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Support Groups for Military Families
Military Families of Children with Diabetes (MFCWD) was founded December 2000 to offer friendship and support to military families living with diabetes, whether they are newly diagnosed or well seasoned veterans. Monthly meetings are held at Madigan Army Medical Center (Tacoma, WA) and Naval Hospital Bremerton (Bremerton, WA). More information about meeting times (and our email lists for our [2 local and 1 international] groups) can be found on our website.
Direct links to subscribe to our email lists:
- Naval Hospital Bremerton families:
- Madigan Army Medical Center families:
- International online support group:
This MFCWD site is an international online support forum for military families of children with diabetes who are looking to connect with other military families living with diabetes. This forum serves as a natural extension of two physical support groups located in Bremerton and Tacoma, WA, for families all over the US and abroad who may not have access to local support groups. All branches of service, active duty and retired, and all types of diabetes are welcome. This forum allows us to discuss issues unique to military families, especially pertaining to diabetes and the military health care system (for example, what type of care is available at a new duty station, what supplies are covered, etc.).
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