Hamilton Center in Terre Haute has become the first three-star center in MFRI’s new Star Behavioral Health Providers designation system for organizations.
As events rapidly unfold in Afghanistan, the news may be distressing to many service members, veterans, their families, caregivers and survivors. You are not alone. The undersigned organizations care for, represent, and support you. They’re standing by to help.
Registration is now open for the 12th annual Battlemind to Home Summit, which will bring together experts in mental health, law, community services and faith to strategize about how they can work with military-connected individuals to help with their transition from the battlefront to the home front.
Legal, mental health and community leaders will learn and share strategies to ease the transition from the battlefront to the home front for military personnel, veterans and their families during the 11th annual Battlemind to Home Summit on Oct. 27.
MFRI and the PCRD announce that the Madison County Joining Community Forces Network’s Military Supportive Communities Initiative (MSCI) Pathway Project proposal was accepted.
Purdue University’s College of Health and Human Sciences (HHS) is pleased to launch Families Tackling Tough Times Together, a program to support families as they deal with the COVID-19 pandemic
Every April we celebrate the Month of the Military Child, showing appreciation for approximately 2 million military children who serve alongside their parents. Military children play an important role in the armed forces community
In 2014 Joining Community Forces Indiana (JCFI) was created to better serve service members, veterans and their families.
MFRI is partnering with Military REACH Project to identify and select the winning paper of the MFRI Excellence in Research on Military and Veteran Families Award.