WASHINGTON — The Pentagon is rolling out a new program that provides military spouses resources to prepare them and their family for the time when their husband or wife transitions out of the military.
The Military Spouse Transition Program, or MySTeP, is an initiative that launched in early August through the Pentagon’s Military Community and Family Policy office and provides military spouses information to help prepare them for the inevitability of their family leaving the military.
A Veterans Health Administration (VHA) program that provides tablets to veterans with mental disorders leads to improved access and continuity of care. A new study published online in Psychiatric Services in Advance finds that video-enabled tablets can improve mental health care access for patients who experience barriers because of geographic, social, or health-related circumstances.
September 4, 2019 - 8:00am to September 6, 2019 - 4:00pm
The NAVSO team is heading to one of our members -- America's Warrior Partnership -- 6th Annual Symposium!
Every year we look forward to seeing new and old members as we gather with symposium attendees to hear great speakers, make impactful connections and collectively work towards solutions for the betterment of veterans & military families!
Will you be in attendance for the 2019 America's Warrior Partnership symposium? Visit their page to learn more. We look forward to seeing you there!
Center for a New American Security (CNAS) has partnered with NAVSO to share important insights from their latest research “Funding Flows in the Sea of Goodwill: An Analysis of Major Funders in the Veteran-Serving Nonprofit Space"
CNAS authors Emma Moore, Margaret Seymour, Jared Stefani , Kelly Kennedy, and Kayla Williams examine trends in funding among veteran-serving nonprofits.
The report identifies:
(1) the leading funders in the space
(2) the services and programs these organizations provide.