EveryMind hosted a panel presentation and discussion by representatives and elected officials from Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC on the Commander John Scott Hannon Veterans Mental Health Care Improvement Act of 2019 and the many legislative and community initiatives signed into law on January 5th to prevent Veteran Suicide and increase access to community mental health supports for our military-connected families.
Have you always wanted to try the guitar, or are you looking for tips to improve your technique? Musicians of all skill levels are invited to participate in an eight-week series of virtual lessons. These teleworkshops will take place Tuesday evenings, and are FREE to Veterans, Servicemembers, military family members, and military caregivers.
Please join EveryMind for a panel presentation and discussion by representatives and elected officials from Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC on the Commander John Scott Hannon Veterans Mental Health Care Improvement Act of 2019 to prevent Veteran Suicide and increase access to community mental health supports for our military-connected families.
Join America's Warrior Partnership for February's Battle Rhythm on Bridging the Gap Between Military and Civilian Healthcare. February 1 from 2 - 3 pm.
TAPS has published a peer-reviewed article in the field-leading scholarly journal Death Studies. Read “TAPS Suicide Postvention Model: A Comprehensive Framework of Healing and Growth" to learn about our three-phase approach to care that is beneficial to both survivors and providers in the aftermath of a death by suicide. This document is the culmination of a more than decade of care to thousands of survivors of military and veteran suicide loss.
Hiring Our Heroes, in collaboration with the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University, and in partnership with Starbucks, and the support of the Starbucks Foundation, is excited to present the key findings from the 2020 Military Spouse Employment and Wellbeing Survey during their Reclaiming a Sense of Self through Employment event at 1 p.m. ET on February 4.
Are you looking for a new job, career path, or opportunity? One way to help develop and improve your skill set, stay on top of latest industry trends, keep a pulse on the job market and meet prospective employers and mentors is to network. Join this PAVE Connect session to learn tips for success in networking with Employment Analyst and retired Army Veteran, Rodney Lee.
Virtual Job Fair brought to you by the Loudoun Workforce Resource Center on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Virtually meet employers with open positions. Featuring employers with full-time, part-time and flex-schedule job openings in Loudoun County and the region.
This webinar will provide an overview of emerging best practices and systems of support for justice-involved Veterans from the “front end” or initial point of contact with first responders to the point of reentry and readjustment with support from systems, programs, and peers. A presentation from Sean Clark, national director of Veterans Justice Programs within the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), will discuss the comprehensive and preventative approach and initiatives of both the Veteran’s Justice Outreach program serving Veterans interfacing at the first intercept of the criminal justice system and programs targeting re-entry into communities after long-term incarceration.
Join the Hylton Performing Art Center for this smartphone photography course exploring the techniques, tricks, and tips to make beautiful photos. By using all features and controls of the smartphone camera, you will gain a greater understanding of various light situations and compositions. This workshop series is FREE and open to Veterans, Servicemembers, military family members, and military caregivers above the age of 18.