A Twitter chat is like a meeting on Twitter; it has a specific discussion topic and a scheduled start time. Using the hashtag #MilCents at the end of each tweet, MFAN will ask questions to a group of financial experts.
Our 2019 Military Family Support Programming Survey, presented by Cerner, was our most comprehensive research effort yet.
MFAN is honored to represent military and veteran families worldwide by providing clear and actionable data that articulate the lived experiences of those we serve. This year, our respondents were more thoughtful and detailed in their responses than ever. It is important to our team that we glean as much as possible from what families shared. To do the data justice and get this critical information into the hands of decision makers during the COVID-19 pandemic, MFAN’s survey findings will be released in phases, followed by an in-person event in July during which all the findings will be discussed. This approach will allow us to continue to empower policymakers and leaders across the public and private sectors with data that is clear— not just at the national level, but at the local level, too. We are committed to making the information military and veteran families shared count.
This fall, we will culminate our efforts with a Solutions Summit, where we will work with the MFAN board of directors, advisory board, alumni, and partners who share our passion for improving the lives of military families to create cutting edge, practical solutions. These people and organizations, quite literally, provide the fuel for our organizational engine, and we could not do what we do without them.
Available now! We examine why it’s important for people to feel connected to their community and what happens when members of military families experience loneliness.Release 3
Available now! How does mental health affect military family members, what crisis resources do they have access to, and what role does telehealth play in mental wellness?Release 4
MFAN uses mixed methods to understand the experiences of military families. As in previous years, 2019 respondents mirror the active-duty force, including a strong representation of enlisted families.
MFAN is closely monitoring the COVID-19 crisis. We will provide updates to the data release and event plans, as needed.
To serve military families effectively, we must understand their lives and their needs. The best way to do that is through research. Learn about our research and how it is being used to support military families.