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Afshin Khosravi,  the CEO of Trilogy Integrated Resources talks to us about the history, methodology and resources provided by the Veterans Network of Care portal, a resource repository for active duty service members, veterans and their families. NetworkOfCare.org provides a comprehensive directory  of resources spanning many states and counties, and empowers them with accessible information built from the ground up using local community resources.
The Network of Care portals are available not only for Veterans but also for many other members of the general population…

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The Network of Care is a highly interactive, locally based Web portal that can be used by service members; military families, veterans, and those who support them (such as community-based organizations and local and state governments) to quickly access a wide variety of important information relating to local, state and national social services.

The following organizations are either Network of Care partners or have recommended national deployment:

  • National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors
  • National Association of County Mental Health and Developmental Disability Directors
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness
  • Mental Health America
  • National Association of County Veterans Service Officers
  • National Association of Counties
  • National Association of State Directors of Veterans Affairs
  • National Association of County Human Services Administrators

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The following article was mentioned in the podcast. The Veterans Network of Care helps address this problem by empowering Veterans to find resources more readily.

Not enough psychiatrists for Veterans
At San Diego VA, mental health patients have more than doubled since 2002 but staffing has lagged behind
San Diego Union Tribune – Jeanette Steele | 5:19 p.m. Sept. 16, 2015

 

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