Military life can bring additional stress and emotional struggles for all of us. The USO offers a variety of programs and services to help ease that stress and encourage emotional wellness for service members and their dependents. Take advantage of center computers and wifi to stay connected to family and friends. Make new friends at one of our social events. Enjoy some downtime in the theater room or gaming room at Schofield Barracks. When traveling, our Honolulu and (brand new, soon to open) JBPHH facilities provide family rooms so you can relax and let the little ones burn some energy.
Staying connected during times of emotional stress is difficult, but important. That is why the USO and What to Expect are partnering for a sixth year to host baby showers for military moms-to-be around the globe. Heidi Murkoff, the best-selling author of the “What to Expect” book series hosts each event in conjunction with a local USO center. Combining traditional baby shower games with a Q&A session with Heidi, the showers provide a touch of home for moms-to-be who are often away from their families, friends and support networks during their pregnancies.
Operation Birthday cake
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United Through Reading Program
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When Americans complete their military service, the USO is there to support the transition back to civilian life. Those leaving the militar…