5210 Healthy Military Children
5210 is a campaign to improve the health of military children and families, focusing on four healthy behaviors children should achieve each day - five or more servings of fruit and vegetables, two or fewer hours of recreational screen time, one or more ours of physical activity, and zero sweetened beverages.
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Beverage Guidance Panel Recommendations
Click here to discover the health benefits and costs of beverages from the Beverage Guidance Panel.
KidsHealth features age-specific health information for kids, teens, and parents. Topics range from how the body works, recipes, and injuries for kids, to body, mind, and fitness for teens and pregnancy, family life, and first aid for parents. Click here to see more.
Click here to view installation and state resources available to military families.
Military OneSource provides non-medical counseling and consultations, resources vetted by the Department of Defense, high-quality programs developed specifically for military members and families, and more. Categories include family and relationships, moving and housing, legal and finance, education and employment, health and wellness, recreation, travel and shopping, and service providers and leaders. Visit the Military OneSource website by clicking here.
MyPlate is a United States Department of Agriculture resource, helping families find the right mix of food and drinks to achieve a healthy eating style.
Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans
Learn about the benefits of physical activity and how to incorporate it into your family's daily routine with the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans from the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.
Specialized Training of Military Parents (STOMP)
STOMP is a program designed to empower military parents of children with disabilities. STOMP provides resources to parents, helping them be an advocate for their child. Click here for more information.
Trevor Romain Resiliency Program - Anchored4Life
The mission of the Trevor Romain Resiliency Program is to "provide proven resources and strategies to children so they can become resilient, confident, and resourceful, to create a better world for themselves and others." The Trevor Romain Company has teamed up with the United States Navy to offer transition and resiliency training to Navy youth. Click here for more information.