ATQ: Resources to Ask, Link, Collaborate
Organizations and providers implementing strategies to Ask the Question: Ask, Link, Collaborate will find valuable and informative resources on this page.
A checklist for internal, organizational teams to use in order to evaluate and identify opportunities for ATQ to be operationalized in the organization's policies, practices and procedures. Operationalizing ATQ is the key to sustaining it!
This comprehensive guide provides recommendations, educational information and tools for organizations to use when implementing Ask the Question. This version is a newly available version that expands on the original version.
There are a variety of options to choose from to educate staff on military culture and the needs of Service members, Veterans and their families. This handout outlines some options available to the organizations participating in the Technical Assistance Program. Contact Amy Cook to discuss your specific needs.
New Hampshire collaborated with PsychArmor to launch a NH Online Training Portal for providers in the state who are seeking military culture and suicide prevention training. PsychArmor is a national nonprofit organization that provides education and training to improve the health and life outcomes of military-connected individuals through the use of data-driven and evidence-based virtual training courses that help to enhance the level of connection between civilians and military-connected people. The portal’s course list was carefully curated by experts in the field working at the Veterans Administration and SAMHSA. CEUs can be obtained for some of the courses.
Click on the title above for a flyer that lists the available courses.
You can access the portal by using the following link. When registering, indicate you are part of the NH Governor’s Challenge Team as this is the initiative through which the portal was created.
For more information about these resources, please contact Amy Cook at the Division for Community Based Military Programs. Amy.M.Cook@dmavs.nh.gov
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