Veteran Wellness Alliance Offers Trusted Care Through Check-In
Asking for help with an issue of mental or brain health can be hard. And, getting that help can be even harder. That’s why Veteran Wellness Alliance built Check-In.
Check-In is a user-friendly tool designed to connect veterans with high-quality, compassionate care for mental and brain health through a first-of-its-kind network of trusted peer-led organizations and service providers. Check-In empowers veterans to find the support and services they need to live happier, healthier, more successful lives—and to make sure veterans are treated like people, not case numbers, every step of the care journey.
The process is simple:
- Once you reach out, you will be assigned to a trained “Care Coordinator,” who will listen, answer any questions, and administer an initial intake screening.
- Then, the Care Coordinator will develop a personalized care plan, matching your unique needs to the programs and organizations best able to provide help.
- Lastly, the Care Coordinator will then assist in scheduling care, with treatment options ranging from outpatient and telehealth programs to intensive, in-person care programs. And, the Care Coordinator will continue to serve as an advisor and guide throughout your entire care journey.
If you currently reside in Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, or Washington DC, you are eligible to take part in Check-In.
This program is here and tailor made for you. To get connected, call (630) 522-4904, visit VWA online, or send an email to [email protected]. Reach out today and begin your your journey to improve your mental well-being and live a healthier, happier, more successful life.
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