Plenty of resources for veterans but little coordination, Syracuse study finds

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BY MARK BRUNSWICK

A new study suggests that plenty of resources are available for veterans struggling in their post-miliary transition. However, there is poor coordination among the programs.

Produced by Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families, the report advocates for a “collective impact” approach to solving the problem. That means communities working in partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs, other government agencies and private industry.

The report says veterans as consumers should be able to find faster, more personalized and more simplified ways to hire vetsnavigate through different service providers without encountering the usual barriers.

Any failures in how things now work are not necessarily the result of a lack of resources.

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