Posts Tagged Youth support
By Elaine Wilson, AFPS
Aug. 31, 2009
I’ll be traveling to Chicago later today to blog about the Defense Department’s first joint family readiness conference in nearly a decade.
About 1,500 helping professionals from every military service as well as active-duty and reserve components are expected to attend. Attendees work in a variety of areas including family support, children and youth, psychological health, health care, education and the chaplaincy.
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