9 AmericaServes Locations Blogging about Improving the Lives of Veterans, Service Members and Their Families
- List of AmericaServes networks post-IPR blog posts
- List of AmericaServes networks recently launched posts
- List of AmericaServes networks posts highlighting providers
AmericaServes is the country’s first coordinated system of public, private, and non-profit organizations working together to serve Veterans, transitioning service-members, and their families. Today, AmericaServes has 14 locations across the country.The first network NYServes New York City launched in January 2015, recently starting its latest Serves network in December 2017.
Here’s a roundup of the latest posts from across the AmericaServes network, offering insights into the network performance, effectiveness, and highlight network providers.
AmericaServes Networks Post-IPR Blog Posts
To better serve the local military and veteran community, the NCServes RDU/Fayetteville network is expanding its area of service to support the entire central North Carolina region and will become NCServes Central Carolina.
NCServes Coastal shared photos from its one-year IPR meeting.
PAServes shared photos from its IPR with network providers.
The SCServes network posted that its network now has 41 providers. The two most requested services in this network have been housing (33.5%) and employment (18.5%).
AmericaServes Networks Recently Launched Blog Posts
NCServes shared the official launch of the 11th network of the AmericaServes initiative, NCServes – Western. NCServes Western is now the 4th one in North Carolina.
TXServes posted the announcement of AmericaServes 9th Network, TXServes – San Antonio. The Alamo region is Bexar County, which is the 6th-largest veteran population of all US counties.
RIServes is the newest AmericaServes network. To learn more about AmericaServes, visit their website at AmericaServes.org.
AmericaServes Network Posts Highlighting Providers
NYServes – New York City highlighted network partner, Northwell Health, which was featured in the New York Times for their story and video (see below) on their work with aquatic prosthetics for a returning USMC veteran.
WAServes spotlighted its provider Everyone for Veterans (EFV), which is a tax-exempt 501(C) (3) nonprofit organization connecting a qualified veteran or family member with a volunteer dentist. EFV also connects other volunteer businesses or individuals in the community with an eligible veteran in the area who needs some services or goods.