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Ward V. Halverson

Outpatient Contractor

Syracuse Vet Center

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Background Information

Employment History

Veteran Therapist

Ward Halverson


Director Mohawk Valley Chapter

National Association of Social Workers


Captain

865th combat support hospital


Captain - U.S. Army Medical Corps

United States Army Reserve


Child and Family Therapist

Neighborhood Centers Inc


Affiliations

NASW-NYS

Board Member


EBV Foundation

Board Member


Mohawk Valley

Chair


Herkimer County HealthNet Inc

Board of Directors On Tuesday


Education

Bachelor of Arts ( Cum Laude

Hamilton College


M.Ed.


M.Ed.

The College of Saint Rose School of Education


M.S.W.

Syracuse University's School of Social Work


Masters

Education

The College of Saint Rose


Masters

Social Work

Syracuse University


Web References(40 Total References)


www.vets2farm.org

Ward Halverson
Ward Halverson was an army medical officer and reservist called up to fight in Afghanistan in 2004 for pre-mob training at Fort Benning, Georgia, then 2005 and 2006 in Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. As the OIC of Detainee Mental Health Operations, Captain Halverson and his team was tasked with the job of creating and maintaining a mental health system for 700 captured Afghan and global detainees, as well as their 200-some MP guards. He also participated and helped lead humanitarian and other missions around the country, then returned home both proud of his service and disoriented by regional misunderstandings about the unique mental health world of combat veterans. Quickly, Halverson became involved - and ultimately a local leader - with Central New York veteran mental health support. He is currently chair of the annual CNY Veterans Expo, outpatient contractor with the Syracuse Vet Center, Red Cross volunteer, and coordinator of regular Mohawk Valley social events for veterans and their family members, among other interests. Working with veterans is one of Ward Halverson's greatest sources of pride. He always puts veterans and military personnel issues first, and maintains the greatest respect for those who have served their country, in whatever capacity.


wardhalverson.com

Ward Halverson is, first and foremost, a combat veteran himself.
He was an army medical officer and reservist called up to fight in Afghanistan in 2004 for pre-mob training at Fort Benning, George, then 2005 and 2006 in Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. As the OIC of Detainee Mental Health Operations, Captain Halverson and his team was tasked with the job of creating and maintaining a mental health system for 700 captured Afghan and global detainees, as well as their 200-some MP guards. He also participated and helped lead humanitarian and other missions around the country, then returned home both proud of his service and disoriented by regional misunderstandings about the unique mental health world of combat veterans. Quickly, Halverson became involved - and ultimately a local leader - with Central New York veteran mental health support. He is currently chair of the annual CNY Veterans Expo, outpatient contractor with the Syracuse Vet Center, Red Cross volunteer, and coordinator of regular Mohawk Valley social events for veterans and their family members, among other interests. Working with veterans is one of Ward Halverson's greatest sources of pride. He always puts veterans and military personnel issues first, and maintains the greatest respect for those who have served their country, in whatever capacity. Whatever the case, use the sub-headings presented on this web page as a way to, hopefully better-understand your own military dynamic or challenges, and the role it may play in your, and your family member's, lives. Contact Information Ward V. Halverson, LCSW, M.Ed. 417 East German Street


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Ward Halverson is, first and foremost, a combat veteran himself.
He was an army medical officer and reservist called up to fight in Afghanistan in 2004 for pre-mob training at Fort Benning, George, then 2005 and 2006 in Afghanistan as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. As the OIC of Detainee Mental Health Operations, Captain Halverson and his team was tasked with the job of creating and maintaining a mental health system for 700 captured Afghan and global detainees, as well as their 200-some MP guards. He also participated and helped lead humanitarian and other missions around the country, then returned home both proud of his service and disoriented by regional misunderstandings about the unique mental health world of combat veterans. Quickly, Halverson became involved - and ultimately a local leader - with Central New York veteran mental health support. He is currently chair of the annual CNY Veterans Expo, outpatient contractor with the Syracuse Vet Center, Red Cross volunteer, and coordinator of regular Mohawk Valley social events for veterans and their family members, among other interests. Working with veterans is one of Ward Halverson's greatest sources of pride. He always puts veterans and military personnel issues first, and maintains the greatest respect for those who have served their country, in whatever capacity. Whatever the case, use the sub-headings presented on this web page as a way to, hopefully better-understand your own military dynamic or challenges, and the role it may play in your, and your family member's, lives. Home About Us Family Services Child Services Veteren Services Individual Services Simple Three Contact Us Ward Halverson © 2016


www.vets2farm.org

Ward Halverson



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