Mental Health & Well-Being in the U.S.
The Foundation’s Mental Health & Well-being initiative in the U.S. focuses funding on addressing the mental health and reintegration needs of our returning service members, veterans, and their families.
Providing social support to student Veterans through a peer-to-peer approach.
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Examples of Current Partnerships:
Developing a consumer-ready version of VetChange, a self-directed, web-based intervention which helps recent returnees from combat significantly reduce their risky drinking and related PTSD symptoms
Minnesota Veterans Medical Research and Education Foundation:
Using pastoral counselors to address the issues of moral injury among combat trauma survivors
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI):
Customizing its evidence-based Family-to-Family Program to meet the unique needs of military families
University of Michigan:
Develop, implementing and evaluating a peer-to-peer program that connects student veterans with upper class student veteran ‘advisors’
For a complete listing of current grants, click here.