Over the next five years, more than one million post-9/11 servicemen and women will transition out of the military. Research shows a civilian-military divide: 71% of Americans say they have little understanding of the issues facing post-9/11 veterans. And veterans agree: 84% say that the public has “little awareness” of the issues facing them and their families. The Bush Institute is committed to the responsibility we face as a Nation to know and understand our vets.
I am a Post-9/11 Veteran
Learn more about veterans and what they uniquely offer to their communities.
My American Landscape
A thorough look at the issues facing post-9/11 veterans and their families.
As Americans, we have a duty to serve those who volunteered to wear the uniform in defense of our Nation. Most critically, we have a responsibility to help them make their transition to civilian life as successful as possible. In doing so, we unleash the potential of a generation of resourceful, determined, and experienced leaders. At the Bush Institute, it is our mission to enhance how organizations across all sectors work together to support post-9/11 veterans and their families.
Serving Our Post-9/11 Veterans: A Toolkit for Non-Profit Organizations
Full report | Organizational Self-Assessment Tool for Veteran-Serving Non-Profit Organizations