Military kids are known for their resilience and ability to make friends quickly. The adjustment is easier if they can get involved with activities
Kid Connect helps military kids network with kids their own age at
other military bases. https://militarykidsconnect.dcoe.mil
The VA offers grants to help service members and veterans disabled during their military service. Three types of grants are available. The goal of all three grant programs is to provide a barrier-free living environment that offers a level of independent living for disabled service members and vets. Yearly adjustments to grants may be made based on construction costs.
For information on these grants go to
For information on home adaptations and links to organizations and volunteer groups that provide support for wounded warriors’ housing needs, go to the National Resource Directory at http://www.nrd.gov
An applicant can apply for a Dream Makers grant online—even before starting to look for a home or selecting a mortgage company. For more information on eligibility (including applicable medium income and contribution limits) and the application process, go to