Peak Military Care Net
Services

Services

The Peak Military Care Network has identified key service categories that address the breadth of needs for service members, veterans and their families. These categories are interconnected and overlap; providers may serve clients in more than one of the categories, and individuals and families may have needs that fall under more than one service category. PMCN is designed to assist both providers and service members, veterans and their families in identifying providers to meet their needs, connecting individuals and families to needed information and resources, and facilitating seamless transitions between service providers.

PMCN Framework

Please note that some services may not be covered through TRICARE or VA benefits or other insurance. Individuals and providers should verify any costs, service coverage or out-of-pocket expenses for any services.

NOC

PMCN telephone assistance is also available Monday-Friday 8am-5pm through PMCN’s partnership with Pikes Peak United Way. Dial 2-1-1 or 719-955-0742 to speak with a PMCN Advocate.

This section provides an overview of the range of services addressed by PMCN and our partner agencies

 

Advocacy

An educational, problem solving approach that connects families and individuals to services and resources that empower them to self-sufficiency. Service subcategories include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Legal services
  • Financial readiness/training
  • Support for individuals/family members (e.g., for children with special needs; individuals with TBI; individuals with mental illness, etc.)

Behavioral Health

Emotional, cognitive, psychological and mental health services for the well-being of individuals and families. Service subcategories include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Anger/irritability
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Childhood disorders
  • Marital/relational issues
  • Mood disorders
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Sleep disorders
  • Trauma-based disorders
  • Traumatic brain injury

Crisis Intervention & First Responders

Emergency care services and sympathetic, non-judgmental, safe refuge and crisis intervention services. These services bridge individuals and families over to longer term transitional solutions.

Domestic Violence

Programs and services to save lives, empower victims and educate the community about issues of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Education

A multifaceted broad spectrum of educational services that are flexible and adaptable for the multiple and complex needs of children and adults. These services include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Early care and education
  • K-12 Education
  • Higher Education

Medical / Physical Health

A broad array of traditional and non-traditional medical and physical health services.  While providers of complementary alternative medicine may be included in the network, these services are often not covered by TRICARE, the VA or other insurers.

Social Services & Child Welfare

Services that address basic needs and improve the safety and living conditions of children, families and individuals. These services include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Child welfare
  • Emergency financial assistance
  • Housing assistance
  • Faith-based services

Substance Abuse / Polypharmacy

Therapy and support for persons with unhealthy pattern of substance use (including illicit and prescription drugs) that result in significant problems.

Transition/Reintegration

Programs and services that help individuals and families with reintegration or transition needs (such as returning from combat, transitioning from military to civilian life, etc.).

Workforce Readiness

Services that connect individuals and families to education, training and resources that empower them to long term stability.