Our Mission

To create a sustainable network for women Veterans locally and nationally in order to enhance wellness, relationships, and connection and build a community specifically for women Veterans.

News & Updates

Interview with Kayla Williams

Interview with Kayla Williams Organization: VA Center for Women Veterans (CWV) Date: January 10, 2018 Interviewed by: Jen Wachen Tell us about your military...

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Interview with Kayla Williams

Join a WoVeN Group!

WoVeN is a great way to connect with other women Veterans!  WoVeN is a recently-developed, nationwide network for women Veterans dedicated to promoting...

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Join a WoVeN Group!

Connect With WoVeN

Be a part of an exciting new program! Women Veterans Network (WoVeN) is developing a nationwide community of groups for women Veterans, led by women Veterans.

› Find an Existing Group
› Help Grow WoVeN
› Become a Peer Leader

What WoVeN Women Are Talking About


Learn how to successfully navigate life’s twists and turns.


Find new ways to keep the many aspects of your life in balance.

Stress Relief

Discover strategies to reduce stress and its impact on your life.


Take steps to improve existing relationships and build new ones.

Healthy Living

Get informed about health-related topics and how to make healthy changes.


Explore how your views of yourself and others impact different areas of life.

Meet a WoVeN Woman

The feeling of belonging to the military was monumental to me . . . now as a Veteran I get to feel connected again.

Eyvette Turner

Meet Eyvette Turner. One of our launch peer leaders!

Eyvette is an Air Force Veteran who served for over 20 years. She currently resides in Richmond, VA.

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Our Sponsor

WoVeN is supported by a grant from the Walmart Foundation to Boston University School of Medicine.

Additional support is provided by Boston University School of Medicine and the US Department of Veterans Affairs National Center for PTSD.


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