January 23, 2018
The PsychArmor Institute, a San Diego-based non-profit committed to bridging the military-civilian divide through free, online education courses, today announced plans to expand its offerings in its School for Military Veteran Caregivers and Families to include five new courses chosen by military and veteran caregivers themselves. According to a 2014 RAND study, there are 5.5 million veteran and military caregivers in the United States who often don’t have the support they need to care for their loved ones who are sick or injured.
August 3, 2017
The Defense Prevention Suicide Office signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with PsychArmor Institute in a united front to support those who work with, care for, or support members of the military community, including our nation’s Veterans. The MOU distinguishes that the Department of Defense and the Defense of Prevention Suicide Office will work collaboratively and strategically to better support Service members through PsychArmor’s courses.
PsychArmor Institute And The Bob Woodruff Foundation Launch Free Online School To Help Volunteers Effectively Engage The Military Community
April 24, 2017
PsychArmor Institute and the Bob Woodruff Foundation are pleased to announce the launch of the free online School for Volunteers Who Support Veterans. The new school promises to be the leading educational resource for volunteer organizations serving or working with veterans.
March 7, 2017
Former Department of Veteran Affairs Secretary, Robert McDonald and former member of the House of Representatives and current mental health advocate, Patrick Kennedy will be honored for their years of service, April 6 at the San Diego Air and Space Museum during the Second Annual PsychArmor Institute (PAI) Gala.
April 1, 2017
Suicide and addiction rates are critically high in military and veteran populations. To help address this problem, PsychArmor Institute will hold a day of action. This convening brings together thought leaders from government, academia and the private sector at the University of San Diego’s School of Leadership and Education Science to discuss solutions to this growing trend. This free event is limited to 200 individuals.