The Military Special Operations Family Collaborative (MSOF) is a dynamic organization working to connect and support families across the Special Operations community with precise, data-informed resources.
SPECIAL OPERATIONS FAMILY MEMBERS
Each Special Operations mission is unique, but the family impact is distinct and consistent across our community.
A connected and collaborative effort is necessary to support and enable Special Operations families to live more connected lives.
RESEARCHERS & ACADEMIC GROUPS
We collaborate to understand family challenges. We connect with
researchers and thought leaders
to help shape resources characterized
by evidence and best practices.
We work to broaden support, understanding, and respect for
military families and those who serve. Your support expands community resources and opportunities essential to family well-being.
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"MSOF fills an overdue and needed gap for SOF spouses, offering a future with easy-to-find and trusted resources to help navigate this unpredictable lifestyle at an individual’s leisure."
Amy, SOF Spouse, 24 years
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