Crestwyn Behavioral Health is proud to serve United States military veterans who are seeking treatment for mental health concerns and substance use disorders. We offer this care through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Community Care Network (CCN).
What Is the Community Care Network?
Created in 2018, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Community Care Network (CCN) links the VA with healthcare providers in communities throughout the nation.
The VA’s objective is to help veterans get the behavioral healthcare they need as quickly as possible. The CCN allows military veterans to easily find treatment at any VA facility or from other authorized providers in their areas.
The CCN is made up of six regional networks that include thoroughly vetted treatment providers for residents of the United States and all its territories.
The VA worked with several third-party administrators (TPAs) to develop all six regions and ensure quality services. These include Optum Public Sector Solutions Inc. and TriWest Healthcare Alliance.
Crestwyn Behavioral Health falls within Region 3 of the Community Care Network, meaning that it is served by Optum Public Sector Solutions Inc., commonly referred to as Optum.
Optum received a contract in 2018 from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to serve as the third-party administrator (TPA) for three regions. They include states in the central, northeastern, and southeastern areas of the United States, as well as the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Navigating the CCN
Crestwyn Behavioral Health is committed to providing individualized services that meet each military veteran’s needs so that they can heal. This includes helping them navigate the Community Care Network (CCN) and understand the treatment options that are available to them.
Our team is available 24/7 to answer any questions about our services for military veterans and receiving care through the CCN. To find out more, contact us today.