Region A Military Installations and Contacts

  1.  To use the entire map, click on the open square; in the open map you can click on a colored icon for contact information, or use the side list. You can also drag the map along on this page by placing the cursor on the map and moving the cursor when it becomes a hand.
  2. For the list of installations and contacts, click on the list icon at the top left.
  3. When the list opens, select the installation or contact you want; information opens in a new box.
  4. The map and list use Google Maps for you to get directions.

The map icons represent  military locations and the yellow stars are Parent Centers. The key above the maps shows how the icons are color coded by branch. Air Force is dark blue, Army is green, Marine Corps is red, Coast Guard is light blue and the Navy is battleship gray.

Map Key-dark blue is Air Force, green is Army, light blue is Coast Guard, Red is Marine Corps, gray is Navy
Map Icon Key

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Connecticut      Delaware      District of Columbia     Maine     Maryland     Massachusetts     New Hampshire

New Jersey     New York     Pennsylvania     Puerto Rico      Rhode Island     US Virgin Islands      Vermont  

Region C Military Installations and Contacts

The maps help you find military installations in your state, along with contact information for Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Family Support or School Liaison Office (SLO) staff in each location. For Coast Guard and National Guard locations, we have contacts for the Special Needs Program (SNP) and the Family Assistance Coordinators, respectively. Contacts who support Recruiter families are also included.

  1.  To use the entire map, click on the open square; in the open map you can click on a colored icon for contact information, or use the side list. You can also drag the map along on this page by placing the cursor on the map and moving the cursor when it becomes a hand.
  2. For the list of installations and contacts, click on the list icon at the top left.
  3. When the list opens, select the installation or contact you want; information opens in a new box.
  4. The map and list use Google Maps for you to get directions.

Download map information as a Word .docx:

Illinois     Indiana     Iowa     Kansas     Kentucky     Michigan     Minnesota     Missouri     Montana     Nebraska     North Dakota     Ohio     South Dakota     Wisconsin     West Virginia     Wyoming

 

Region D Military Installations and Contacts

The maps help you find military installations in your state, along with contact information for Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Family Support or School Liaison Office (SLO) staff in each location. For Coast Guard and National Guard locations, we have contacts for the Special Needs Program (SNP) and the Family Assistance Coordinators, respectively. Contacts who support Recruiter families are also included.

  1.  To use the entire map, click on the open square; in the open map you can click on a colored icon for contact information, or use the side list. You can also drag the map along on this page by placing the cursor on the map and moving the cursor when it becomes a hand.
  2. For the list of installations and contacts, click on the list icon at the top left.
  3. When the list opens, select the installation or contact you want; information opens in a new box.
  4. The map and list use Google Maps for you to get directions.

Download map information as a Word .docx:

Arizona     Alaska     California     Colorado          Hawaii     Idaho       New Mexico     Nevada     Oregon     PACIFIC BASIN     Utah     Washington

 

 

 

 

Region B Military Installations and Contacts

The maps help you find military installations in your state, along with contact information for Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) Family Support or School Liaison Office (SLO) staff in each location. For Coast Guard and National Guard locations, we have contacts for the Special Needs Program (SNP) and the Family Assistance Coordinators, respectively. Contacts who support Recruiter families are also included.

  1.  To use the entire map, click on the open square; in the open map you can click on a colored icon for contact information, or use the side list. You can also drag the map along on this page by placing the cursor on the map and moving the cursor when it becomes a hand.
  2. For the list of installations and contacts, click on the list icon at the top left.
  3. When the list opens, select the installation or contact you want; information opens in a new box.
  4. The map and list use Google Maps for you to get directions.

Download map information as a Word .docx:

Downloads are currently unavailable while we make updates. Email us at thebranch@wapave.org  and we’ll send you your state document.

Post-High School Transition Resource for Military Families-with handout

Parent Center staff who work with military-connected youth during their crucial high school years know how disruptive a move can be, particularly “re-doing” a transition IEP with new sources of State and local training, support, and services. Parent Centers have the contacts and information to help the youth and family move ahead.

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Contact an Ombudsman!

Want to connect with Navy families?  Contact an Ombudsman!

Ombudsmen are an amazing resource for Navy families, and they can provide very practical assistance to Parent Centers. How Navy Ombudsmen can help you:

  • Communicate with Navy families about your Parent Center’s services
  • Help invite families to trainings and workshops both on and off the installation (they use social media extensively and communicate frequently)

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Going to a Military Installation? Check Your ID

UPDATE June 2017: Current States whose non-enhanced State driver’s licenses or IDs are not accepted on military installations:

Oregon, Alaska, Oklahoma, Kentucky, South Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania Washington, Montana, Minnesota, Missouri and Maine are on the list of those States that do not comply with federal identification standards and whose IDs cannot be used to enter federal facilities, including military installations.

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April is the Month of the Military Child 2017

April is the Month of the Military Child! Care of our nation’s military children helps preserve our fighting forces, and helps bolster the health, security, and safety of our nation’s families within communities. Celebrate Month of the Military Child with us! Look for events around our nation to connect with those families who may need your assistance. For some ideas as to what is being done throughout our nation please visit Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) website.