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Ensuring that the families of our fallen Airmen are never forgotten
by providing immediate and long-term compassionate support.

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tabResources for Families of the Fallen  
Websites
GriefNet.org     

Helpguide.org  
NationalResourceDirectory.gov
GROWW.org

Counseling Sources
Military One Source     
Department of Veterans Affairs     
Military Treatment Facilities through TRICARE    

Support Groups/Organizations
Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors       
American Widow Project
Grief Share     
Compassionate Friends     
Men's Bereavement Network      
Air Craft Casualty Emotional Support Services       
The Dougy Center for Grieving Children and Families   
American Gold Star Mothers    
Gold Star Wives of America     
  
Education and Employment
Fisher House Foundation Scholarships for Military Children    
Pat Tillman Scholarship     
Folds of Honor Foundation       
USA Jobs     
Career One Stop      
tabFamily Support Network 
Air Force Family Support Network Newsletter Winter 2013
tabTAPS 
Tragedy Assistance Program for SurvivorsTragedy Assistance Program for Survivors

TAPS provides immediate and long-term emotional support, and healing to anyone grieving the death of a loved one who served in the military,  regardless of their relationship to the deceased or the circumstances of the death.

They provide a 24-hour help and information line: 1-800-959-8277, Military Survivor Seminars and Good Grief Camps for young survivors, peer mentors (also survivors), casualty case assistance to help solve problems, TAPS Online Community www.taps.org, grief/trauma information and resources and quarterly military survivor magazines.

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Families of the Fallen Support Branch

Mailing Address:
AFPC/DPFFS
AF Families Forever
550 C Street West, Ste. 37
JBSA-Randolph AFB, TX 78150-4713

Phone Numbers:
866-299-0596
210-565-1983
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tabSurvivor Benefits
Survivor Benefit Guide
 
Survivor Benefits
A Casualty Assistance Representative
will assist you with information and
necessary paperwork. For important
information on Survivor Benefits
please consult the DOD Guide.

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