Veterans’ Advisory Board: National Conversation

May 18, 2020 Do you think New Zealand could do more to ensure that past, present, and future service people and their whānau are recognised and supported? Join the conversation now at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mission-feedback A national conversation led by the Veterans’ Advisory Board.   #veterans #ranfurlyveteranstrust #caringforthoesewhoserved #rvt #veteransupport

Family Resilience initiative – Families Tackling Tough Times Together

May 12, 2020   The Families Tackling Tough Times Together program is designed to support families as they deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.  Guided by scientific evidence about family resilience, the “pop-up” program is being developed by Purdue University’s College of Health and Human Sciences (HHS) along with contributing partners from Purdue and beyond with the aim of… more

Webinar Series – The Key Issues and Insights From The Veteran Metrics Initiative

April 24, 2020 You are invited to join Australasian Services Care Network (New Zealand) for another Webinar in the Series on Military Transition in 2020. In this Webinar we will be continuing our discussion on the theme of Wellbeing by considering the topic of: “Post 9/11 U.S. Veterans: Understanding What Works Inside the Black Box of Veteran Programs and Services in terms… more

Webinar Series – Outcomes CNAS Minority Veterans Needs Assessment Project

April 1, 2020 You are invited to join the next Webinar in the Series on Military Transition where we will start to expand our thinking around the needs of Women Veterans, Minority Groups and Indigenous Veterans.  In this Webinar we will be discussing the topic of: “Outcomes CNAS Minority Veterans Needs Assessment Project.” In this Webinar Emma Moore… more

Webinar Series – Transitioning Out of Crime: A Desistance Framework for Understanding the Narratives of Incarcerated Veterans.

March 16, 2020 You are invited to join us for the next Webinar in the Series on Military Transition where we will be discussing the topic of: “Transitioning Out of Crime: A Desistance Framework for Understanding the Narratives of Incarcerated Veterans.”   In this Webinar Dr Christine Haddow from the Edinburgh Napier University (Edinburgh, Scotland) will share insights… more

VA case management clinic – 25 March

March 12, 2020 Veteran Case Management Clinics held by Veterans’ Affairs New Zealand at Ranfurly House, Auckland on 25 March. Case management clinics are a chance to book a one-on-one appointment with a member from one of Veterans’ Affairs’ case management teams. These clinics are designed for both: • current clients — both veterans and whānau • veterans… more

Webinar Series – Military Families Confronting Stress and Transition

March 2, 2020 You are invited to join us for the next Webinar in the Series on Military Transition where we will be discussing the topic of: “Military Families Confronting Stress and Transition.” In this Webinar Dr MacDermid Wadsworth will share her insights on the transition experience of Families drawn from her research and continuing work with Military… more

2 Days Remaining Until Post Service Employment and Wellbeing Expo

February 26, 2020 We are now only 2 days away from the Post-Service Employment and Wellbeing Expo. Don’t miss out on this opportunity, register below today.   Powered by Eventbrite The Post-Service Employment and Wellbeing Expo is bringing together employers, support organisations, and the wider business community in a one-stop shop for ex-service personnel in Auckland and Waikato…. more

Post-Service Employment and Wellbeing Expo – 29 February

February 17, 2020 Ranfurly Veterans’ Trust, AUT – Auckland University of Technology and Veterans’ Affairs New Zealand are excited to bring together industry experts, employers, support organisations, and the wider business community to share information, resources, education, employment and other opportunities to support ex-service personnel in the community.   💥Are you an ex-service member? 💥Have you registered?   😁Don’t miss the opportunity… more

Suicide and Early Mortality due to Self-Harm among Veterans

January 31, 2020 You are invited to join us for the next Webinar in the Series on Military Transition where we will be discussing the topic of: “Suicide and Early Mortality due to Self-Harm among Veterans.” In this Webinar Dr Hamner will share the key issues and insights on factors and potential causes in suicides and early mortality… more