|About the Military Advocacy Project
The Military Advocacy Project provides specialized training, technical assistance and resources to improve outcomes for individual military-related sexual assault and domestic violence victims and their families. Project activities focus on:
- Enhancing the capacity of civilian and military advocates to provide appropriate support, interventions, and advocacy to military-related victims of domestic violence and sexual assault,
- Improving collaborations between military and civilian interventions,
- Informing the systems’ response to combat-related PTSD and Intimate Partner Violence;and
- Fostering meaningful partnerships with government agencies and organizations that develop or administer public policy on issues that affect victims of military-related domestic and sexual violence
Customized TA, problem-solving support and referral in all areas of the Military Advocacy Project are available to individuals by BWJP staff and consultants by contacting us by email or phone: 800-903-0111, prompt 1.
The Military Project Advocacy Coordinator, Brian Clubb, provides consultation, training, and subject matter expertise to many organizations that have not traditionally worked together to address military-related domestic and sexual violence. He is available to consult with any agency that is faced with responding to the unique needs of military-related victims and perpetrators of domestic and sexual assault. Brian can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 571-384-0985.