Expanding Partnerships & Resources To Improve The Lives Of Veterans & Their Family Members
Friday, August 29
New Federal Building, ground floor
90 Seventh Street, San Francisco
Contact: Dr. Jennifer Boyd 415 221-4810 x342, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring together organizations that serve Veterans, to strengthen partnerships between the VA and the community.
Enhance access to Mental Health and Homeless services for Veterans and their families in San Francisco and northern San Mateo counties.
So it would be great if you could spare $5, $10 or more. The top three teams can win up to $35K. craigconnects, founded by Craig Newmark of craigslist, is celebrating its two-year anniversary by partnering with The Rahr Foundation to honor veterans and military families in the Veterans Charity Challenge. They’re giving away $100,000 and hoping to raise more money than ever thought possible for these amazing causes.
Vet to Vet Roundtable Introduction & Discussion
Friday, November 16, 2012, 5–7 pm
401 Van Ness Avenue, Room 207
Meet Moe Armstrong (Vet to Vet founder) and Roy A. Brown (Vet to Vet National Deputy Director) and find out about Vet to Vet Peer Counseling Workshops and how to participate. Vet to Vet’s peer-facilitator training program teaches Veterans how to facilitate peer group sessions.The event on Friday the 16th at the Veterans Building leads into the 2-day workshop: Saturday November 17 and Sunday November 18 at Fort Miley/VA Medical Center. For more information contact Bob Hollis 415·479·5713, 415·990·0069
About Vet to Vet is an independent provider partnership program that utilizes peer-counseling to help Veterans in recovery. They are administered by Veterans who themselves have been consumers of VA mental-health services. They are a group of Veterans who promote awareness by developing activities that connect Veterans with the VA Veteran-based groups and the community. They provide a safe and supportive place for Veterans to share memories, challenges, and experiences with others—who understand from a personal perspective. No one better understands than those who have lived and continue to live with these experiences.