TBI - An Invisible Wound
This episode of Veterans' Voices focuses on veterans affected by combat injuries resulting in TBI, and doctors who treat them. Guests include Chris Nowinski, co-founder of the concussion Legacy Foundation.
Different Groups, One Tribe
This episode of Veterans' Voices highlights the collaboration among Veterans Service Organizations including the Wounded Warrior Project, TAPS, and Team Rubicon.
Who is Today's Veteran?
This episode of Veterans' Voices was filmed live from the California Theater in Pittsburg, California. The topic explored the changes over time in the veteran community. The hosts and guest also went over the way Hollywood portrays veterans in the film industry.
Creative Side of Veterans
The personal satisfaction that comes from creating a story or work of art can have positive mental health benefits for an individual, especially when surrounded by stressful conditions. "Good soldiers" can also create artistic representations of conflict before, during, and after military service or combat.
My VA Experience
Viewers and Guest share their experiences with the VA and also how their experiences have changed over time.
Veterans Treatment Court
The Veterans Treatment Court offers treatment and accountability to avoid incarceration for veterans who have difficulty adjusting to life after service. Our hosts and guest explore the subject, and offer insight to the system at a deeper level.
The Heart of a Youthful Spirit: Growing Wiser in the Veteran Community
Guests talk about what it means to stay young, grow wiser, and live healthy for military veterans. This episode features stories of service and transition, and gain insight to how some veterans have cultivated resilience and appreciation for live as they age.
Wired Tight: Caffeine Use in the Veteran Community, broadcast July 17th, 2017
Caffeine has an influence that effect veterans in many different ways. This purpose of this episode is to remain objective, include multiple voices and perspectives, and to have a rich dialogue to better understand the influence on returning military veterans.