Hidden Battles has been nominated for a Voice Award!
The Veteran Book Project, is a workshop that teaches bookmaking to veterans as a way of processing their wartime experience.
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Studies show that anxiety and depression are pervasive among military wives in connection with their husbands’ deployment. Was this always the case and it’s only now being studied, or if there is something in particular about the way war is waged now that is creating the problem? The article suggests that longer deployments are part of the problem.
The current issue of Smithsonian features a great profile on The Pathway Home, a place where returning soldiers are able to get the help they need to come down from the stress of war. Several vets who have gone through their program say that The Pathway Home saved their lives. They are developing programs for [...]
“In the past it’s been the physical wounds, for these wars it’s the psychiatric, the mental health wounds that are predominating, so we know that’s what we have to address first, these veterans have been in a different type of combat than what we’ve ever seen before.” – Janine Shaw, Chief of Mental Health, [...]
The trailer for “Hidden Battles” has arrived! Please make sure forward it to anyone you think might be interested in seeing this. Help us get the word out!
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