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.
In our work with veterans, we frequently create similar islands with an abundance of support and self-contained pockets of success, but no navigable paths between these islands of hope and no map for our clients to follow. This blog examines how using an ecosystem approach can improve community ability to serve and integrate veterans.
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.
We launched two new courses this week in partnership with PsychArmor! Here are three ideas for how to use them.
The second part in a two-part blog shares resources that collaboratives can explore in developing a strategy to serve veteran families as a whole.
Elisha Harig-Blaine of the National League of Cities (NLC) illustrates the value of local civic leadership as stakeholders in veteran issues, and explains what NLC and NVI are doing together to increase civic engagement and improve outcomes for veterans.
The first part of a two-part blog shares what one former military child learned about the military lifestyle...after the family’s transition to civilian life.
These three best-in-class organizations contribute subject matter expertise, convening authority, and significant resources to our local partners as they mature.
Our latest Ecosystem Data update was published last week, and represented the responses of 74 collaboratives in the NVI local partner network. Aside from sharing on our website, here's what we're doing with what we learned...
Turn your boring desk lunch into an a-ha moment with these four TED talks that are perfect for collaborative leaders.