USO Coffee Connections
Building community among military spouses
The average military spouse can move 8-12 times in the span of a 20-year military career, which often results in starting over in each location and dealing with the struggles of meeting new people and feeling a sense of community where they live. The USO has supported military spouses for many years and in 2016, launched a worldwide initiative focusing on programs to strengthen and empower military spouses by connecting them to their communities.
These monthly gatherings allow spouses to relax in a comfortable setting, share advice, learn about local events, and make new friends over a cup of coffee. Spouses are encouraged to come as they are or bring other military spouses with them to join in on the friendly conversation.
Up to 60 military spouses are invited to attend to discuss a variety of issues and topics important to them. USO NC offers in-person chats and virtual.
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