Veteran Family Journal Thinkstock Share: Veteran Family Journal The Veteran Family Journal is a tool designed to assist the medically releasing CAF members, medically released Veterans and their families make a successful transition from military life to civilian life. The Journal is unique to each family because it is a source of information as well as a place to keep personal notes, contact information and reference materials you can rely on as you transition from CAF member to Veteran status. Forms Checklists Guides Personal Information Medical Release Checklist Family Guide to the Military Experience Service Providers Your Pension Roadmap Caring for Your Own Home Services The Guide Important Information Veteran Family Journal Medication Log Veteran Family Program Lexicon Family Care Plan Caregiver Identification You may print these PDFs, make copies and/or share them as needed with your healthcare professionals, caregivers or others who support you. Important Contact Information Easing Your Transition Support is available to Veterans and their families throughout the challenging transition of releasing from the CAF. When Everything Else is Changing When it’s time to initiate release administrative requirements there are steps to take and people to turn to. Medical Release Checklist Process A working document for you to keep track of your personal release journey, information and resources. Continuing the Journey with You Information to guide caregivers, family members, serving members and Veterans during a medical transition from the CAF. Fostering Family Resilience Portals to information, available to your transitioning family, designed to meet specific needs. Journal Entries A working space to keep notes, thoughts, diagrams and lists to assist in your transition. Glossary of Acronyms Veteran Family Journal acronyms, or are common to transitioning from the CAF to civilian life. Veteran Family Program Lexicon Check out the Veteran Family Program Lexicon for definitions related to transitioning from the military to civilian life.