When a loved one serves in our military, it is a family affair. Service often means extended periods of time away from family for training, assignments and deployments. That time away takes a toll on both service members and those who love them. And, when the unimaginable happens – an injury or traumatic event encountered in the line of duty – recovery often means that family members take on a brand new title and role – that of caregiver.
UnitedHealthcare is the largest investor in a new mixed-use affordable-housing development officially opening this week that brings 74 apartments and a grocery store to the heart of downtown Albuquerque.
Community leaders, investment partners and new residents celebrated the The Springs II, the second phase of an apartment community in McCall that brings additional homes to help address a need for more affordable housing.
Families in Alachua County have a new option for oral health services with the official opening of the Southwest Dental Clinic, located in the Linton Oaks neighborhood, by the Florida Department of Health in Alachua County.
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New Jersey Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno spoke during a forum to raise awareness about the complexities of managing veterans’ health where a $1.35 million partnership grant was announced.
United Health Foundation helps Partnership for Strong Communities (PSC) expand the Opening Doors-CT Hospital Initiative, coordinating a network of Community Care Teams (CCTs) in five additional Connecticut hospitals.
Struggling military veterans will have access to new housing and resources to help end the cycle of homelessness, as construction is now underway for a new, affordable-housing community in Minneapolis.
A new initiative to train and support military caregivers is in the works, thanks to a new Blue Star Families program funded by a $750,000 grant from United Health Foundation.