When our veterans finish their service and begin their transition into civilian life, they can face numerous challenges, both personal and professional. Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E) (formerly known as the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Program) service providers aim to provide resources and support to veterans as they pursue education, embark on new careers, and start businesses.
Like any organization working for the betterment of a particular community, support for veterans should be provided on the individual level. The ability to personalize services and support to the individual will have a greater impact than one-size-fits-all policies that might benefit some, but ultimately leave unique needs and circumstances unaddressed.
Below, we’ll explore how hands-on, case-by-case management of veteran populations can help caseworkers and organizations better serve those who have served us.