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Military Families are part of North Carolina Communities. We have children in our schools, spouses, mothers, fathers and other Military Families in our workplaces, churches, and community organizations.
We have requests from the community to be a part of a project or initiative for supporting military in their area.
Throughout North Carolina we have Family Assistance Center Specialists, FACS, ready to assist you with your requests for support. This can be coordinated directly with a Family Programs Representative in your area or during a Military Veteran Partnership meeting.
 

 Partnership Program

 
NORTH CAROLINA MILITARY VETERAN PARTNERSHIP
NCMVP is a voluntary Military/community cooperative partnership organized to allow service providers to engage in multi-service networking to help connect Servicemembers and Families to local Military and/or community resources.
What are the Goals of NCMVP?
The primary goal of NCMVP is to strengthen Family assistance delivery systems especially in the event of mobilization, deployment, or natural disaster. NCMVP accomplishes this by leveraging the resources of all committee members. NCMVP encourages and provides ongoing training on a variety of topics, such as new Family Initiatives, Family Advocacy and Critical Incident Stress.
How is NCMVP  Structured?
NCMVP is a committee with shared leadership organized by regional areas. NCMVP meets on a bi-monthly basis and often rotates meeting locations.
How Can I Get Involved?
Participation is open to everyone who assists Service members and Families. Most NCMVP’s will function at a regional level. Call your local National Guard Family Programs office to attend an upcoming meeting. A list of facilities and personnel can be located on the Family Programs Contact page.
 

 Overseas Mail/Packages

 
The United States Post Office provides restrictions and guidelines for mailing packages to Servicemembers Overseas. Additionally, during the holiday season the Post Office publishes a chart with recommended deadlines for all types of mail to various APO/FPO addresses.