USO Transition 360 Alliance
Over the next four years, more than one million troops are expected to transition out of the military. That’s an average of nearly 700 per day. For these transitioning service members, whatever their age or stage in their career, the USO is building a roadmap to help them successfully navigate their journey.
The USO Transition 360 Alliance offers the critical programs and services our transitioning troops and their families need most as they pursue new career paths, develop plans beyond military life and work to strengthen their family and community networks.
The USO Transition 360 Alliance includes:
- Hire Heroes USA, which provides active duty and wounded, ill, or injured troops and their spouses with the tools, resources, and networking opportunities they need to meet their career goals.
RP/6 offers a unique concierge approach for service members and families to help them create action plans that ensure they are supported after military service. This methodology is effective via a coordinated network of public/private local and national resources who are connected through the ease of RP/6 delivery.
Stronger Families, helps military couples to reconnect and strengthen their relationships by establishing effective communication skills and building trust and hope.
Comfort Crew for Military Kids, supports military kids and teens as they overcome the obstacles of growing up in a military family and adjusting to their family transitioning out of the military.
The USO Transition 360 Alliance partners are selected by the USO because they have demonstrated a record of excellence in meeting the needs of troops and their families. Can you help our troops make the transition to civilian life by donating now?
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