It takes more than one program or one organization to create successful outcomes for veterans and their families, it’s a team effort, leveraging the expertise and skills of a network to ensure that veterans succeed in the communities where they live.
Since our inception, we have built and maintained a network of like-minded partners to address the obstacles facing veterans. Our partners span the veteran ecosystem: state and local governments, the Federal Government, private sector business and industry, faith-based organizations, academia, labor unions, veteran support organizations, and other non-profits.
A Center of Excellence
As a Center of Excellence, Dixon Center provides and coordinates resource-sharing covering leadership, diversity and inclusion, and network development in the veterans and military family sector.
Military and Veterans Partnership
In addition to the service network, Dixon Center has established our Military and Veterans Partnership (MVP) network. The MVP consists of partners with proven, transparent, and measurable track records of success in providing direct services to veterans and their families. Focus is placed on partners who deliver services at the community level and have expertise in training and employment, wellness, and affordable housing.
By advancing impact via service networks we can build capacity for services without starting from scratch. It’s about increasing the impact of existing programs to better address the evolving needs of veterans and their families.