PsychArmor Institute Partners with U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs

SAN DIEGO,  - PsychArmor Institute (PAI), a nationally recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit, is excited to announce its partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs as outlined in a recently signed memorandum of understanding between the two organizations.

“We are so proud to partner with the ultimate Veteran’s organization,” said PAI founder and CEO, Marjorie Morrison. “Our organizations share a vision of providing best-in-class resources to America’s veterans and the community supporting them. Together, we will leverage our individual strengths to collaborate on enhancements to the VA’s community educational material. ”

The only organization specifically servicing the veteran support community, PsychArmor Institute develops and delivers a wide range of more than 100 free online courses available on-demand. Course topics include “Invisible Wounds of War Overview”, “Veteran 101 – Military Culture”, “What Families can do about PTSD” and many more. Designed using a mix of simulations, animations and video, the courses are structured to fully engage the learner.

“This partnership will allow both our organizations to maximize the potential reach and impact of education resources,” Morrison added.

In addition to the collaboration, the new agreement gives PAI access to the extensive library of VA developed material to use in future course offerings. As noted in the MoU, all content produced under the terms of this agreement will be made publicly available at no charge.

“Ultimately, what this partnership does is enhance services to Veterans and their families to create a more cohesive, informed and effective community,” said Morrison.



About PsychArmor Institute

PsychArmor Institute is a national nonprofit that provides free education and support to all Americans who work with, live with, or care for military veterans and their families. PsychArmor recruits nationally recognized subject matter experts to create and deliver relevant online courses on issues related to veterans and their families. Our online training developers use engaging and interactive technology to deliver this critical information to the learner through a sophisticated learning management system. In addition, our “Helping you Help Veterans” support line provides continual assistance and vetted resources to civilians, ensuring they are armed with all the tools needed to effectively assist military veterans and their families. For more information about PsychArmor, follow us on FacebookTwitter (@PsychArmor), or visit


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