Connecting Texas Veterans

 

The Military Veteran Peer Network (MVPN) is an affiliation of service members, veterans, and family members dedicated to establishing camaraderie and trust with each other, identifying and vetting community resources, and collectively contributing to the communities where we live.

 

We accomplish this through commitment, training, and volunteerism.  We commit to having each other’s backs. We train in Peer Support and Mental Health Awareness so that not only can we care, we can act and advocate appropriately.  We volunteer by being Peers, Peer Group Leaders, and citizens making a difference.

 

MVPN Military Cultural Competency (MCC)/Basic Training for Peers

 

Basic Training is designed to provide the MVPN Volunteer frontline intervention tools to address the immediate basic needs of individual service members, veterans, and their families.

 

This training also establishes a basic understanding of military service and the many challenges that Service Members, Veterans, and their families are faced with.

 

Basic Training is a 6-hour course that covers the fundamentals of Peer Support by providing information on:

  • Fundamentals of Peer Support

  • Interpersonal Skills

  • Assessment Skills

  • Depression and Suicide Awareness

  • Anxiety and Stress management

  • Addictive Behaviors

  • Modes of Peer Support

 

***Free training for those interested in serving our service members, veterans, and their families***

 

Contact: Ken Hansen

              Veteran Outreach Coordinator

              903-932-6103 or Kenneth.Hansen@communityhealthcore.com