Using virtual classroom platforms, social media networks, and international partners, we train practitioners worldwide. Check out some of our services below
Harriet Tubman Chaplain Network
The Harriet Tubman Chaplain Network (TCN) is a group of volunteer chaplains who are dedicated to helping servicewomen. TCN is named in honor of the deeply religious, courageous, and strong leader of the Underground Railroad. TCN represents the actions of Harriet Tubman who helped guide women towards personal freedom through strength and empowerment.
Moral Injury Training for Your Organization
As experts in moral injury, we offer training to civilian and government healthcare, law enforcement, and military organizations on the defining principles of moral injury, sources and effects of moral injury, moral injury in military families, how to provide immediate care to someone who presents with moral injury, professional self-care, and sanctuary trauma.
Military Spouses/Partners Research Project
Are you the spouse, ex-spouse, partner, or ex-partner of a U.S. or Canadian military service member or veteran who has been diagnosed with PTSD, should have been diagnosed with PTSD, or might have been diagnosed with PTSD as a result of his or her service? If so, you might qualify for our research project.
We are looking for research partners, organizations that provide support to military personnel, veterans, and their families. We believe these organizations, who have invested time, money and energy into the veteran community, are in the best position to help us design, recruit, and conduct the research study. If you belong to one of those organizations, contact us.
Discover our one of the most popular programs for women veterans. Seminars are one to two-hour lectures given by the CEO or Senior Executive Officer of MISNS on moral injury, leadership, self-care, personal growth, and other related subjects. These seminars can be given in a virtual environment or in-person.
By working with MISNS, interns gain valuable experience in the non-profit and the public health worlds, learn skills in their chosen area of work, and build their resumes for the next job. Some interns choose to remain permanently as part of the Moral Injury Support Network for Servicewomen, Inc. organization.
Moral injury workshops are normally 2-3 hours long and can be delivered in-person or through virtual platforms. They are designed to give your members new knowledge and skills on very specific subjects. These programs are based on the adult learning model and include content delivery, Q&A, and practical exercises.