Network-wide Back to School Bash

As Back to School time approaches, CVN and Point72 gifted backpacks and school supplies to our Cohen Clinics to provide to their local military families.  The Cohen Clinics each gave away at least 50 backpacks and school supplies, such as…

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Support Through Communities

When we think of a support system, a family member or a friend may come to mind. Although less common, a support system can be found unexpectedly within anyone’s community. Unique relationships form between veterans and their friends in unlikely places, shown through these three stories.

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We Stand By Our Military Leaders

Pursuant to our core values of Integrity, Community and Excellence, we stand with our nation’s military leadership in condemning racism, intolerance and bigotry.

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Friends Share Stories of Support

It is important for every individual to have a support system, which can take many forms. Friends can serve as each other’s support systems, and in some cases, a friend may also be a fellow veteran. Today we would like to share the stories of friendships between Paul & Nathanael and as well as Duery & Rick.

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Military Families Share Stories of Support

Throughout the month of August, CVN will share a series of stories focusing on different types of veteran support systems. These compelling stories come from the StoryCorps Military Voices Initiative. Today we would like to share two stories of family support: Papsy & Griselda and Scott & Zach.

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The “Oath of Exit” is a very bad idea

Last week, Task and Purpose published an article regarding an extremely concerning bill that has already passed the House of Representatives as a part of the National Defense Authorization Act. This bill creates a voluntary “Oath of Exit” for Service Members to take upon retiring from service which states that they will not attempt or die by suicide.

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