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Shannon Hagy

Shannon has been integral to the Veterans Place team since September 2019, when she became the Veterans Resource Center Coordinator. In 2020 Shannon was promoted to the Director of Client Services, and most recently, in 2022, she earned the title of Clinical Director. A first-generation college graduate, Shannon received her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from the University of Southern California while also obtaining a Military Social Work Certification and a bachelor’s degree from La Roche College. She is currently completing a certificate in Financial Success for Nonprofits from Cornell University.

February News and Updates

February News and Updates Veterans Place Celebrates Black History Month In honor of Black History Month, Veterans Place has been celebrating and learning about 'firsts' in African American military history each week through an informative display at the front desk....

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Highlights from Holiday Celebrations at Veterans Place

Thanksgiving with Parkwood United Presbyterian Church Volunteers from Parkwood Church returned to Veterans Place to provide a Thanksgiving feast for veterans and staff.         Celebrating with Inspired Hearts and Hands Our friends at Inspired Hearts and Hands...

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Using Art Therapy for Veterans

Mental health treatment can be supplemented by various tools that go beyond sitting in a chair and talking to a therapist. One of these tools is art therapy. Art is an expressive medium that can help veterans communicate their feelings,...

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What Programs are There for Female Veterans

At Veterans Place, we recognize how important it is to support our female veterans. Since 2019, we have operated the Female Veteran Program as part of our mission to provide comprehensive support and services to female veterans in the Pittsburgh...

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Veterans Place to hold their annual Veteran Palooza celebration on Veterans Day

Veterans Place of Washington Boulevard will hold their Veteranspalooza event on November 11th at their facility. This event is held for the veterans who participate in the Veterans Place programming to provide them with a day of recognition and fun....

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Overdose Awareness Event

More than 1 in 10 veterans are diagnosed with a substance use disorder. This is slightly higher than the general population. Both active-duty and retired members of the military can face substance use issues. The stress of training, deployment, adjusting...

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