Part of military cultural competence is being aware of important dates and holidays. Share this compendium of military and veteran holidays with partners who want to learn more about mil-vet culture.
In December, NVI launched the tenth and final course in our collaboration with PsychArmor Institute. While the courses are designed to be of interest to a great range of stakeholders, we've got some specific recommendations for collaborative leaders at differing stages of development...
NVI Local Partners Quiet Terrain LLC and DJD Art Foundation are collaborating with cross-sector partners to open a conversation about moral injury using the performing arts. We caught up with Dr. Lipana to learn how “Quiet Summons: A Healing Journey” came to be.
Collaborative leadership takes a unique skillset. Our PsychArmor courses are designed to empower community leaders with these skills.
Made possible by a nearly $5M gift from Craig Newmark Philanthropies, the Local Partner Self-Assessment Tool is part of an initiative to use community-based solutions to address veteran challenges
Dr. Brené Brown leads her team in writing “permission slips” that let them get vulnerable in their work together. Here are eight permission slips tailored for collaborative leaders.
This is the first year that a recruit born after 9/11 can serve without a parent’s signature. These 18 statistics and stories show how the enduring nature of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan has shaped a generation of veterans.
During the two months between September 11 and November 11, the nation will have its eyes trained on the work you do all year long. With the media lens focused on veteran issues, it’s important to have your communications ready to go.
Is the way veteran-serving organizations talk about their work alienating—or even disempowering—the very people we’re all working to help?
Part of designing a positive user experience is perspective-taking. We’re inviting you to join us on an emotional rollercoaster full of anticipation, promise, disappointment, and resilience. Welcome to the life of one transitioning veteran.