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Thank you for your willingness to give an hour of your time to provide critical mental health services to U.S. troops and their family members.
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Give an Hour and the National Military Family Association, with the support of United Health Foundation, have teamed up to ease spouses’ transitions from graduate school through licensure to jobs in behavioral health. Learn more at www.JoinMilSpouseNetwork.org
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Give an Hour has developed three modules so that volunteer providers are able to successfully serve veterans seeking their assistance. Two modules offer APA and NASW CE.
Give An Hour has pulled resources around several areas of interest. Read through them to earn your badge. Some course work meets CE criteria. Videos, articles and online resources are available for free.
Give an Hour's Army National Guard and Reserve Program will increase awareness of Give an Hour services and work with local communities to create a comprehensive system of care for ARNG and reserve families.
In the interest of the highest quality, most compassionate health care for our Nation’s Veterans, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is providing a number of accredited training resources at no cost to all Veteran care providers. Click the course title hyperlink to learn more and to access the training resources:
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Free Continuing Education for Providers Who Treat Veterans.
To help you stay current on the latest developments in PTSD research and evidence-based PTSD treatments, the National Center for PTSD offers free Continuing Education courses.