Learn why user experience is an important consideration for your collaborative.
Center for a New American Security’s 2012 report, “Well After Service” (authored by our very own Nancy Berglass and Dr. Margaret Harrell) provides a clear definition and framework for understanding veteran wellness. Here’s how your community can use the Veteran Wellness Model to improve access to services and outcomes for veterans.
Learn about three thriving cross-sector collaborations serving Maine veterans: medical-legal partnership, a campaign to advance veteran employment, and a pro-bono legal clinic for service members and veterans.
At the 2018 Maine Military and Community Network Annual Conference, we learned a lot about the way Maine's veteran collaboratives work together. Here are three key takeaways that any collaborative can use, especially if they're considering a statewide convening.
Want to begin learning human-centered design? That’s great! Here’s some good news: There are plenty of design thinking and human-centered design resources available to you, totally free, on the web.
NVI is offering one registration and a $250 travel stipend per local partner community to attend the "Champions for Change" conference in LA October 16-18, 2018!
Want to learn more about resources for veteran collaboratives? View or download the slides from NVI's presentations at recent Community Veterans Engagement Board (CVEB) Networking Events.
Community: the word and concept are crucial to the work of helping Veterans reintegrate and supporting military families. But when you and I say “community,” are we saying the same thing?
The Collective Impact Forum (CIF) is a one-stop resource shop for all things Collective Impact. At once a community, a resource library, and a publication, collectiveimpactforum.org belongs in your “favorites.”
Check out the recap of our May 31st webinar featuring:
Hugo Lentze, Chair, Delaware Valley Veterans Consortium (Philadelphia, PA)
Nicole French, Clinical Director, Veterans Bridge Home, Piedmont Veterans Coalition (Charlotte, NC)
John Clancy, President & CEO, Tristate Veterans Community Alliance (Cincinnati, OH)
National Veterans Intermediary wants to recognize your community collaboration. To learn more, submit your information below.