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4-H Military Partnerships

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Do Youth Development Programs Matter? An Examination of Transitions and Well-Being Among Military Youth


Military Families and Adolescent Well-Being


The Military Family Research Institute at Purdue University


Operation: Military Kids Service Member Survey Final Report


Operation: Military Kids Spouse of Service member Survey Report


REACH - Supporting Military Families Through Research and Outreach

Military REACH Lab at the University of Minnesota (https://reachmilitaryfamilies.umn.edu/) utilizes a multidisciplinary approach as it integrates both research and outreach to support those who work with and on behalf of military families.



Reintegration Study - Coming Home: The Experiences and Implications of Reintegration

Virginia Tech conducted a reintegration study last year with the intent to better understand the processes and needs of families during reintegration. Having a better understanding of the reintegration process for military families will help to increase their resiliency and family functioning through developing and implementing more effective formal supports. A copy of the final revised report is available on the 4-H Military Partnerships website at http://www.4-hmiitarypartnerships.org. You may download it from the home page. Click here for the Webinar PowerPoint presentation. This research was funded through a partnership between U.S. Army Child, Youth and School Services and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA-2008-48661-04748).

The link to the Webinar, conducted on November 6, 2013 by Dr. Lydia Marek, is:



Tufts Study

The Positive Development of Youth: Comprehensive Findings from the 4-H Tufts Study of Positive Youth Development

Tufts Study Reports