Veterans Providers

Veteran Resources

Our veteran resources include the following:

Collective Impact

Collective impact initiatives unite groups of actors from different sectors through a formalized, long-term commitment and common agenda to address a particular social problem. Unlike public-private partnership models that are often confined to the delivery or production of a single public good or service, collective impact models engage the full range of stakeholders around a specific social issue of great need.
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Discussion Board

The Discussion Board will be a place to promote connectivity among members and a place to post events specific to the community of practice. Members can make posts and create topics of discussion.
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MC101

Military Culture 101 addresses the growing evidence that suggests only a small percentage of veterans engaging in services with community providers feel these services are responsive, respectful and delivered within a framework that understands the nuances of military culture.
Learn more about Military Culture 101 »

V-Start

The Veterans Strategic Analysis and Research Tool (V-START) is a data visualization tool. V-START consolidates veteran demographic, education, socioeconomic, and unemployment data into a user-friendly interface that allows users to quickly analyze and explore geographic areas of interest to uncover trends and inform decisions related to veteran programs and services.
Go to V-START »

Transparency Report

IVMF has been working alongside providers, funders and communities around the U.S. to establish the AmericaServes network, and transform the delivery of services, resources and care to our nation’s veterans, service members, and their families. Three years later, we are excited to see the impact AmericaServes is having on the way providers are working together, coordinating across sectors, service categories and geographies to improve the service delivery experience for the military-connected community.
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IVMF

The Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University (IVMF) is the first interdisciplinary national institute in higher education focused on the social, economic, education and policy issues impacting veterans and their families post-service. Through our focus on delivering world-class programs and services to service members, veterans, and their families, the Institute provides the nation with impactful analysis of the challenges facing the community, captures and applies best practices, and serves as a national forum to facilitate new partnerships and strong relationships between these individuals and the organizations committed to serving their needs. AmericaServes is driven by the IVMF.
Go to The IVMF Website »

Requests for Proposals

AmericaServes is constantly expanding. Keep an eye on this page for Future Requests for Proposals (RFPs).
Requests For Proposals »

Find your AmericaServesNetwork

AmericaServes is constantly adding new locations. Switch over to the other side of the website, click on the locations dropdown and find the network closest to you!
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