Registration for Battlemind to Home Summit, one of the most engaging military and veteran health summits in the state, closes Oct. 1, 2018.
Battlemind will be held Oct. 9 in Indianapolis at the Marriott East. The event brings together subject matter experts to educate Indiana professionals about the critical issues facing our veteran population. Sessions for 2018 focus on topics related to mental health concerns, community mobilization, legal needs and support and more.
Christy Collette, Military and Family Research Institute Outreach Specialist, said attendees will choose two breakout sessions to participate in at registration.
“There are 12 breakout session for attendees to choose from. Topics such as engaging veterans in your community, VA claims and faith based initiatives are just a few session participants can engage in.”
Breakout sessions include:
- Suicide gatekeeper training
- VA claims bring calm to veterans
- Engaging veterans as assets in your community
- Discharge upgrades
- Veterans Treatment Court – a mock court session
- Increasing community awareness about veteran families and caregivers
- Maximize the Influences of Veteran Treatment Court mentors
- Counseling on access to lethal means for individuals in crisis
- Building blocks for energizing communities
- Office of the Indiana Attorney General assistance for service members and their families
- VA Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives
- The ethics of representing clients with diminished capacity
First time attendees have the opportunity to apply to the Colonel Roger Peterman Scholarship, covering the registration cost of attending Battlemind.
“Roger retired from the Indiana National Guard after 33 years of service and served on the Battlemind planning committee since its beginning. This year we are offering one paid registration in his honor.”
Colonel Roger Peterman scholarship applications are due Aug. 13.
For questions or inquires contact Collette at email@example.com.