Hawai'i Launches Hawai'i Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans & Their Families Statewide
August 16, 2012
Network of Care
HONOLULU – The Mental Health Transformation State Incentive Grant and the Hawai‘i Department of Health has launched a breakthrough Web solution for individuals, families and agencies concerned with veterans’ issues. The Hawai’i Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans & Their Families (www.Hawaii.NetworkofCare.org) is an online information place that provides critical information, communication and advocacy tools with a single point of entry. It ensures there is “No Wrong Door” for those navigating the system of veterans’ services.
Regardless of where veterans, service members, and their families begin their search for assistance and services, the Hawai’i Network of Care ensures they will find what they need. The Hawai’i Network of Care provides a comprehensive Service Directory of all service providers in Hawai’i, putting people in touch with the right services at the right time. The Hawai’i Network of Care also provides easy-to-search libraries and vital information about crisis intervention, employment, education, and reintegration points of contact, as well as daily news articles from around the nation concerning veterans’ issues.
The new Web site will enable veterans, service members, and their families to educate themselves about their issues; understand current policy initiatives and advocate directly to elected officials, and better manage their affairs, interactions and important records.
To increase accessibility and accommodate the Network of Care’s users, the site’s innovative technology provides near-universal access, regardless of literacy or income level, to Web-based services through a text-only version of the site and other adaptive technologies. The Network of Care also provides key information in multiple languages.
Trilogy Integrated Resources, Inc., of San Rafael, Calif., created, developed and maintains the Network of Care for Service Members, Veterans & Their Families, and all of the other Network of Care Web sites, including the Network of Care for Seniors & People with Disabilities; the Network of Care for Behavioral Health; the Network of Care for Kids (ages 0-5); the Network of Care for Children & Families (ages 0-18); the Network of Care for Domestic Violence; the Network of Care for Public Health Assessment and Wellness; and the Network of Care for Probation Services.
Trilogy, the leading information provider in the field of social services, now serves 25 states via the Network of Care. For more information, please contact Trilogy at 415-458-5900 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.