Offering a helping hand to new community members
So it’s happened again. You’re the new kid on the block. Sounds like you could use a helping hand and a friendly ear. Whether you need help checking in, need to print an important document, or aren’t sure if the barber shop is near the PX or in the same building, USO of North Carolina staff and volunteers can help point you in the right direction or allow you to use one of our computer labs.
Stories About This Program
When service members return from deployment, gaming is a fun, easily accessible tool for reconnecting and strengthening bonds with family.
USO North Carolina's Outdoor Adventure Team
The USO North Carolina’s Outdoor Adventure Team (OAT) program is based on the simple belief that military service members engaging togethe…
The USO North Carolina MilKid Programms provides events specifically geared towards current military kids. These programs build connections…
Helping military families bond through fun and learning
Spouse Reset Program
Empowering military spouses to tell their story
Warrior Reset Program
Leadership and resiliency training for service members
USO Coffee Connections
Building community among military spouses
Bob Hope legacy Reading Program
For more than six decades - from World War II through Vietnam to the Gulf War – Bob Hope traveled the world, visiting remote outposts and i…