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Military Aggression in Ukraine

International Federation of Social Workers

The military aggression in Ukraine will result in death, destruction, more human rights abuses, large-scale refugee movements, and the traumatization of people. Social work has responded over many decades to the human tragedies that follow the war.

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Understanding Military Culture: Implementation in Treatment

University of Connecticut

is seeing increased attention paid to the mental health, substance abuse, and suicide issues within the military and veteran communities, there is also increased concern about our nation’s capacity to provide the services needed. While the U.S.

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Understanding Military Culture: Implementation in Treatment

University of Connecticut

is seeing increased attention paid to the mental health, substance abuse, and suicide issues within the military and veteran communities, there is also increased concern about our nation’s capacity to provide the services needed. This webinar will: provide a brief overview of military culture and cultural components. While the U.S.

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Statement on Ukraine by EEsrASSW

The International Association Of Schools Of Social

The pioneers and founders of professional social work explicitly advocated for peace and against military interventions that continue to inflict suffering on people on all sides of violent attacks. We think about the neighbouring countries and the whole world that is destabilised by the war. In today’s world, war is no longer justifiable.

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Addressing Veterans’ Mental Health: An Overview

Relias

Military personnel put their lives on the line for their country. Healthcare professionals need to have a clear understanding of the ways that military experiences and culture can affect the health and well-being of veterans. One study found that 30% of suicides among military personnel could be attributed to substance use.

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Remembering Unsung Black Social Work Pioneer Lester Blackwell Granger

Social Work Blog

military after World War II. Granger served in the military during World War I and experienced first-hand the racism inflicted on Black soldiers who fought for freedom abroad, only to return to home to second-class citizenship and even violence in the form of lynching. The executive order to desegregate the military came in 1948.

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How to Create a Veterans Suicide Prevention Program

Relias

The need for veterans suicide prevention programs Transitioning from military to civilian life brings about various stressors for veterans. Solid Start This program provides outreach support to veterans who have recently separated from military service. Shockingly, suicide rates among U.S. veterans are 1.5