Military Families

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Veterans and Military Families
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Peer-Reviewed Journal Article
Link, P. E., & Palinkas, L. A. (2013). Long-term trajectories and service needs for military families. Clinical Child & Family Psychology Review, 16(4), 376-393. doi:10.1007/s10567-013-0145-z Link and Palinkas’ research investigates the impact that military deployment and trauma have on family member relationships. Besides mental illness, families are also prone to other difficulties, such as struggles with relationships, which often result in divorce or domestic abuse.
This article will help me explore the various ways in which both military members and their family members are affected by deployment, mental illness, and other stressful situations. The
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Nonprofit Organization Website
Lone Survivor Foundation. (2014). Retrieved from http://lonesurvivorfoundation.org/
The goal of the Lone Survivor Foundation is to aid military members and their families who are facing difficulties adjusting after war. Founded in 2010 by former Navy Seal Marcus
Luttrell – whose story was told in the hit film Lone Survivor – the foundation has actively been working to provide the best care for service members and their families by building high quality
VETERANS AND MILITARY FAMILIES 3 facilities and providing unique and effective care. Knowing that families of service members are often damaged from long deployments, Luttrell has organized his program to provide specialized care for each participant. This is an impressive organization to showcase because of its focus on the whole family. This information will persuade my audience to join the foundation’s mission to repair and strengthen the bodies, minds, and interpersonal relationships of these military families. Peer-Reviewed Journal Article
Nash, W. P., & Litz, B. T. (2013). Moral injury: A mechanism for war-related psychological trauma in military family members. Clinical Child & Family Psychology Review,
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In addition, Dave Philips won the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting, and chose to document a family who is in the middle of the controversy.
Government, University, or Research Institution Website
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. (2014). PTSD: National Center for PTSD. Retrieved from http://www.ptsd.va.gov/about/index.asp The United States Department of Veterans Affairs is at the forefront of PTSD research and care. For 25 years, the department has been treating PTSD and educating others about the illness through the National Center for PTSD. Their mission is to provide the best care to their patients, continue to explore the science of the illness, and educate physicians and other care providers. The website provides information about PTSD, insight into their over 100 research projects, and information on where to inquire about and receive care. They are the primary source for PTSD information because of their world-renowned research, facilities, faculty, and
VETERANS AND MILITARY FAMILIES 5 experience. This mental illness is often associated with post-deployment military service members and their families; thus it will help strengthen my argument about their
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