Sunrise Recovery Ranch is proud to serve members of the U.S. military community who are seeking behavioral health treatment through the Department of Veterans Affairs Community Care Network.
What Is the Community Care Network?
In 2018, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Community Care Network (CCN) was created to link the VA with trusted providers across the United States and U.S. territories.
The goal was to provide veterans with easier access to the behavioral healthcare they needed with minimal delay. With the development of the CCN, veterans can receive treatment at any VA facility or authorized provider near them.
The VA is divided into six different regions across all 50 states as well as several U.S. territories. Third-party administrators (TPAs) have contracts with the VA to promote transparency and improve communication between the regions. TPAs are in charge of serving and administering their assigned regions within the VA.
Currently, the VA has contracts with Optum Public Sector Solutions Inc. and TriWest Healthcare Alliance, serving five of its regions, while the sixth region is still uncontracted.
Sunrise Recovery Ranch is located in a region served by TriWest Healthcare Alliance.
In 1996, TriWest Healthcare Alliance, also known as TriWest, was established to provide behavioral health support to active-duty military members and veterans seeking services through TRICARE.
In 2019, the VA formed its contract with TriWest, allowing it to serve as the TPA for Region 4 of the CCN. Region 4 includes 12 states in the western United States as well as Hawaii.
In 2020, the VA added TriWest as the TPA for Region 5, which includes Ala
Treatment Programming Through the CCN
Sunrise Recovery Ranch is proud to be a trusted provider for veterans seeking substance use disorder treatment as well as treatment for co-occurring mental health concerns such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, and depression.
Our services for military members and veterans include:
- Medication management
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Experiential therapies
Veterans can expect to receive judgment-free support in our programming. They will have the opportunity to collaborate with our expert team on their treatment plan, receiving the personalized, trauma-informed care they need.
We understand that navigating the Community Care Network can be overwhelming. Our compassionate team works with veterans who are seeking behavioral health treatment through the CCN, answering any questions and addressing any concerns they may have.
For more information about our behavioral health services and getting care through the CCN, please contact our team, and we can help you through the process.