Military Family Community Support

  • These Community Resource support programs and services are available to members of US military families including military service members, their family members and retirees. Each resource is designed so you can quickly read its contents for resources that fit your needs. Click on the link for additional information including websites, email addresses, and phone numbers to connect with the contact for the resource of your choice. 

JBLM Resources

  • For the latest up to date information on JBLM, please click on the link: JBLM Homesite 

    Digital Garrison App-See the source image Digital Garrison, an Army enterprise mobile app, is now available. The app puts real-time information into Soldiers’, Families’, and civilians’ hands and keeps military communities connected, a key part of readiness and resiliency. 

    Are you new to the area? Come check out our wonderful Military Community Resource Guide, the site list programs and services to service members including DoD civilian personnel and retirees. 

    Sometimes strength means asking for help. Military OneSource connects you – or immediate family members – to that needed help, whether it involves spouse education and career opportunities, matters specific to families with special needs, financial and tax counseling or other important issues. Military OneSource offers a call center and online support to connect you to the program or professional to make sure that you receive the assistance you need. Check out the website at: Military One Source

    Madigan's School-Based Health System is now providing health promotion, primary care, and behavioral health screening services for TRICARE Prime beneficiary military students in grades 9-12. This benefit is in addition to services provided at the Madigan clinics! This resource is currently unavailable due to COVID. For more information, please click on the link River Ridge Health Based Clinic

    The Military and Family Life Counseling (MFLC) Program provides confidential non-medical counseling to the Military community. These short-term, solution focused sessions can assist with issues such as managing stress, parenting, difficulty adjusting to new changes or life events, and improving home or work relationships. For more information on JBLM MFLCs, please click on the link: JBLM MFLCs

North Thurston County Resources

  • Are you interested in a Door to Store Program? Street Feed? AHP Transportation? Look no further. A Hero's Promise has improved their support services for our military families in this time of COVID-19. Click here: A Hero's Promise  or  at A Hero's Promise Facebook to learn more about the services and resources.

    The Lacey Veterans Service Hub is a one stop shop for the needs of veterans and their families in Thurston County. To see the list of services they provide, click on Lacey Veterans Service Hub.  

    Veterans looking for high quality, accessible care regardless of discharge status. Low cost co-payments for therapy for depression, anxiety, PTSD, marriage counseling, children's behavioral issues and much more, please check out their webpage at: Steven Cohen Clinic
     to find a location near you. 

    Fee Assistance and Respite Care for Military and DOD Families. If you need a little assistance in Day Care or Respite Care, Please click on this link for more information: Child Care Aware.

    A place for NTPS families & students in need to find help and other resources, The Family and Resource Center is the one stop shop! FYR CTR information   

    True North Student Assistance and Treatment Services provides comprehensive behavioral health services to school-aged students. True North is certified by the Department of Health as a provider for outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment services. Please click here True North for more information on the services.