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  • Justice For All – Free Film Screening and Panel Discussion

    Free Film Screening and Panel Discussion, September 19th, 2017 (5:30 – 7:30 pm) For more information see attached flyer. Justice for All – Sept 19 – Flyer


    Initiative Making an Impact to Improve Care for Those Who Served

    As Veterans Day approaches, over 1700 service providers throughout NH have been educated about the importance of asking their clients one deceptively simple question, “Have you or a family member ever served in the military?” Understanding the impact of asking this question, and knowing what to do when the answer is ‘Yes,’ is key to … Read More


    Invisible Wounds of War – Find Out More!

    PTSD The National Center for PTSD is dedicated to research and education on trauma and PTSD. The center works to assure that the latest research findings help those exposed to trauma. Learn more here. Combat Stress and Traumatic Brain Injuries The Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program is the first program of … Read More


    WRJ VA Focuses on Homeless

    “It’s summertime, but for some veterans who returned to northern New England after their military service, the living is not easy. For those without homes, winter likely will be even worse. Some have general health problems. Others cope with mental illness or substance abuse. Employment, education, transportation — all of the challenges of living in … Read More


    ‘Ask the Question’ Can Open Doors For Veterans

    A recent article in the New Hampshire Union Leader covered the unveiling of our Ask the Question campaign. Two generals, two VA hospital directors, the state health commissioner and a key providers presented the campaign to the public at a “military access summit”. A young combat veteran, Nicholas Tolentino of Exeter, who has served multiple tours … Read More


    New Program Puts Military Liaisons at Mental Health Centers

    The Hampton Union recently featured an article about New Hampshire Veterans and what is being done to serve them as best we can. In the article there is mention of Easter Seals NH and Ask the Question and the ways we are trying to have a positive impact on our community and our veterans. There … Read More