Peace, Conscience, and Moral Injury


Quaker House is involved in advocating for peace, accountability for and prohibition of torture, and incorporation of nonviolent methods of interaction. You will find our past activities on our News and Blog pages. Following us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, will keep you up to date on upcoming efforts.

Call of Conscience

Quaker House is active in teaching young adults about understanding conscientious objection as well as the organizations and meetings that support them. We have published a Resource Guide for working with young adults on discerning whether they are led in this direction and, if so, how to create a file of documentation. The Resource Guide is available for purchase from Quaker House as well as on Amazon. Our PowerPoint presentation on conscientious objection is freely available. Please contact Quaker House if you would like us to email it to you.

Moral Injury

Quaker House does presentations on moral injury, how it is distinguished from PTSD, and advocates for better understanding of this isolating and devastating injury to the soul. Psychologist Cecelia Yocum has also published a book through us on helping individuals with moral injury, which is available through Quaker House and on Amazon.