Supportive Education for the Returning Veteran (SERV) is currently partnering with the Cleveland Stokes VA Medical Center to establish a nationally mandated Veterans Mental Health Council.
The mission of the council is to facilitate humane, quality, compassionate mental health services and provide education for Veterans and their families, to ensure that all Veterans, family members and partners feel comfortable using the Medical Center's mental health services. We will seek opportunities to partner with the Medical Center's mental health department and other community mental health organizations and improve the perception of mental health in the Northeast Ohio area. If you are a Veteran, family member or the member of a community mental health organization please join us at to kick off Cleveland's Veterans Mental Council
Summary of the August meeting; The election of officers and the group discussed access to care, and how to improve the veterans access. Dr. Julie Harmon spoke to the Executive Mental Health Council and resented the minutes and the Council’s discussion on mental
health access. The Executive Council was grateful for the suggestions.
See you at the next meeting:
7000 EUCLID AVENUE, SUITE 202
ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2014 1:00PM-3:00PM.
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The Veterans Research Group (VRG), a 501 (c) (3), supports veterans and veteran's families interested in higher education. VRG is the parent organization of Supportive Education for the Returning Veteran (SERV). SERV is a program designed to assist in creating a more veteran friendly college campus environment for our returning OEF-OIF service-members. Section T of the “Higher Education Opportunity Act” calls for model programs for Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success. SERV has been selected as one of the best programs in the country. (Nov 12, 2008 Wal-Mart Ace award). Cleveland State, a SERV school at the time was also selected for the Tillman Scholarship award.
21039 Goller Ave.
Euclid, Ohio 44119-1850