Battling the Storm Within

Thursday, April 1, 2021

Investment Opportunity 2021: Discover the World of Cryptocurrency and Trading


Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment
3rd Annual Financial Wellness
Empowerment Online Event

"Discover the World of Cryptocurrency and Trading"

Join us on Wednesday April 28, 2021 @ 7:00 pm


"Discover the World of
Cryptocurrency and Trading"
Join Us LIVE Wednesday
April 28, 2021 @ 7:00 PM

MIWVE's 3rd Annual Financial
Wellness Empowerment Event

Presenter: Entrepreneur
Elizabeth Thompson
Mastery IM Academy

What will you learn:

What is cryptocurrency?
How does cryptocurrency work?
How is it different from investing in the traditional stock market trading system? Q & A

Join us LIVE of MIWVE Facebook

What empowers you, lets pass it on!

Phone (810) 373-5744

NEW MIWVE NEWS!!!
Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment is a proud member of the NVBDC Military and Veteran Organization Task Force.

The primary role of the NVBDC Task Force is to focus on pursuing and achieving tactical and strategic objectives to help Service-Disabled and Veteran-Owned Businesses through partnerships with the MSO/ VSOs and organizations such as the leading Veteran businesses training and networking organizations.


Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment is launching our 5th Annual Dirt Therapy: Veterans & Youth Agriculture and Agribusiness Summer program in Flint.

We have expanded our youth initiatives in Flint. Looking forward
to enjoying our Summer
empowering the youth.




Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment | (810) 373-5744 |

Saturday, March 27, 2021

Military sexual assault: New calls to reform system that allows DOD to police itself

WASHINGTON (SBG) — When the Biden Administration took over, there were immediate calls to address what many say is an alarming systemic issue: sexual assault in the military. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin took action shortly after confirmation, writing in a memo, "we must do more" when it comes to the issue of sexual assault. President Biden has also ordered a commission to review procedures in place and seek ways to improve them. As we await the results of new investigations, advocates, lawmakers and survivors are pushing for change now, saying this is the moment to reform a system that fails to deliver justice.

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Lack of transparency around sexual assault in the National Guard makes it hard to see if real change is happening

Sexual assault reports in the National Guard increased by 30% from 2019 to 2020, Wisconsin National Guard top commander Paul Knapp said in a Wisconsin Public Radio segment Thursday.

Knapp, Wisconsin major general, attributed this increase to an influx of Guard members who are more comfortable coming forward.

In a separate WPR segment, Katelyn Ferral, a Capital Times reporter and former O’Brien Fellow in Public Service Journalism, said this claim is “at odds” with what survivors said in her investigation of the Guard.

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Sgt Stephanie J Shannon - Appointed to be a City of Southfield Veterans' Commissioner -


 

Are you a Gatekeeper? Become certified in 90 minutes - FREE Suicide Prevention Training


 Become a certified Gatekeeper in 90 minutes

QPR – Suicide Prevention Training -

FREE – 90 minutes Individual/Group - Zoom Online Training

You will learn:

1. How to question, persuade and refer someone who may be suicidal.

2. How to get help for yourself or learn more about preventing suicide.

3. The common causes of suicidal behavior.

4. The warning signs of suicide.

5. How to get help for someone in a crisis.

Author Stephanie Grimes – Hope 360 Founder/CEO – Certified Gatekeeper Trainer

Offers Free 90 Minutes Zoom Sessions

For More info Contact: Stephanie Email: hopeforthefuture360@yahoo.com

Phone (734) 799.0205 www.hope360.net

A MIWVE Pandemic Mental Health Intervention, suicide is 100% preventable. #22toomany

CLICK HERE TO: VIEW LIVE - MIWVE FB PAGE - 3/31/21 at 6:30 pm - 7:00 pm this session will be the introduction to the training -

Due to the great response the free training will be offered of the zoom platform and scheduled at an alternative dates to accommodate large groups. Please register to be included, thank you!

https://www.empowermiwomenvets.com

Special thanks to our event sponsor Humana

The City of Southfield Veterans' Commission 

Monday, March 15, 2021

Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment - 2021 Updates and Announcements


Happy New Year!
2021 is a year of persistence,
resilience and strength! Stay safe and healthy!

Join us on Wednesday March 31, 2021 @ 6:30 pm

Live on MIWVE's Facebook page. We are launching
our FREE 90 minutes Suicide Prevention
Training Opportunity ! #22toomany

Become a certified Gatekeeper
in 90 minutes. Offering a FREE QPR – Suicide Prevention Training
for Individuals and Groups through the
Zoom Online platform.

You will learn:
1.   How to question, persuade and refer someone who may be suicidal.
2.   How to get help for yourself or learn more about preventing suicide.
3.   The common causes of suicidal behavior.
4.   The warning signs of suicide.
5.   How to get help for someone in a crisis.
 
Author Stephanie Grimes – Hope 360 Founder/CEO – Certified Gatekeeper Trainer
Offers Free 90 Minutes Zoom Sessions
For More info Contact: Stephanie Email: hopeforthefuture360@yahoo.com
Phone (734) 799.0205 www.hope360.net
 
A MIWVE Pandemic Mental Health Intervention, suicide is 100% preventable. #22toomany

What empowers you,
lets pass it on!

Phone (810) 373-5744

In 2020 MIWVE continued on with our mission safely during the Pandemic. View video below..
NEW MIWVE NEWS!!!
SGT Stephanie Shannon has been appointed to be a City of Southfield Veterans Commissioner.

She is honored to have been chosen by the Mayor and the City Council. She looks for serving in this capacity and making a greater impact on the veterans' community at large.


The Southfield Veterans' Commission is dedicated to serving all veterans.

We are planning a veteran's
food drive date TBA.


Sgt Shannon will be honored and speaking on Friday, March 19th at the second annual I Am The Storm: Honoring Women Veterans Event at 10:00am.event, taking place via Virtual Teams Live Meeting.

This year, we are talking about Surviving Trauma. Please note, we will discuss Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Military Sexual Trauma (MST) which may be triggering.

Join us by downloading the Microsoft Teams App. and clicking on the link below on 3/19/21 @ 10 am.



Michigan Women Veterans Empowerment | (810) 373-5744 |