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Got Your Back: Communities Supporting Veterans
This one-day introductory training provides individuals and organizations with the background and resources they need to create effective outreach to veterans in their local communities.  Got Your Back is based on Trauma Resilience training developed for the 9/11 aftermath. Facilitators include: Gabe Nutter-combat vet with over 250 missions in S. Baghdad; a team leader and educator with the Dept. of Veterans Services. Beverly Prestwood-Taylor, international trauma healing trainer Cynthia Crosson-Harrington, developer of program placing service dogs with veterans Who should attend? Community leaders, congregation members, pastors, healthcare professionals, firefighters, police officers, teachers, social workers, veterans and active duty military, families of veterans.  Anyone who wants to know more about how to support veterans and active duty military as they return from deployment. What will you learn? What are the positive and negative effects of combat and the impact on re-entry How to support vets, spiritually and emotionally, as the return to civilian life What YOU can do to help vets in their journey home from war. Cost $15  The First Congregational Church is near the Whately Inn.

When: Nov 30, 2017 9:30AM in Whately, MA

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About Whately, MA
The Town of Whately Massachusetts was founded in 1771 and is located in Franklin County. The town was named for a friend of Governor Hutchinson, Thomas Whately.

Whately has about 2000 year round residents.

The town is home of the Smith College Observatory as well as becoming home to a number of craftsmen who value the beauty and small town character.