Army OneSource has teamed with legal subject matter experts and state bar associations in three states, Kansas, Arizona and Virginia to increase the number of attorneys that are committed to provide legal assistance to all who served.
Army OneSource launched two strategic national campaigns to increase the number trained Behavioral Health and Legal service providers in 13 pilots states which have a significant need for support due to limited access to resources.
The AOS Washington Faith Alliance members met to coordinate their upcoming “Healing Communities For Veterans” (HC4V) event on 19-20 October 2012 at the First Baptist Church of Lakewood in Spokane, WA. The HC4V event is intended for Clergy/Chaplains, Faith-Based Counselors, Veteran Groups, Community Coalitions and Government Leaders.
The Army OneSource (AOS) Washington Behavioral Health Alliance* established the “First Responders Resource Card” (FRRC) in response to feedback from first responders and Red Cross volunteers who indicated they needed something to provide Veterans and Service members after a crisis situation to help prevent future serious incidents.
The Army OneSource (AOS) Washington State Legal Alliance (WSLA) began to coordinate their first Veterans Will Clinic to be held on 13 October 2012 at Gonzaga University. Volunteers from the University will serve as witnesses and print the wills.
The Army OneSource (AOS) Indiana Finance Alliance coordinated the “Indianapolis 2012 Hiring Our Heroes Veterans” event, which was their eleventh job fair in 12 months.