PMCN Colorado Gives Day
Now is the time to give back to the veterans, service members and families who have sacrificed so much for our nation’s freedom - they deserve our support!
This Colorado Gives Day we urge you to join the Peak Military Care Network in connecting our region’s 200,000+ military service members, veterans and their families to the highest quality resources provided by our trusted community partners. Your contribution will enhance our ability to collaborate and provide comprehensive services to those in need.
Peak Military Care Network (PMCN) connects our community’s military service members, veterans and their families to the highest quality resources provided by our trusted community partners. Service members, veterans and family members are able to receive help from PMCN by phone (719-577-7417), online or in person.
PMCN has over 30 partner agencies who 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.
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“The Board sees addressing the needs of our military, veteran and first-responder community as a critical focus moving forward. By changing our name to the Peak Military Care Network, we will be able to concentrate our identity and efforts on the collaborative and coordinating work of PMCN in order to serve our homeland defenders and their families.”
Lt Gen (Ret) Edward Anderson, Chair, PMCN Board of Directors
In meeting its goals of fostering collaboration, coordination, and communication, PMCN helps change lives. It worked well for Matthew Shaver (US Army Veteran). After he reached out, PMCN Navigator Christian Nunez was able to connect Matthew to several PMCN partners. He has received services from agencies such as Rocky Mountain Human Services and Discover Goodwill which have provided him with job training and placement.
Most important, he was able to talk to people who understood his unique situation while he was experiencing a difficult time. “I think they are doing a grand job because they have informed me of organizations that I did not know about and they understand my frustrations because they are military friendly,” says Shaver. “Thank you for following through and always checking on me.”