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About The Veteran Providers’ Coalition of Sedgwick County

The Veteran Providers’ Coalition of Sedgwick County (HISTORY)was first named and formed as Veteran Providers’ Coalition (VPC) in January of 2015 and held its first meeting February 20th. Soon after VPC combined members with the Sedgwick County Veteran’s Coalition becoming The Veteran Providers’ Coalition of Sedgwick County.

The sponsoring agency was The Veterans Advocacy Council for Behavioral Health, an INDEPENDENT Council working with The Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center and the coalition was formed in conjunction with several partnering agencies:

  • Vet-to-Vet Compeer Support Program/(MHA)
  • Wichita Vet Center
  • VA Medical Center
  • COMCARE
  • Veteran Services Organizations
  • Workforce Alliance of South Central Kansas
  • Veterans Upward Bound
  • Student Veterans Organization
  • Inter-Faith Ministries
  • United Methodist Open Door
  • Salvation Army
  • Catholic Charities
  • Breakthrough Club
  • and Project Independence…

Chairman of The Veterans Advocacy Council for Behavioral Health, and Mrs. Gnefkow

Mr. Hutchison, Chairman of The Veterans Advocacy Council for Behavioral Health, and Mrs. Gnefkow, Director of Compeer, MHA (Vet-to-Vet Support Program) worked a year long alliance to bring together 17 services providers in Sedgwick County to form a Coalition now known as The Veteran Providers’ Coalition of Sedgwick County (VPCSC).

About The Veteran Providers’ Coalition of Sedgwick County