The Veteran Spouse Network provides a range of programming to help support military and veteran families as they serve, and both during and after transition. All programs are offered at no cost to participants and are continuously evaluated and improved to ensure they are effective and meeting the needs of those they aim to serve. Our current programs are listed below:
The Veteran Spouse Resiliency Group (V-SRG) aims to connect veteran spouses and committed partners to their communities by providing peer support groups. These groups offer a safe space to explore the unique experiences and challenges faced by veteran spouses. Read more.
In response to the uncertain times we are faced with as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, the Veteran Spouse Network launched the Virtual Social Club Program for military and veteran spouses, partners, caregivers, family members, and individuals divorced or widowed from a service member or veteran. This series of online meet-ups provides participants with a space to discuss topics that interest them, learn new skills and strategies, and create opportunities to connect and socialize. Read More.
The Veteran Family Transition (VFT) Program provides peer navigation and targeted support to transitioning spouses, committed partners, and couples, as well as post-service veteran spouses and partners. This program works with couples and families to identify their unique needs, and connect them with appropriate, vetted, services in their area. Read More.
Military Spouse Resiliency Group (M-SRG)
The Veteran Spouse Network is working to develop the Military Spouse Resiliency Group (M-SRG) program; a spin-off of the currently run Veteran Spouse Resiliency Group (V-SRG), designed specifically for active-duty spouses and partners. In order to create a truly spouse-focused program, we want to hear from active duty spouses and partners, and learn more about the types of peer support they would find most helpful. Read More.