Public education is an important part of the mission of the Peak Military Care Network. We work to provide the military and veteran 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.

Give! 2018: Peak Military Care Network

Peak Military Care Network’s the help line for military, veterans and families to call

One telephone number is all a local military member, family or veteran needs, because they never “should do it alone when they need help,” said members of the nonprofit Peak Military Care Network at the second annual Honoring the Brave Day Breakfast.

The clearinghouse number to find resources: 719-577-7417 (

More than 525 people were on hand to support the group, its board and its navigation team Nov. 16 at The Broadmoor, where an estimated $93,000 was raised. PMCN has 45 government and nonprofit member agencies, said Kate Hatten, president/CEO, and calls for service by August already had surpassed the 2017 total of 1,200.

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Network Puts Help for Veterans Just a Phone Call Away

Peak Military Care Network Launches Veteran Program

Hospitalized veteran gets a helping hand from two Colorado Springs businesses

Suicide Try at Colorado Springs VA Clinic Prompts Support Conversation

United Health Foundation, Peak Military Care Network Partner to Strengthen Support for Service Members, Veterans and their Families at Event Honoring Military Families


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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