Our Vision Is That:
Every Service-Member, Veteran, and their family can easily access the full range of comprehensive services required to achieve their unique goals; and to provide a first-class service experience to match the Service-Member and Veterans' first class military service.
1 Year Anniversary in Progress Review & Holiday Luncheon
Local leaders, stakeholders, providers and Veterans gathered to celebrate the 1 year anniversary of NCServes-Coastal. The hard work, commitment and dedication of dozens of individuals and organizations has not only allowed the Coastal region to better serve 700 families, but has put Coastal Carolina on the map as a leader in Veteran service delivery. During this event, NCServes-Coastal shared the report on the Network's performance against its first year qualitative and quantitative goals, provided an overview of our Veteran Family demographics and service delivery data, as well as, provided recent updates and developments of the network and answered any questions or inquiries. This was not only a celebration of the progress the community has made but, it was an opportunity to discuss where the Network is headed and how partnerships and organizations can be a part of this exciting future for our Veterans, Service Members and families.
Who We Are
Eastern Carolina Human Services Agency, Inc., is the resource and coordination center for the NCServes-Coastal Market. ECHSA, Inc., fosters a collaboration of services for Service-Members, Veterans and their families in 20 counties. The NCServes-Coastal network includes providers offering a comprehensive range of services, such as: Benefits, Clothing & Household Goods, Education, Employment, Food, Health, Housing, Individual & Family Support Services, Legal, Money Management, Social Enrichment, Spiritual Enrichment, Sports/Recreation, Transportation, and Utilities.
What We Do
The NCServes-Coastal network utilizes a shared software platform that connects all participating providers in order to make referrals and track outcomes. Military and Veteran families residing in Onslow, New Hanover, Craven, Brunswick, Carteret, Pender, Columbus, Beaufort, Sampson, Duplin, Bladen, Pamlico, Jones, Hyde, Pitt, Greene, Wilson, Wayne, Lenoir, and Robeson Counties now have easier access to the services they need and deserve.
How It Works
Step 1: Veteran/Military Family Engagement
Individuals looking for services can utilize the NCServes-Coastal Network in four different ways: The Veteran/Military Family can complete an intake at the coordination center, complete a referral at a network provider office, self-refer via the web, or by phone.
Step 2: NCServes Coordination Center evaluates the Veteran/Military family needs and goals.
Step 3: NCServes Coordination Center sends the referral to the appropriate network provider who can best address those needs and goals.
Why Should You Join?
We provide services for which you are eligible.
We do the homework for you.
We decode the eligibility requirements for you.
Our network providers work together which means you only have to provide your information once.