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Recognize and improve services for Veterans, service members and the families who face challenges associated with military experiences and lifestyle, particularly the invisible wounds of war.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who serves or works with Veterans, service members or their families. Calling all nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, mental health practitioners, speech language pathologists, law enforcement, educators and school administrators, vocational rehabilitation counselors,clergy, employers, case managers, community based organization staff, community members, and veteran family members. This training is for you!
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Military 101: Identify common customs of daily military life, etiquette and cultures and recognize the common behavioral and emotional reactions experienced as a military member
- PTSD & TBI: The Perfect Storm: State the mechanisms of TBI in a combat environment including blast related exposures and injuries. Recognize the similarities and distinctions between the symptoms of TBI and PTSD and provide an introduction to various treatment techniques.
- Opening the Door to the VA: Define support, programs, and resources which are provided through the VA to assist Veteran transition.
- Panel -- Veterans Voices: Coming Home: Recognize effects of trauma from war as experienced by Military members and their families
- The view from the Front Porch: Recognize the effects military lifestyle, deployments and injuries have on the military family.
- Suicide Watch: Integrate strategies of suicide prevention which specifically address the unique culture and needs of military members in crisis.
No Wrong Door Training & Networking is a Collaboration with Nebraska Brain Injury Alliance, VetSET Nebraska, Nebraska Area Health Education Center (AHEC), and the Nebraska Association of Local Health Directors (NALHD).
VetSET Nebraska is a Rural Veteran Coordination Pilot project funded through a grant from the VA Office of Rural Health to the Nebraska Association of Local Health Directors (NALHD). The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) created this grant program to support Veterans and their families who reside in rural or underserved areas.
NALHD's VetSET Nebraska project is readying communities in Nebraska to meet the unique needs of rural veterans and their families.
Health Literacy is the collection of skills needed to communicate about health care. Learn more about how NALHD directly addresses health literacy to improve health outcomes for Nebraskans.
Nebraska's Health Departments
As Chief Health Strategists in districts that cover from 1 to 11 counties, Nebraska’s local public health departments identify and respond to local health priorities and needs. Find your local health department.