July 18, 19, & 20
Rural and smaller-town Veterans in particular have limited choices for healthcare. As a member of the clergy, you and your house of worship are an important contact point for Veterans in your community. Sometimes clergy members aren’t aware of the Veterans in their congregation or how they might help a Veteran and their family. To learn how, join us for one of the following trainings:
July 18, Lambs Chapel, 214 School St. Berlin, NH
Click to register: https://comm-clergy-train-berlin.eventbrite.com
July 19, Congregational Church of Laconia, 18 Veterans Sq., Laconia, NH
Click to register: https://comm-clergy-train-laconia.eventbrite.com
July 20, Catherine of Siena Parish, 207 Hemlock, Manchester, NH
Click to register: https://comm-clergy-train-manchester.eventbrite.com
Training topics will include:
• Military culture and the wounds of war.
• Potential roles of clergy while assisting with Veteran care.
• Mental Health services and referrals, to include specific information on making referrals to VA mental health care and community mental health.
Check-in will begin at 7:30 AM. The programs run from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Lunch will be provided.
You may also register or ask questions regarding these events by contacting:
Ben Kaler, Veterans Experience Office, Benjamin.firstname.lastname@example.org, or (603) 722-5843.
Ed Drury, Genesis Behavioral Health, email@example.com or(603) 524-1100, ext. 157.