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MarineParents.com, Inc., was founded nationally on January 21, 2003 to provide support, information, and services to Marines and their family members, and create opportunities for the public to support our troops through the organization's outreach programs. In over 17 years of service, Marine Parents has made a huge impact in support of Marines, military personnel, and their family members.
Family members are encouraged to support one another through activities and networking provided by the organization and guided by trained volunteers. Outreach to wounded, ill, and injured troops is volunteer-centered with in-person contact. Additional troop-support centered programs are designed to actively engage individuals and communities across the United States while maintaining the privacy of military personnel. All services are offered free to family members, Marines and military personnel.
We also have a Facebook group and page for those who would like to follow Marine Parents through social media:
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Warrior Support Team
MarineParents.com, Inc.® believes that the highest obligation and privilege of citizenship is that of ensuring that all men and women who have borne arms for our country are cared for and supported in an adequate manner upon their return to America and reintegration into society.
Recognizing the needs of recovering warriors are shifting, we expanded the scope of our longstanding outreach program, Purple Heart Hero Support™, to focus on the needs of all wounded, ill, and injured warriors and their family members, whether the wounds are visible or not.
With that in mind, our Warrior Support Team™ (WST) strives to provide resources and fellowship to wounded, ill, and injured troops and veterans, including those living with post-traumatic stress, as well as to provide resources and support to family members.
We also have a Facebook group and page for those who have a wounded, ill, or injured warrior or veteran so they can find resources to help their warrior through social media:
After the Corps
The mission of After the Corps (ATC) is to provide support, information, and services to post-9/11 Marines and their family members during transition into IRR, reintegration upon discharge, and as veterans.
We also have a Facebook group and page for those who have a Marine who has recently or will soon transition out of the Marine Corps:
Join Our Regions Groups
We have Official MarineParents.com groups for all 50 states, divided into 6 regions, to give a more regional Place to Connect & Share in a state-specific group for your family members. It's another way to bond with other Marine parents, family and friends. We encourage you to join your state group to meet up with other Marine families in your areas. Semper Family!