Behind the Mission: Food Insecurity in the Military and Veteran Population (PsychArmor)

Duane France
April 27, 2022

This episode of the Behind the Mission podcast originally aired on PsychArmor on April 26, 2022. You can also find Behind the Mission on Apple, Spotify, Amazon, and anywhere you listen to podcasts.

Food Insecurity in the Military and Veteran Population

On this episode of Behind the Mission, producer and host Duane France is in conversation with Josh Protas, Vice President of Public Policy of MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, a national organization fighting to end hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds in the United States and Israel. They discuss food insecurity in the military and veteran population and what organizations like MAZON are doing to bring awareness and suggest solutions to the problem.

You can take the course discussed in the episode, and developed in partnership with PsychArmor, here. The course is intended to help you understand how food insecurity happens and offer solutions to this problem. By the end of the course, you should be able to understand what food security means, recognize how veterans and their families can become food insecure, and determine ways you can help veterans in your community be food secure. The course is introduced by Senator Tammy Duckworth.

Learn more about MAZON’s work with military families and veterans. Also, read our report, Hungry in the Military: Food Insecurity Among Military Families in the U.S.

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