The Military Family Research Institute has received a grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation to help reduce food insecurity for 500 veterans in rural Indiana.
New Illinois program seeks to serve low-income, homeless and low-resource rural veterans
The Military Family Research Institute (MFRI) at Purdue University is collaborating with University of Illinois Extension and select Illinois food pantries and faith-based communities on Reaching Rural Veterans (RRV).
HHS initiative to help families cope with pandemic receives two engagement awards
A College of Health and Human Sciences initiative designed to support families through the COVID-19 pandemic has received two engagement awards from Purdue University.
Reaching Rural Veterans helps connect services to people in need
In collaboration with food pantries and faith-based communities, MFRI’s Reaching Rural Veterans (RRV) connects former service members with needed services and benefits through resource fairs and one-on-one education at food pantries in rural areas.
MFRI graphic design internship opportunity
The Military Family Research Institute (MFRI) at Purdue University, part of the College of Health and Human Sciences, pairs research with outreach to help improve the quality of life for service members, veterans and their families. MFRI is seeking a graphic design intern to help advance the institute’s mission and cultivate its reputation regionally and nationwide.
MFRI stands with the AAPI community
MFRI and other organizations committed to supporting service members, veterans, caregivers, survivors, and their families, express strong condemnation of the recent wave of violence against individuals of Asian descent in our country, and to express our solidarity with Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
MFRI shares resources for anti-racism
Purdue’s Military Family Research Institute to host Battlemind to Home Summit
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’s Focus Forward Fellowship 2020 cohort selected
MFRI is proud to announce the selection of the 2020 Focus Forward Fellowship cohort. The Fellowship is an MFRI program designed to build skills, leadership and a sense of community among women student veterans and service members.
Madison County group receives support to help improve access to veteran resources
MFRI and the PCRD announce that the Madison County Joining Community Forces Network’s Military Supportive Communities Initiative (MSCI) Pathway Project proposal was accepted.