More than 30 free online sessions that help health care professionals address the challenges faced by Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families.VIEW MORE INFO +
Serving Those Who Have Served: Practical Approaches to Addressing the Invisible Wounds of War in Service Members and Post 9/11 Veterans
On-demand trainings that help first responders and other health care professionals identify and address invisible wounds of war in service members and veterans. Find resources and insights about treatments for individuals who suffer from a variety of invisible wounds. This includes substance use, suicide risk and much more.
These free, flexible courses run several times per year. Each course allows you to complete assignments whenever your practice schedule allows. Content is fully accessible via desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet so you can participate from your home, office or anywhere else.VIEW MORE INFO +
An interactive course on how to use motivational interviewing to help individuals get the treatment they need. It includes videos, an array of resources and a discussion board to dialogue with colleagues and faculty.REGISTER NOW
John M. Rodolico, PhD; Joji Suzuki, MD;
Paula K. Rauch, MD
Next course begins on January 9, 2017
Theater of War
We partner with several organizations on a national tour to engage communities in powerful discussions about visible and invisible wounds of war. These events mobilize citizens and resources to help improve the lives of service members, veterans and their families.VIEW MORE INFO +
Over two years, this national tour staged 50 events in 25 communities across the country with military populations. It educated more than 5,200 citizens on how to best support service members, veterans, their families, and their communities.
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