Military and Veterans Resource Coalition is proud to announce that we have successfully achieved the Veteran Ready Certification from PsychArmor.
Organizations that serve Veterans nation-wide have been utilizing PsychArmor’s educational platform to ensure their staff and volunteers are better prepared to interact with the Military-Veteran Community. In recognition of those efforts, we are pleased to announce the PsychArmor Veteran Ready Organization Certification. This certification allows organizations that serve Veterans to showcase their commitment to more effectively engage with Veterans, service members and their families.
If you are interested in becoming veteran ready certified, please visit https://psycharmor.org/certification-for-organizations/ to learn more.
General cultural coursework and a newly developed section to help you learn and use collective impact principles to foster collaboration and increase impact for service members, Veterans, their families, and their caregivers are available. If you would like to encourage your staff or volunteers to participate in FREE 15 minute segments of education, courses are available through a simple registration at this link.
Education is key for comprehensive support of our military and veteran population. That’s why MVRC has partnered with PsychArmor to create a custom portal just for you!
Courses include How to Help a Veteran, 15 Things Veterans Want You to Know, suicide prevention training for citizens and more! We invite you to help us change the narrative about serving veterans by encouraging or taking educational courses at this link.
ANY business, organization, individual or caring citizen can make a difference by taking a course with PsychArmor. We invite you to host a staff training, bring together friends for coffee and discussion, or to take the courses on your own TODAY.
PsychArmor recruits nationally recognized subject matter experts to create and deliver online courses about issues relevant to the military and Veteran communities. Our self-paced courses are delivered within nine topic areas geared toward military culture, healthcare providers, employers, K-12 educators, higher education, volunteers, caregivers and families, transitioning service members, and communities serving Veterans. We provide critical resources to all Americans who work with, live with, and care about Veterans.