This collection brings together valuable insights from nonprofit organizations, foundations, and government agencies that work directly with veterans in communities across the country. The works collected here provide a deeper understanding of the problems many veterans and their families face and also potential solutions to address these very real challenges. The collection is broken into five key areas where veterans are facing obstacles and where nonprofits and foundations have been focusing their efforts.

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Veterans Treatment Courts in New York State: Progress and a Roadmap for Growth

November 1, 2017

This NYSHealth-produced policy brief examines the progress of Veterans Treatment Courts (VTCs) in New York State and lays out a roadmap for expanding VTCs across the State and nationally.

New York Veterans’ Health Insurance Coverage under the Affordable Care Act and Implications of Repeal and Replace

October 18, 2017

A new NYSHealth data brief, based on a report by the RAND Corporation, examines the New York-specific impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)—and potential effects of its repeal—on veterans' health care and insurance coverage.

A Needs Assessment of New York State Veterans

January 25, 2011

Provides quantitative and qualitative assessments of services Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families need and a resources guide. Calls for broader coordination of care beyond the VA, better outreach, and multi-pronged approach to mental health.

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