Military Service Initiative
Ensuring post-9/11 veterans and their families make successful transitions to civilian life with a focus on gaining meaningful employment and overcoming the invisible wounds of war.
Employment is a top issue for post-9/11 veterans. That’s why the Bush Institute has partnered with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to create the VET Roadmap to better equip vets to join the civilian workforce.
To help more veterans access high-quality care, the Warrior Wellness Alliance connects veteran networks with best-in-class health providers.
Need immediate help? Many organizations offer support for active duty members of the military and veterans as well as their families.
These infographics and videos explore the invisible wounds warriors: traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress.
These infographics explain how we can all take action to better recognize, connect, and deliver high quality care to help our warriors with invisible wounds.
Meet Joe, a post-9/11 veteran. We hope his story, drawn from the stories of many real service members, will help bridge the divide and better know our vets.
Addressing the invisible wounds of war – post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury – is a core issue for warriors, their families, and their communities. Read the Bush Institute recommendations.
These infographics explain how we can all take action to better recognize, connect, and deliver high quality care to help our veterans and servicemen and women with invisible wounds.
These infographics and videos explores the invisible wounds servicemen and women face: traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress.
This paper outlines the Bush Institute's findings while researching the gaps in treating the invisible wounds of war and makes recommendations to address these issues.
The Bush Institute commissioned a survey to gain a better understanding of how people think about veterans and the issues they face around post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury.
A workbook to equip transitioning service members and veterans with the tools needed to succeed in the civilian workforce.
Looking for help from various nonprofit organizations? This guide includes information and questions to ask when looking for assistance.
Helping members of the military successfully re-enter civilian life is part of a national responsibility. The public also benefits from vets becoming in our communities the productive people they were in the military.
Today, more than 45,000 non-profit organizations serve military veterans and their families. This report examines best practices learned from these organizations.
This toolkit, created for the veteran-serving non-profit community, is designed to help shape sustained results.
This questionnaire is designed help non-profit leaders assess the current status of their organizations.
Learn the non-profit best practices in this in-depth look at 24 veteran-serving nonprofits.
This toolkit is designed to help inform and shape the funding strategies of individual and institutional donors.
A questionnaire intended to be completed by potential funders, intended to assist in due diligence in support of a funding decision.
Explore the challenges and opportunities for post-9/11 veterans with this video, infographic, and related research.
I am one of the more than 2.5 million Americans who has served my country in a military uniform since the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001.
An in-depth look at challenges and opportunities faced by military service members as they re-enter the civilian world.
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