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Give an Hour Connected

What is Give an Hour Connected?

Give an Hour's secondary website, appropriately named "the Connected site," houses detailed information on Give an Hour's initiatives for mental health providers, service members, students, veterans, and families. It also contains partner events and news. The number one goal of the Connected site is participation! The more we get involved, the more we learn about one another and ways we can help. Click the image to explore the Give an Hour Connected site.

Connected Site Navigation Quick Tips

Main Page:

Like with most websites, if you click the Give an Hour image at the top you'll get back to the main site page. There's a lot going on there!

  1. The large, green rectangle at the top of the page scrolls and is full of programs in in which GAH participates. If you are looking for a particular program, you will find it by scrolling through using the side arrows.
  2. Just below the green scroller, you will see four options. Click the category you fall into and voilà! You will see a page dedicated to your needs.

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Finding Resources for Veterans:

There are eight areas of focus within our Military Resources section. These sections are for active duty, veteran, national guard, and family members, as well as the providers serving them.

  1. Behavioral Health
  2. Education
  3. Employment
  4. Family Strength
  5. Financial & Legal
  6. Homelessness
  7. Reintegration & Resilience
  8. Volunteerism

Volunteer Provider Participation Tips:

Start learning about Give an Hour projects by following these easy steps::

  1. Join a discussion or ask a question within GY6 & Other Initiatives. Collaborations are projects in which Give an Hour is involved and seeks your participation.
    1.  Take part in the Educational Training Ground.
    2. Ask a question or assist with the National Guard and Reserve Project.
    3. Sign up to volunteer (non-clinicians welcome!) with Give an Hour
    4. Join a Community Collaborative profile
      1. Detroit
      2. Houston
      3. Tacoma
      4. Washington, D.C.
  2. Reply to News, have an opinion on what you just read, have a similar resource? Share it under the News tab.
  3. Have an Event you'd like to publicize? Submit your event, providing basic information, and our web team can spiff it up for you and approve your listing.
  4. Have an article to share? Post it. Know of a service? Post it. Want to ask a question? Post it.

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Registration Tips:

  • All content on Give an Hour Connected is open, and for the most part, registration is not required. If you do register, it is different from the site and your volunteer profile.
  • Questions, comments or can’t find what you need? Feel free to reach out to our Connected Community Manager by emailing or using the Contact Us form at the bottom of the Connected site.

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