More than 200 veterans, educators, students, behavioral health providers and faith-based caregivers attended our Moral Injury and Veterans Symposium to share both perspectives and personal narratives, and help others to become culturally and trauma-informed advocates for veterans.
Active duty military personnel “volunteered” in secret research experiments for toxic substance at Edgwood. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the veteran plaintiffs to have access to information and care.
The expansion of VA homeless programs has played an important role to prevent and end veteran homelessness, but there are challenges that remain. Veteran homelessness signified our failures to provide strong support to our veterans.
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Now armed with an BS in Criminal Justice from Arizona State and a law degree from Santa Clara University School of Law, Devin Bissman is an Equal Justice Works Fellow at Swords to Plowshares to serve underrepresented veterans and help them procure benefits and care.
Cultural competency training is applicable to everyone, not just veterans, as it is geared to help recruiters, HR professionals and hiring managers attract, retain and develop both veterans and civilians.
We have partnered with a national retailer to place qualified veterans in entry-level management positions that are full-time (30+ hours/week), hourly-paid leadership positions with benefits and opportunity for growth.