Non-Profits and Litigation: When Ideas Get Judged

| April 4, 2017

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If you support nonprofit policy groups, you understand that ideas matter. They matter in education, in public discourse, and in the halls of government. But when it comes to discernible impact, there’s one place where ideas can matter a lot—in court. Court cases, after all, are intellectual battles—words on paper are pitted against one another, resulting in judicial rulings that affect the real world.

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7 thrilling non-profits that help veterans treat PTSD

Article | March 16, 2020

According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, 11-20% of veterans are diagnosed with symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in a given year. More and more veterans seek treatment for PTSD in order to learn how to address their symptoms, improve positive thinking, learn ways to cope when symptoms arise and treat problems related to trauma such as depression and anxiety or misuse of alcohol or drugs. We are fortunate to be living in a time when America "supports the troops" and encourages the identification and treatment of invisible wounds. In addition to increased efforts by the Department of Veterans Affairs to treat PTSD, there are many veteran non-profit organizations who step in to help. The treatments and opportunities are far-reaching and varied, including offering psychotherapy or meditation classes.

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Coronavirus headlines are alarming. Many communities will be affected even if the spread of the virus remains contained. Beyond handwashing and other competent advice you’ve read over the last weeks that may help prevent the spread of illness, what steps should you take now to protect your staff and the people who depend on your services? This post will answer that question.

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