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"There is light at the end of the tunnel if you ask for help"

Laureen and Steve reached out to Peak Military Care Network (PMCN) for assistance with paying their utility bill. They are both veterans: Laureen served in the United States Army, and Steve served in the United States Marine Corps.
Steve is a combat veteran, drafted in November of 1971 and was discharged in 1975. Steve mentioned he is a very prideful man "and to reach out for help is real hard."  He retired from the workforce early due to physical conditions and is on a fixed income, receiving social security with no other benefits. His wife, Laureen, is currently job searching. With her Bachelor's in social work and starting her Master's, she is hoping to continue to network with people she knows in the community to find something to help with the budget. "We were struggling. We had extra family members [move in with us], we had people who were renting from us who have had trouble paying us, and we needed help with our utility bill. Being a veteran and my husband being a veteran, we wanted to come here and see if you guys [could] help us." Laureen found out about PMCN through calling 2-1-1.
2018 VA Mental Health Summit 

To best meet the mental health needs of Veterans, communities across the country are strengthening networks of support by building new connections and sharing resources.
The Department of Veterans Affairs, Eastern Colorado Health Care System is committed to advancing these partnerships and will be hosting a day-long Summit to further that vision. Please join us on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 from 7:30am-4:00pm at the Penrose House, 1661 Mesa Ave, Colorado Springs 80906.
This second annual Mental Health Community Summit is themed Bridges to Wellness. Community organizations, VA providers, and Veterans and their families are invited to attend plenary sessions, break-out discussions, and poster presentations, highlighting the best methods and resources for promoting Veteran mental health.

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Keys to Progress

Since the start of Progressive's Keys to Progress® program in 2013, Progressive has donated considerable time and resources to provide more than 500 veterans with reliable transportation so they can get back on the road and move forward in life. Progressive also donated vehicles to veteran organizations dedicated to military-focused community outreach and, in 2018, gave away their first commercial truck to help a veteran fulfill his dream of becoming an entrepreneur and starting his own owner-operator business.
The program's main event is a one-day giveaway held at Progressive offices and affiliated vehicle repair facility locations across the United States. The 6th annual Keys to Progress vehicle giveaway event will be held on November 8, 2018, with the goal of giving away another 100+ vehicles to veterans and their families and veteran organizations.

Fox21 KRXM Golf Tournament 

PMCN would like to thank Fox21 and their amazing team for choosing PMCN as their Charity Golf Tournament beneficiary. With the help of their sponsors, players and raffle they raised $5,858 for PMCN to continue connecting service members, veterans and their families to the highest quality resources provided by our trusted community partners. We appreciate the entire Fox21 team!
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Thank you to the United Health Foundation for being a major sponsor of PMCN
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