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Moving Forward

Average: 3.4 (52 votes)

Moving Forward provides on-the-go tools and teaches problem solving skills to overcome obstacles and deal with stress. The app is designed for Veterans and Service members, but is useful for anyone with stressful problems. It is especially helpful in managing challenges such as: returning to civilian life, balancing school and family life, financial difficulties, relationship problems, difficult career decisions, and coping with physical injuries. It may be used alone or in combination with the Moving Forward online course.

The Moving Forward mobile app and online course were developed by the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense.

  • Moving Forward Home Screen
  • Moving Forward Stop Screen
  • Moving Forward Learn Screen
  • Moving Forward Quiz Screen

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Veterans: 877-470-5947
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