PMCN connects the needs of our community’s military service members, veterans and their families to the highest quality resources by providing a central source for information, navigation and integrated services. PMCN partner agencies are committed to understanding military and veteran culture and the unique needs of service members, veterans and their families; these agencies are also committed to working together to meet all the needs of individuals and families to provide holistic support for our military and veteran community.
PMCN and our partner agencies offer a broad range of information and assistance to support the whole individual and family, including advocacy, behavioral health, child welfare & family supports, crisis intervention, education, employment & workforce readiness, medical & physical health, social services, and transition & reintegration. PMCN also provides training to partner agencies to ensure community-based agencies have understand the needs of our military and veteran community and are awarded of available resources (including military and VA services) to meet their needs. PMCN is committed to collaboration and coordination to meet the needs of service members, veterans and their families.
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On December 13, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation announced that it has awarded the Peak Military Care Network (PMCN), a PPACG initiative, a $195,000 grant. According to a statement by the foundation, PMCN is among 18 coalitions across the United States that have been awarded funds as part of their $3.6 million Roadmaps to Health Community Grants. PMCN is the only Colorado organization honored with the award this year and was chosen from a pool of more than 400 applicants nationwide. In response to the announcement, Major General Wes Clark, interim PMCN Advisory Board Chair, said, “This funding will enable us to provide a new level of coordinated care and support for the men and women who have served us so well.”