Living in the New Normal
At PFC, we believe that our servicemen and women have one of the most difficult and important jobs in the world. In an ongoing effort to recognize the service and sacrifice of our military personnel and their families, we are working hard to create opportunities and provide services for the military community. Children in military families face unique challenges and opportuntieis. Moving all over the world; changing schools; leaving friends and making new friends; and coping with separation from loved ones are just some of the uniques situations they must deal with. These events can be stressful and even traumatic, but here are resources available to help ease transition issues and foster resilience in these children.
- Government and Military Affairs Liasion: In January 2009 the Board of Directors established a unique staff position Government and Military Affairs Liasion to strengthen PFC's connection with the military, elected officials and governmental organizations.
- Cumberland County Schools Military Child Support Liasion: (910) - 678-7008 Serves as a liasion between the school system and military families and as a conduit of information between the school system and military families.
- Fayetteville Cares: Offers military families and community members links to military and community programs that are devoted to serving our military and their families.