Strong community partnerships are invaluable as military service providers work to meet the needs of transitioning service members and their families. However, partnerships don’t just happen. They are created. Participate in this webinar to discuss the types of community resources needed to support transitioning Service members and their families, identify strategies to locate potential community partners, and examine steps for developing partnerships and mobilizing informal networks.
Discuss the types of community resources needed to support transitioning Service members & their families
Identify methods to locate community partners/resources to meet the needs of transitioning military Service members and their families
Discuss strategies to develop community partnerships (or mobilize informal networks) to meet the needs of transitioning military service members and their families
Dr. Keith Tidball is a Senior Extension Associate in the Department of Natural Resources where he serves as the leader of a suite of projects dealing with veterans and military families. He also serves as the Director of the New York State Extension Disaster Education Network. In these positions he helps people leverage natural resources to organize, learn, and act in ways that increase their capacity to withstand, and where appropriate to grow from, environmental change and uncertainty.
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