Comfort Kit Program For Military and Veteran Families Living in Texas
  • Active Duty or a Veteran currently residing in Texas

  • Experienced at least one deployment

  • Have at least one child age 6-12

*Verification Documentation is required

Complete the request form and select the type of Comfort Kit: WYATW Deployment, Together Again, TCOY Support for Kids of Injured Heroes, or the Memory Box for Grief. If approved, you will be shipped one full kit for a child age 6-12 and an additional journal and comfort plush for each sibling age 3-12.

If you are Active Duty or a Veteran currently residing in Texas, have gone through at least one deployment, AND have at least one child, YOU ARE IN THE RIGHT PLACE!

Complete the request form to receive one full Comfort Kit and sibling kits (additional journal and plush) for each additional child, The kit(s) will be shipped directly to your home. This comprehensive set of resources created for these four Comfort Kits focus on the unique needs of military families who are dealing with the effects of deployment, reintegration, visible and/or invisible injury, or loss.

WYATW! Dealing With Deployment TAGN! Helping Military Kids Reconnect
TCOY! Support for Kids of Injured Heroes Memory Box, Helping Military Children Handle Loss

A Comfort Kit includes:
  • An animated DVD
  • Family Guidebook
  • Journal
  • Plush Comfort Item
  • Note Card from Plush Animal
  • Additional items specific to type of kit
If you live in Texas and are requesting for a unit or group (10 or more Comfort Kits) please click on the Bulk Comfort Kit Option.

If you are NOT a Texas resident, please request your resources by clicking below.

This program is supported by a grant from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance. The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance provides grants to organizations serving veterans and their families.

Copyright © 2013 The Comfort Crew
1023 Springdale Rd., Bldg 13-B
Austin, TX 78721

The Comfort Crew is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. We are also supported by the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC#46891).