Babies can cry up to six hours a day trying to tell their mothers or fathers they want something. From having a full diaper to feeling sick, infants have a very limited way of communicating.
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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month across the U.S. and on U.S. military installations around the globe.
The holiday season can be exciting and joyful, but it can also be tough for families impacted by separation or divorce. If you are a parent facing your first holiday season as a single parent, you may be feeling anxious, overwhelmed or concerned about how your children will cope. You are not alone.
Running into the gas station can turn into a shopping trip with little ones. It may seem less of a hassle to keep them in the car for 10 minutes, but talking to security forces, Family Advocacy and legal are a hassle in a situation that could have been avoided.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the Air Force and Army Family Advocacy programs are sponsoring a variety of events to help educate the community about intimate partner violence. There will be a variety of information tables available with free resources, self-defense seminars, AFN radio spots and outreach initiatives during October.
Low manning at the office, being in a foreign country or just another late night at work may be normal for some, but add them all together and the stress can become overwhelming.
The Air Force and Army Family Advocacy Programs teamed up to offer “Hands are for helping, not for hurting” curriculum across the KMC.
Until recently, the Family Advocacy Program’s domestic violence reporting system was unrestricted, a type of report that must be handled with the assistance of the military chain of command.