Pennsylvania shines in promoting new Veterans outreach

Oct 2, 2017
Network of Care

PITTSBURGH, PA. (Oct. 2, 2017) – The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania recently adopted the Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans & Their Families in each of its counties. This highly successful Web-based program, launched in California and Maryland, has spread to many states across the country. 

The Network of Care is a locally customized Web portal that brings together all pertinent information for service members, veterans and their families from every source – federal, state and local. This one-stop shop makes it far easier for veterans to find available programs and services, support, networking, news and quite a bit more.

In addition to the governor’s statewide press event to launch the Network of Care in November 2016, many members of the Legislature are hosting local launch events to better inform their constituents of this valuable service.

The latest event, held Sept. 13 at the Southwestern Veterans’ Center in Pittsburgh, was hosted by State Sen. Randy Vulakovich (R-40), with State Sen. Jay Costa (D-43) also in attendance. 

The Network of Care currently serves 638 communities in 27 states and can be easily replicated anywhere in the country. Here is a short YouTube demo on the Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans & Their Families.
 
For more information or to schedule a Web demo, please contact Eric Butler at EButler@trilogyir.com or (415) 458-5900.