The Veterans Affairs Community Care Network (CCN) was created to help provide better and more accessible care to veterans who can’t receive VA treatment. That could be due to a veteran’s location in some cases or because the VA doesn’t provide the needed treatment or care. Physicians, facilities and other healthcare practitioners are part of the CCN. They are external providers that may offer more services than the VA can deliver. This includes addiction and mental health treatment and services.
What Is the VA Community Care Network (CCN)?
The Community Care Network connects veterans who receive VA healthcare with providers who aren’t part of the VA. The network is a way to deliver primary and specialty healthcare services. The VA can schedule appointments on behalf of eligible veterans, or the veteran can request the treatment and then schedule it at a participating provider they choose if they’re in the network. The Recovery Village Cherry Hill at Cooper is one of these in-network providers where a veteran can choose to receive addiction treatment services and mental healthcare.
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