Strong military. Stronger families.
The strength of our military is legendary, but at the heart of our military is a strong family structure. Operation Family Caregiver helps create strong and healthy families by supporting the unsung heroes behind our heroes; the loving families and friends that care for them when they come home.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Operation Family Caregiver provides free and confidential support to the families of those who have served our nation since 9/11. We help the families of returning service members and veterans adjust to the “new normal” by coping more effectively with problems they never imagined. Our specially trained coaches help military families learn how to overcome the obstacles they face and to manage any challenges that might come along.
HOW IT WORKS
Our coaches work for local, community-based organizations, not the military, and will visit the caregiver’s home, or meet by phone/Skype, to customize a 16- to 24-week program that is unique to each family. Together, caregivers and their coaches develop strategies that can help them get through the tough times and make plans for how to manage over the long term. Get started now.
“Operation Family Caregiver provides me the tools to identify stress, create options for solutions, and provides support which allows me to solve problems. With the constant moves and frequent deployments that come with the military lifestyle, these tools allow me to maintain a positive attitude while caregiving.”
–Crystal, Navy Spouse
Caregivers who complete the program report being more satisfied with their lives, having fewer health issues, and being generally more prepared to take care of their families. Learn more about the science behind Operation Family Caregiver’s results.
SUPPORTING THE PROGRAM
Operation Family Caregiver is a program of the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving. Johnson & Johnson is committed to the wellness of service members, veterans, and their families and through its corporate contributions, proudly supports Operation Family Caregiver.