At the turn of this new decade, we’ve been thinking about what’s ahead for our nation’s veterans. Statistics tell us that the veteran population in 2030 will look quite different than it does today. So what might these pending demographic shifts mean for communities serving veterans?
Former Airman Camden Ege takes a collaborative approach to ensuring every veteran has the resources — and support — to graduate from college.
Many veterans struggle when they return to civilian life. This nonprofit brings together partners across sectors to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Former soldier Zach Pearson’s new mission: Stitching together a vast network of local support to make sure the veterans in his rural county get the critical help they need.
With the aid of public and private partners, the small team behind Theater of War is helping bridge the civ-mil divide by staging dramatic readings of iconic plays.
Instead of competing with one another, like-minded nonprofits are banding together to make sure former service members get all the help they need.
Part of military cultural competence is being aware of important dates and holidays. Share this compendium of military and veteran holidays with partners who want to learn more about mil-vet culture.
In December, NVI launched the tenth and final course in our collaboration with PsychArmor Institute. While the courses are designed to be of interest to a great range of stakeholders, we've got some specific recommendations for collaborative leaders at differing stages of development...
NVI Local Partners Quiet Terrain LLC and DJD Art Foundation are collaborating with cross-sector partners to open a conversation about moral injury using the performing arts. We caught up with Dr. Lipana to learn how “Quiet Summons: A Healing Journey” came to be.
Collaborative leadership takes a unique skillset. Our PsychArmor courses are designed to empower community leaders with these skills.