Archived News

Public education is an important part of the mission of the Peak Military Care Network. We work with journalists to provide the military community, and citizens throughout the region, with information about the challenges facing those who have served our nation, as well as the ways in which we can all offer support.

Colorado Springs-Area Nonprofits Promote #GivingTuesday

Guest Opinion: Initiative to help employers hire 30,000 veterans

$800,000 Grant Gives Boosts to Pikes Peak Region 

PMCN and United Health Foundation Partner to Strengthen Support for Service Members

PMCN Profiled in County Health Rankings & Roadmaps: Community In Action

National Homeland Defense Foundation Assumes New Name: Peak Military Care Network

VA Announces Campaign to Increase Veterans’ Economic Potential in Colorado Springs

PMCN bringing non-profits, veterans together

Bennet calls for suicide prevention efforts in letter to VA

Peak Military Care Network awarded major grant by The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Older News:

National League of Cities
City Practices Brief, p. 7
November 2012
City models to ensure all veterans have a place to call home.

Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments starts pilot program
Pikes Peak Courier View
November 21, 2012
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Military, vets get site
Colorado Springs Independent
November 21, 2012
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Safety net of care sought for troops, vets
The Gazette
November 19, 2012
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New program aims to help veterans after deployment
November 13, 2012
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New resource connection for Pikes Peak vets
November 13, 2012
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New plan to help vets find work after war
Fox News
November 27, 2011
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Op-Ed by Senator Michael Bennet
Colorado Springs Gazette
November 10, 2011
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