Defending the Service Members’ and Veterans Right to Heal from Invisible Wounds
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
When: Saturday, November 10th, 2012
Time: 9:15am to 10:15am, then joining City of Killeen Veterans Day Parade at 11am
Location: Fort Hood East Gate (Rancier & Fort Hood Street)
On the 11th anniversary of war in Afghanistan, help a military resource center stay afloat
By Liz Williams, Austin Chronicle.
“React to Contact” is a podcast devoted to the discussion of militarism and how it affects our communities. This episode features the work happening at Under the Hood Cafe and Outreach Center. Listen to the episode.
On Saturday, September 1, we hosted WARRIORWriters: Write to Heal Workshop at Under the Hood.
It was really great to have a chance to slow down, take a minute to breathe, and put pen to paper. So often we are rushing around and stressing out over things that [...]
Sunday, October 7, 3-7pm
JAX Neighborhood Cafe
2828 Rio Grande, Austin, Texas 78705
Hear about what’s happening at Under the Hood Cafe and how you can help support our [...]
Andrew Uhler, KUT News
Click to listen to full audio report.
Veterans and their supporters gathered at Fort Hood today to share mental health information with soldiers.
Operation Recovery, whose members passed out fliers to soldiers on their way onto post this morning, says it strives to improve access to care for [...]
Stacy Slayden, FOX 44.
FORT HOOD — Today a local group of veterans stood outside Fort Hood to spread awareness about mental heath care for soldiers.
Supporters of the Operation Recovery Campaign and Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan Wars shared information with soldiers about their rights to access mental health care.
The efforts are to [...]
On Friday, April 20 at 5604 Manor in Austin, Texas we exhibited “War Is Trauma”, a portfolio of handmade prints produced by the Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative in collaboration with the Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW). For this project over 30 artists* from Justseeds, IVAW, and their allies have each created a print that addresses [...]
By Geoff West, Temple Daily Telegraph.
KILLEEN – For those seeking an open dialogue with military officials about stigmatizing, often shadowy collateral wounds of service – whether it’s post-traumatic stress or sexual abuse – Thursday’s televised question-and-answer with Fort Hood leadership wasn’t so much a victory as a step in the right direction, according to [...]