Rutgers historian Jennifer Mittelstadt says the military has relied on cash bonuses more heavily to quickly recruit and retain people in needed occupational specialties.
New Jersey Vet2Vet provides a peer-support lifeline to New Jersey veterans.
University Behavioral Health Care’s Veterans Total Care Initiative connects New Jersey vets with hospitals and doctors’ offices, cutting down wait time.
The Military Mom2Mom helpline provides a peer-support lifeline to New Jersey military families.
Wilfredo Rodriguez breaks through walls to help the close-knit military community heal.
Vets4Warriors military support helpline based at Rutgers will now serve all active duty service members and their families.
The Lumina Foundation has commended Rutgers for easing the transition of returning veterans.
Rutgers philosophy seminar is possibly the first in the country to arm future officers and civilian leaders with a better understanding of war’s moral complexities. Story
Peer support program operated by Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care receives Pro Patria Award.