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Note: Give an Hour receives numerous requests from reporters who wish to report on the psychological impact of the war on veterans and their loved ones. Often, these reporters ask to interview people who can provide a personal angle about what they have experienced, how their lives have been changed, or how Give an Hour has helped them. If you would like to share your story and are willing to be interviewed, please send an e-mail to litzkowitz@giveanhour.org.


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Anger management, anxiety disorders, bereavement, critical incident stress debriefing


The Center for Innovation and Research seeks providers to validate new tool.

The Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and Military Families (CIR) is looking for providers nationwide to help in the development of an assessment tool which measures knowledge of CPT-C critical skills. 


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Army Reserve Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Give an Hour

Partnership Enhances Readiness of Soldiers and Families by Providing Mental Health Support


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Webinar on Military Loss

Give an Hour and Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors offered a free one-hour webinar on Military Loss. CEU are still available.


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Give an Hour Golf Outing

All proceeds benefit Give an Hour, a national nonprofit providing free confidential mental health care to veterans, service members, and their families.


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