SCI-VIP Promote

This is a multisite VA. Trained Vocational staff and employers to collaborate with Veterans with spinal cord injuries to return these Veterans to the workforce. This study is funded by the VA's Cooperative Studies Program.

For more information contact lisa.jones6@va.gov

This is a multisite VA study. Trained vocational staff and employers collaborate with Veterans with PTSD to return these Veterans to the workforce. This study is funded by the VA's Cooperative Studies Program.

 

This project is developing online vocational materials to be used by Veterans who are vulnerable to employment difficulties (e.g. rural Veterans, homeless Veterans, previously incarcerated Veterans). It is funded by VA's Rehabilitation Research and Development service and the Meadows Foundation.

For more information contact april.crawford@va.gov

 

Trained Vocational staff and employers collaborate with Veterans with felony histories and mental illness to return these Veterans to the workforce. This study is funded by VA's Rehabilitation Research and Development service and the Meadows Foundation

For more information contact april.crawford@va.gov

About Face Online Program
About Face Project
 

Employment is one of the largest challenges facing Veterans with disabilities. DVARC and VA North Texas Health Care System are committed to helping Veterans join the workforce and support their families. Some of our projects are below.

Investigators:

James P. LePage, Ph.D.

Associate Chief of Staff, Research and Development

VANTHCS

Associate Professor, Psychiatry, UTSW

 

Alina Suris, Ph.D. ABPP

Research Psychologist

VANTHCS

Associate Professor, Psychiatry, UTSW

 

VIP-STAR

Vocational Rehabilitation