Military Family Support at NTPS
Due to our current COVID-19 situation, we know many of you may have questions and concerns. The Military Support Team is here to provide you with the most up to date information and are ready to support or assist you with your individual needs.As we work to strengthen our partnership with JBLM, NTPS would like to introduce Carmen Lopez, to the position of NTPS Military Liaison and welcome back Adrienne Perez to the position of NTPS Family and Student Military Support. They are excited about facilitating outreach and advocacy between North Thurston Public Schools, Joint Base Lewis-McChord and the District’s military-connected families.
Although our office is closed during the summer, we will continue to check our emails and phone messages periodically and will respond within a reasonable time frame. Thank you for your patience.
Carmen LopezNTPS Military Liaison360-412-4407NTPS Family & Student Military Support
360-412-4408We are located at the Family & Youth Resource Center on:200 Sleater-Kinney Rd NE, Lacey WA 98516
LINKS FOR MILITARY FAMILIES
Military Families, communities, and Veterans are experiencing intense challenges during this global pandemic. To identify these pain polls, the Blue Star Family Organization launched the COVID-19 MILITARY FAMILIES PAIN POLL. The Pain Poll operates in real time allowing us to alert military, government, and nonprofit leaders to challenges as they arise in the weeks to come. To learn more about the Pain Poll or to take the survey, please go to the Blue Star Families Pain Poll page!
For the latest up to date Commissary, JBLM Closures, Madigan and JBLM Town Hall information check out the JBLM UPDATES page.
Looking for fun ways to stay fit and active? With the support and resources from JBLM MWR, DPFR and other community members during this difficult time of Quarantine you will feel more engaged and connected with JBLM. With virtual fun competitions and Trivia on JBLM, you may even get a chance to win prizes! Join in on the fun at: JBLM Resiliency Page
Need tutor help? Well look no further, tutor.com is a wonderful resource for military children to get help for FREE. Are your children looking for fun activities to do online, check out the Online Resources page. From Scholarships for students to military family online resources for parents.
A Hero's Promise is here to help you, learn about the resources on the Online Resources Pages under Community Partners check it out.
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.
Are you interested in services to include seminars, workshops, counseling and intervention to help strengthen the relationship of being military families? Check out the Family Advocacy Program through JBLM on the Online Resource page under Military Parent Resource.
Come check out wonderful Resiliency websites for military families during COVID-19. Click on here to see what resources are available: Resilience Resources for military Families
Are you new to the area? Come check out our wonderful Military Community Resource Guide, the site list programs and services to members of the US military communities including military service members, their family members, DoD civilian personnel and retirees.
Effective immediately, eligible Soldiers with dependent children in kindergarten through twelfth grade may receive up to $500 per family for supplies to support remote learning. Check out our JBLM Resilient Page for more information.