Who is Peak Military Care Network?

Hi! We are Peak Military Care Network, also known as PMCN. We are a non-profit in the Pikes Peak Region that connects service members, veterans and their families to the highest quality resources provided by our trusted community partners.

So, what does that mean exactly?

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PMCN Generalist Navigators, Kelli Kisker, active duty U.S. Army Spouse, and Christian Nunez, U.S. Army Veteran.

PMCN is a call-in, web-based, and walk-in referral service. Active duty service members, members of the National Guard and Reserves, veterans and their families can contact us for any issue or question they may have. PMCN assists individuals with financial struggles, service members transitioning from active duty, children with intellectual or physical disabilities, employment and housing issues, spouse employment, VA benefits and so much more. The PMCN Generalist Navigators listen to the person’s initial need and then connects them to the community agencies they are eligible for and best serve them. Once the initial need is met, the navigators will work with them on any other assistance the community can provide. PMCN looks at the holistic needs of the individual or family to ensure they thrive in our community.

The Peak Military Care NETWORK is made up of 45 partner agencies who are trusted, vetted and low to no cost organizations. These partners receive training on military and veteran culture, behavioral health issues, military, VA, and other community resources in order to better assist service members, veterans and their families. PMCN recognizes that needs and services often overlap, so we have developed a service framework that takes a holistic approach to understanding and meeting the needs of our military and veteran community. Our partners provide a broad range of services to support the whole individual and family. Explore our 45 partners here.

Whether you are in a crisis and need immediate support, or you have questions about our community and what resources are available to you, PMCN will be your guide. Call 719-577-7417 to speak with a navigator or email us at info@pmcn.org.

Learn more about PMCN online: www.pmcn.org

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