Unique in geographic scope and coverage, the Southeast Regional Community of Practice represents a well-connected group of providers across the Carolinas. Four regional NCServes networks and SCServes now cover much of the key population and installation communities across the Carolinas.
A well-known and respected community partner serves as the coordinating provider in each of the North Carolina and South Carolina communities.
First, NCServes – Metrolina launched in 2015 in Charlotte in partnership with the Veterans Bridge Home.
Then, in 2016, NCServes – Central Carolina and NCServes – Coastal launched in partnership with USO of North Carolina and the Eastern Carolina Human Services Agency.
The state’s fourth network, NCServes – Western, launched in August 2017 in partnership with the Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry.
Alongside this statewide effort, the regional partnership with SCServes expands this reach even further. SCServes launched in 2016. Augusta Warrior Project serves the community as the coordinating provider, supporting a network that encompasses 11 counties considered the Lowcountry of South Carolina.
Together the five coordination centers across the Carolinas work together to improve upon their service delivery to veterans, service members and their families.