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Veterans Experience Office (VEO)

 

VEO Partnerships

Leaning Forward with Partnerships!
Fostering collective impact  —  Improving navigation and access  —  Enhancing experiences and results  —  Eliminating stovepipes and bridging gaps  —  Brainstorming solutions

VA Veterans Experience Office Community Catalyst Award

VEO is seeking submissions for the VEO Community Catalyst Award, an award recognizing outstanding achievement in developing innovative, scalable, community-based solutions that improve customer experience, outreach, and access to VA and non-VA services.

All organizations and teams with proven experience in developing innovative methods to engage communities; build coalitions; create a community-connected support system; and devise modern, customizable solutions to meet the needs of any community are encouraged to apply.

The top two organizations or teams will each be awarded $100,000.

Applications, available on Challenge.Gov, will be accepted November 1 – December 16, 2022.

Welcome to VEO Partnerships!

One of the Veterans Experience Office (VEO) goals is to create a community of practice with community partners allowing Veterans and their families across all eras and demographics to access community resources and care, improve the Veteran’s experience, and create a coordinated support system to make services easier, more effective, and delivered with positive emotion.

In support of the current VA Secretary’s priorities, VEO coordinates across the department to meet the health and benefits needs of our Veteran customers by establishing community-level, public and private partnerships to bridge gaps in services, foster knowledge exchange, and conduct outreach with underserved communities to support Veterans experiences.

Partnership Drivers
  • Customer Experience – Building Trust, Ease, Effectiveness, Emotion
  • Collective Impact
  • Outreach and Engagement
  • Holistic and Inclusive
  • Results Driven
  • Shared community, interests, and practices
  • Reach underserved communities
  • Increase access to VA health and benefits services
Partnership resource events, webinars, and Q&As with community and VA resources to support Veterans, families, caregivers, and survivors!

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Community Partnerships

If you want more information on our partner activities or to engage in a partnership with VA, please email VAVEOCommunications@va.gov.

Blue Star Families — With more than 150,000 members in our network, including in chapters and communities all over the world, Blue Star Families touches more than 1.5 million military family members every year. Through our research and program partnerships, Blue Star Families ensures that wherever American military families go, they can always feel connected, supported and empowered to thrive – in every community, across the nation, and around the globe.

Bob Woodruff Foundation — Shape programs that meet the emerging and long-term needs of today’s Veterans and their families with efficiency and evolving trends.

Code of Support Foundation and Patriot Link — Integrate service members, Veterans and families into a searchable, vetted, on-line platform called PATRIOTlink that makes one-on-one connections to resources and services.

Elizabeth Dole Foundation — Empower and support 5.5M caregivers through awareness, research, policy, and collaboration.

LinkedIn — Partnered with LinkedIn’s Military and Veterans Program to offer Fry Scholarship recipients and caregivers currently participating in VA’s Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC) cutting-edge resources and tools at no cost through a 1-year free premium subscription to LinkedIn with networking, employment, and learning opportunities.

Military and Veteran Caregiver Network | American Red Cross — The Military and Veteran Caregiver Network (MVCN) offers peer-based support and services to connect those providing care to service members and veterans living with wounds, illnesses, injuries and/or aging.

RallyPoint — Digital networking platform for the military and Veteran community to share information, connect members to tools, build peer to peer relationships, ask questions, and explore careers.

Student Veterans of America — Through a network of more than 1,500 on-campus chapters, Student Veterans of America ensures that student veterans and military-connected students achieve their greatest potential.

TAPS — The Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) offers compassionate care to all those grieving the loss of a loved one who died while serving in Armed Forces or as a result of service.

Team Red, White, and Blue — Connecting Veterans To Their Community Through Physical & Social Activity. Find A Chapter Near You & Start Connecting.

Vets Advocacy (Los Angeles) — Vets Advocacy is a privately funded, non-profit organization facilitating revitalization of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs West Los Angeles campus as a condition of the Valentini v Shinseki settlement.

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