Don't grieve alone; 14,000 members and growing
With the increase in death of all manners in the Military, survivors need a place to come together and find comfort and people to relate to.
Some people say that when a military person dies, their entire family's life is changed drastically. Often forced to move off base, kids have to change schools and more all in under a year.
It's vital to understand you are not alone and there is a "family" of those who have and are going through it with you.
Latest Activity: Dec 18, 2015
TAPS is the 24/7 tragedy assistance resource for ANYONE who has suffered the loss of a military loved one, regardless of the relationship to the deceased or the circumstance of the death.
Founded out of tragedy in 1994, TAPS has established itself as the front line resource to the families and loved ones of our military men and women. TAPS provides comfort and care through comprehensive services and programs including peer based emotional support, case work assistance, connections to community-based care, and grief and trauma resources.
* it's important that I put this disclaimer here, sorry. I volunteer as a Peer Mentor with TAPS, I do not sit on their board or am paid by them for anything. I just strongly believe in what they do.…Continue
Started by Jo Pennington Jun 4, 2012.