Meg Thrall

Family Case Manager

Meg, a Colorado native, came to the military community through her marriage to a Special Forces soldier 16 years ago. Together, they have two children, now aged 13 and 11. Over the past 16 years, Meg has immersed herself in the military community, especially at the 10th Group Fort Carson, dedicating her time to supporting and assisting military families.

Meg has a passion for aiding those in need. She has pursued extensive training in childhood trauma, focusing on issues affecting military children. This specialized knowledge enhances her ability to understand and effectively support children and families dealing with trauma. One of Meg’s key contributions to 10th Group has been serving as the Care Team Leader. In this vital role, she prepares volunteers and supports families during times of tragedy or loss. As a Case Manager for AOAF, Meg continues her passion for helping children and families across the central region of the US.

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