Hamilton Center, Inc. has been designated Military "friendly" by the IVBHN

L-R Kathy L. Cook, President and CEO of ASPIN, Mel Burks, CEO Hamilton Center, Bob Strange, Project Director IBVHN
(L-R Kathy L. Cook, President and CEO of ASPIN, Mel Burks, CEO Hamilton Center, Bob Strange, Project Director IBVHN)

Hamilton Center, Inc. has been designated Military "friendly" by the Indiana Veterans Behavioral Health Network (IVBHN) and has received a designation of 4-stars out of a possible four star standard. In order to receive military-friendly designation, a behavioral health provider organization must meet specified criteria that address veteran and family support, veteran demographics, staff development, organizational structure, outreach, and marketing strategies.

Hamilton Center, Inc. CEO, Mel Burks received this honor at the ASPIN quarterly board meeting in Indianapolis, IN. Hamilton Center received this designation for its Bloomfield Office's Veteran's tele-health program, in addition to several processes and policies demonstrating corporate commitment to serving the Armed Forces. The Hamilton Center 2012 Annual Dinner, highlighted Veteran's services, honored families and enlisted, and unveiled assertive Hamilton Center initiatives to notify the community of, and outreach to Veteran service sites in our immediate vicinity such as Col. Bonte's, 181st Air Wing command.

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