Pamela Stokes Eggleston, a Founding Member and Development Director for Blue Star Families, a national nonprofit dedicated to supporting military families, shares what Blue Star Families is doing to help prevent military family suicides.
August 31, 2011 at 5:22 PM ET by Pamela Stokes Eggleston
The Federal Transit Administration has launched a new initiative to ensure that veterans and their families are able to find transportation to work, day care, medical appointments, and other important events in their day-to-day lives
First Lady Michelle Obama helped the "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" build a dazzling new shelter for homeless female veterans, and a house for the selfless Navy veteran who has dedicated her life to helping them
The First Lady sends a message to the White House email list, wishing them a Happy Independence Day and encouraging all Americans to honor our brave men and women in uniform by volunteering to give back to military families.
Inspired by the First Lady's Joining Forces campaign for military families, the Honor Cards aims to create an atmosphere of 'shared service' and a WWII sense of 'all give some' by encouraging Americans to perform service in honor of military families and veterans.
Providing women veterans and military spouses with job and career mentoring is important. Our economy will benefit from the leadership skills and workplace expertise these women have worked so hard to acquire.
The VA puts technology to work for vets - online and on your smartphone! The Department of Veterans Affairs is undergoing a remarkable transformation that has dramatically improved Veteran access to the services they have earned.