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A Celebration of Service Community Project
Working with City Year and other partners, we invited military leaders, conference attendees, and local students to roll up their sleeves to work side-by-side with veterans on a community project in Washington, D.C.
National Day of Training: Educating the Next Generation of Mental Health Professionals about Military Mental Health
Our all-day conference educated the next generation of mental health professionals on topics such as the use of technology to support those who serve and their families, nontraditional forms of healing and the effect of war on children of those who serve.
The conference was live streamed to universities and colleges nationwide and offered all participants (virtual and otherwise) the opportunity to join the Q&As following the panel discussions.
A Celebration of Service VIP Reception and Performance at Studio Theatre
Our three days of events culminated with a reception and performance of Quiara Alegría Hudes' Pulitzer Prize–winning play Water by the Spoonful. During our VIP reception, we honored U.S. Senator Richard Burr, U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow and USMC veteran Brendan O’Toole with the Give an Hour Celebration of Service Award.
Give An Hour @2014 A Celebration of Service: At today's National Day of Training conference, we are proud to introduce the documentary, The Runner & The Therapist, featuring Give an Hour’s founder and president, Barbara Van Dahlen. Learn more about what makes this film so special and consider donating to see it completed: https://www.indiegogo.com/p...
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Give An Hour @2014 A Celebration of Service: Since Give an Hour is now approved to offer home study CE credits, people watching the recording of this year's A Celebration of Service conference panels can earn credit. Be on the lookout for a unique link for these assessments below each recording.
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