Esposas Militares Hispanas USA (EMHUSA) is a non-profit, officially registered organization that has the voluntary work of its founder and president, Janet Sánchez, as well as several administrators committed to the Organization without any economic remuneration in return. The creation of EMHUSA, an important one, arises from the need to establish a link between the Armed Forces and its Hispanic community. At EMHUSA we are a source of information and support for our community.
Esposas Militares Hispanas USA began in December 2007 and since its inception we have been a great help to many of our military families in different ways. We work tirelessly on finding information and answers to all your concerns. We learn together from all the existing benefits and those that constantly arise for both the military and its dependents. There is a lot of information that is incumbent on us all as wives, children and other dependents that is unknown and therefore we, at EMHUSA, have given ourselves the task of finding it and putting it at your complete disposal.
Our commitment to you is an unshakable one if we do not have the answer we will seek and work until we find it.
We created the Military Brats by EMHUSA because we always saw groups for the military wives/spouses, but rarely for the Military Brats. The military wives/spouses share how they feel personally with their partner leaving, however with the rareness of military brat groups the kids do not have that same opportunity for when their parent(s) leaves. So, this group is a chance for all Military Brats (not just Hispanics) to express how they feel and deal with having a parent in the Military.
Thank you for supporting us and for being an essential part of this, your organization,
Esposas Militares Hispanas USA.
-Create awareness and provide information in Spanish/English to the military brats community about all aspects of military life: deployment, bullying, Scholarships, social media, sport, Jobs, etc.
-Refer and offer suggestions about Communities and Associations that help and provide support to Military Families in cases of emergency and stress.
-Provide a list of resources where military brats and their families can acquire information, which will be translated into Spanish, if needed.