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Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center Plans to Use Telehealth

By June 29, 2015 October 18th, 2019 No Comments

Moultrie News–

In partnership with Goodwill Industries, The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center celebrates the grand opening of its new Community Resource and Referral Center (CRRC). The new resource center will help the Medical Center and the community better meet the needs of our homeless Veteran population in the Charleston area. The mission of the center is to provide one stop service centers in collaboration with local community and government partners to serve both homeless Veterans and Veterans at risk for homelessness and their families. VA on-site services will include: Healthcare for Homeless Veterans: walk-in clinic, eligibility and enrollment, outreach and intake service, short and long-term case management, assessment for VA grant per diem: transitional housing, assessment for HUD VA Supported Housing: permanent supported housing, telehealth services to VA Outpatient Clinics and educational groups. Community partners include but are not limited to: Goodwill Industries, One 80 Place Supportive Services for Veterans Families, Family Services, Inc., South Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation, Charleston County School District Office of Adult Education, Social Security Administration, Lowcountry Homeless Coalition and Veterans Benefits Administration.

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