We partner with military health influencers to create programs and opportunities for beneficiaries, which leads to improved family resiliency, increased readiness, higher productivity and lower healthcare costs.
Humana Military’s Military Health and Resilience office worked with United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County, specifically the Mission United program, on the sponsorship of a new report called “Greater San Antonio & Veteran Family Needs Assessment.” Based on a year-long study by the Center for a New American Security, the report made recommendations on how local institutions can best serve the San Antonio military community in the areas of health, housing, financial stability, education and social support.Learn more
Through partnership with Feeding Northeast Florida we offer mobile unit grocery access during a designated time. Military families may select to have groceries directly delivered or pick up prepackaged boxes from various pantries in Duval County. Also, we partner with Beaches Emergency Relief Ministry, hosting a pantry for service members to access every Tuesday, by appointment, during the designated time. Additionally, Yoga 4 Change offers two weekly family yoga classes to the active duty and veteran communities. The trauma informed classes are designed to meet the unique needs of active-duty military, Veterans, their families, and support systems.Learn more
Collective Impact Summits: There are an abundance of incredible resources available to the military community led by Military Service Organizations (MSOs), Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs) and government agencies. Our summits are designed to convene these community organizations to share the inspiring work they’re leading and identify how they might partner.
Military Health Advisory Boards (MHAB): The call to action from the summits is to participate in a MHAB, where military health influencers are invited to develop projects with shared importance to address health-related social needs. These projects are examples of the power of collective impact – that we are able to accomplish so much more together than on our own.
Through Military Health and Resilience, we look outside of our Humana Military walls to determine which community leaders are already working on improving the health of the military community and how we might act as a catalyst to bring together and lift up those existing programs.
Director of MHR, Humana Military
We cannot do this work alone. Does your organization have programs in place focused on improving the physical and mental health of the military community?
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