Posts Tagged 'PTSD'

O.P. VetFest V

The goal of O.P. VetFest is introduce Veterans to services and avenues to pursue their post-military passion in order to ease their emotional transition back into civilian life. The day is filled with countless organizations and veteran and patriot owned businesses that support Veterans, live veteran music, raffle prizes, door prizes and more! In 2021, O.P. Veteran celebrates 5 years of building connection through O.P. VetFest!

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Veteran Entrepreneurship: Stories of Veteran Business and Post Traumatic Stress (Online Event)

The Library of Congress Veterans History Project is conducting a free webinar on the subject of veteran entrepreneurship and running a business while managing symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress.  There are an excellent panel of speakers, including veteran business owners and experts in veteran entrepreneurship from both the government and nonprofit sectors, ready to help vets interested in starting their own business. Speakers include:

 

  • Matthew Pavelek – President and CEO of the National Veteran Owned Business Association and Executive Editor of ...
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Overton Brooks VA Medical Center Mental Health Summit

Meeting the mental health care needs of Veterans and their families is among one of the highest priorities for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). While VA continues to expand mental health resources to meet the needs of Veterans, truly Veteran-centric, recovery-oriented care requires active collaboration and coordination with partners in the community. Through collaboration, VA can promote awareness and utilization of VA mental health resources, help Veterans gain access to community services, and build healthy communities for Veterans and ...

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Austin VA Community Mental Health Summit

Hosted by Austin Community College Eastview Campus at the Multipurpose Hall (Building 8500)

The first Austin VA Community Mental Health Summit. The theme this year is #BeThereAustin- Joining Together to Enhance the Lives of our Veterans, Service Members, and their Families. We NEED your expertise and creativity as we look to create next steps that we can take as a community toward this end.

This year, the Central Texas VA Health Care System will be partnering with the Austin Mayor’s Office to ...

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