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Working Together to Restore Mental Well-Being and Address Domestic Violence Among Veterans: A Call To Action

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Supported by an educational grant from the Blue Shield of California Foundation. As part of the ongoing Veterans Initiative, a partnership of the Aspen Institute and The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, a Summit was held in Aspen, Colorado, on June 21, 2013, with representatives from the Department of Defense, the Department of Veterans Affairs, veterans’ advocacy groups, and domestic violence programs. The purpose of the Summit was to identify best practices in preventing domestic violence in families of veterans.

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Working Together to Address Domestic Violence Among Veterans

Casey T. Taft, PhD

Learn how to help veterans and their intimate partners who are at risk for domestic violence by recognizing risk factors and discovering ways to assess for, prevent, and address intimate partner violence in veterans and their families.

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Preventing Domestic Violence in Families of Veterans

Jim Dao, moderator

As part of the ongoing Veterans Initiative, a partnership of the Aspen Institute and The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, a Summit was held in Aspen, Colorado, on June 21, 2013, with representatives from the Department of Defense, the Department of Veterans Affairs, veterans’ advocacy groups, and domestic violence programs. The purpose of the Summit was to identify best practices in preventing domestic violence in families of veterans. This COMMENTARY section of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry presents the highlights of the Summit.

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