Administered by CIR, the collaborative comprises community stakeholders and representatives from more than 400 organizations coordinating services and addressing needs of veterans and military families in the Los Angeles area.
Commissioned by Volunteers of America, CIR researched the economic and employment challenges confronting U.S. veterans, along with the best practices that can help veterans find and retain meaningful, living-wage jobs.
Along with the Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare, CIR developed a Call to Action to end homelessness among our nation’s female veterans with an approach that focuses on prevention and early intervention.
What CIR Does
Through education and training, innovation, research and partnerships, CIR bridges the gap between military and civilian communities. The center guides behavioral health practitioners, develops new technologies, informs policymakers, builds community networks and produces research with real-world applications.