There are approximately 2.6 million men and women who have served in the U.S. military during the post-9/11 period and their transitions home after deployment often create a rollercoaster of mixed experiences. About 40 percent of the fighting and support services deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan are members of the National Guard and Reserve Forces who often return to civilian communities that are ill-prepared to accommodate their reintegration needs. This brief describes the Reintegration Partnership Project, which explored the transition process for California National Guard members and their families after Reintegration Skills Training (RST), an evidence-based problem-solving practice aimed at easing the challenges associated with transition from combat to civilian life. It also reports findings of a follow-up assessment of the reintegration experience for California National Guard members.
Title: Reintegration Partnership Project: Summary of Key Findings and Recommendations
Publication date 2013-12-01
Publication Year 2013
, Kathleen Ell
, Sara Kintzle
, Sherrie Wilcox
USC Social Work Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and Families
North America / United States (Western) / California
, california national guard
, partnership project
, unit members
, mental health
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