staff. We are interested in learning of other programs and such ... and try to network with them when possible. Again, thank you for your service to those uniquely serving us ~ MS DENISE A LESLIE Mobilization Deployment Assistant Army Reserve Family Programs Contractor (SERCO) Phone (724) 287-5687/(800) 453-9269 FAX: (724) 287-0733 email@example.com Nationwide Food Pantries Source of Body Armor Sponsor Request for Assistance See The Family Requests Our Men & Women In Harms Way Copyright Website by R Mealey @ Adusa.com All rights reserved.