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Advisory Committee Spotlight: Jerome Tennille on the Impact of the School for Volunteers

Advisory Committee Spotlight: Jerome Tennille on the Impact of the School for Volunteers

The PsychArmor Institute exists to support those who engage the military community – and that includes the more than 62 million Americans who volunteer each year. Thanks to the generosity of the Bob Woodruff Foundation, PsychArmor can offer FREE, on-demand courses specifically for volunteers. All PsychArmor courses are evidence-based, clinically informed, and developed by nationally recognized subject […]

Advisory Committee Spotlight: Jennifer Mackinday

Advisory Committee Spotlight: Jennifer Mackinday

May is #MonthoftheMilitaryCaregiver, but here at PsychArmor Institute, we are working every day to support military caregivers, veterans and their families. Thanks to the generosity of USAA, PsychArmor can offer more than a dozen FREE, on-demand courses specifically for caregivers. All PsychArmor courses are developed by nationally recognized subject matter experts to be evidence-based and […]

PsychArmor Institute and the Bob Woodruff Foundation Launch Free Online School to Help Volunteers Effectively Engage the Military Community

PsychArmor Institute and the Bob Woodruff Foundation Launch Free Online School to Help Volunteers Effectively Engage the Military Community

San Diego, CA – April 24, 2017 – Coinciding with National Volunteer Week, PsychArmor Institute and the Bob Woodruff Foundation are pleased to announce the launch of the free online School for Volunteers Who Support Veterans. With an initial offering of nine courses, the new school promises to be the leading educational resource for volunteer […]

PsychArmor Institute Takes on Suicide and Addiction during Day of Action

PsychArmor Institute Takes on Suicide and Addiction during Day of Action

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, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., April 7.  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.