SHOUT! aims to engage with women veterans and bring public awareness to the issues they face.

SHOUT! for Women Veterans is a unique initiative of Swords to Plowshares.


Showcase Your Art

Share your art with the community at SHOUT!
Call for Art

Showcase Your Art

“You think I didn’t serve in combat…what do you think the gun is for.” –Sergeant First Class Anne Dore. Currently active duty in the U.S. Army. Served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Share Your Story

Upload an photo of yourself from your time in the military and some words about your experience as a women veteran.
Share Your Story

Share Your Story

Give a SHOUT! Out

Thank a veteran for her service

Women are playing increasingly important roles in the military, but are still marginalized with different needs than their male peers. Give a “shout out” to thank the brave women who have served our country!
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Give a SHOUT Out

SHOUT! was inspired by the fact that art encourages expression and healing. This event helps us build a network of women veterans and supporters and to provide resources for women in need – many who have overcome issues like homelessness and post-traumatic stress.

SHOUT! explores the intersections of art, community, health and healing as we address these issues.

Shout! For Women Veterans Note that more veterans are coming to California than any other state -- with growing numbers of women veterans among them.Shout! For Women Veterans shared Swords to Plowshares's photo.11.21.2014 at 11:21 amLike
Shout! For Women Veterans Good morning Facebook friends, we are gearing up for our last Women Veteran’s Professional NetWork (WVPN) event of the year on Nov 15th. We look forward to seeing you and providing the essential resources needed to further your professional venture. The WVPN is a series of workshops designed to engage women veterans with career advancement opportunities and to create connections among women veteran professionals.10.21.2014 at 11:54 amLike
Shout! For Women Veterans October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month:

Not all veteran families experience domestic or inter-partner violence (DV and IPV), but the trauma of war and military service can easily come home. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and it’s an issue that is both pressing and timely with the recent attention to NFL players and family violence.
10.03.2014 at 10:30 amLike
Shout! For Women Veterans Get nerdy at the Hackathon! VetsinTech has an exciting day planned exclusively for women veterans at Facebook in Menlo Park.08.24.2014 at 10:36 amLike
Shout! For Women Veterans Swords to Plowshares is hosting a #webinar, “Legal Issues for Women Who Have Served,” on August 21, 2014 at 11:00AM (PST). We explore the challenges common to the experience of #women #veterans and their interaction with public support and the #legal system in #California.

For more information on this webinar and to register, please check out the link below:
08.19.2014 at 05:02 pmLike