Gary L. Dick, Editor
In times of crisis, service members answer the call of duty, making the ultimate sacrifice for their country. When our military service members are called to defend our nation, the entire family system is affected. The families of deployed service members are also called on to serve and sacrifice for their country as they continually accept, adapt, and adjust to the changes that accompany the various stages of the deployment cycle.
Paula Domenici, PhD, Suzanne Best, PhD, Keith Armstrong LCSW
Often burdened with the financial, psychological, and logistic challenges of their child who served, military parents experience stress related to deployment and readjustment that may be overlooked or minimized.
Allen Rubin (Editor), Eugenia L. Weiss (Editor), Jose E. Coll (Editor)
The need has never been more crucial for community health providers, programs, and organizations to have access to training in addressing the unique behavioral health challenges facing our veterans, active duty military, and their families. Handbook of Military Social Work is edited by renowned leaders in the field, with contributions from social work professionals drawing from their wealth of experience working with veterans, active duty military, and their families.
The NASW Standards for Social Work Practice with Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families is a resource for social workers serving this population, including clinical social workers providing mental and behavioral health services, direct practitioners in social service agencies.
Veterans United Home Loans
For nearly 70 years, the VA loan program has helped U.S. service members and their families achieve the dream of home ownership. This publication takes service members and their families on an insider's journey into VA loans, from credit scores and interest rates to the unique opportunities and challenges of this program.
Oxford University Press
This publication introduces social workers and other helping professionals to the dynamic warrior culture of the U.S. military, and provides practitioners with the cultural competence necessary to successfully interact with members of this culture.
Social Work, the premier journal of the profession, is free for NASW members.
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