OneOp is a single-point-of-entry professional development resource for family service providers. It provides support, training and resources to families on and off military installations and in our communities. In collaboration with DoD and the US Department of Agriculture, OneOp offers open-access learning opportunities within a full spectrum of family service subject areas.
The Modern Military Association of America is the nation’s largest non-profit organization dedicated to advancing fairness and equality for the LGBTQ+ military and veteran community. Through education, advocacy, and support, this organization makes a real difference in the lives of LGBTQ+ servicemembers, military spouses, veterans, family members, survivors, and caregivers.
Military OneSource offers a wide range of individualized consultations, coaching and non-medical counseling for many aspects of military life. Contracted mental health counselors will confidentially speak with soldiers and their spouses about their concerns and offer targeted information that can help deal with difficult situations. Individuals can receive immediate 24/7 person-to-person information by calling 1-800-342-9647.
Home Base services are specifically designed to overcome common barriers to care for returning Veterans. Home Base has an integrated team of providers – all of whom are Veterans and/or Family Members of the Post-9/11 wars – who work together to ensure that Veterans and their families are connected to appropriate and uniquely-tailored care.
Home Base has served more than 25,000 Veterans and their Family Members and trained over 85,000 clinicians across the nation and remains at the forefront of discovering new treatments to ensure a brighter future for 21st century Warriors and their Families.
NASW Webinar on Monday, March 23, 2020 (1 – 2 pm ET)
Now more than ever, social work practitioners and students need specialized knowledge, cultural competence and preparedness to effectively work with veterans, and military personnel in the criminal justice system (CJS). Forensic social work with this CJS population is a specialized and underdeveloped area.
Presenter: Bradley J. Schaffer, LMSW, BCD, FSW.
The United States Department of Veteran Affairs has specific information about PTSD, including assessments, information sheets for families and where to get assistance. The site offers free expert consultation, education, and resources to Veteran Affairs providers and civilian (community-based) health care professionals treating Veterans.