UnitedHealth Group is honored to serve U.S. military service members, veterans, and their families through a highly diversified, comprehensive array of services.
We support service members, veterans, and their families through partnerships, volunteer opportunities, and community service initiatives.
We are dedicated to applying our leading innovations, data analytics and expertise to serve military members, veterans and their families.
In support of those who serve, or have served, and their families, we provide access to career opportunities and programs.
Expanding Child Development Programs for Military Families A new partnership and grant will help the Armed Services YMCA Camp Pendleton increase capacity and improve curriculum at the Fisher Children’s Center at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton.
Lessons on Choosing a Career Path in Nursing from the Navy’s Former Highest-Ranking Nurse As the highest-ranking nurse in the Navy before her retirement as a rear admiral in 2013, UnitedHealthcare’s Elizabeth “Betsy” Niemyer built a career of exceptional accomplishments.
New Report: Health of Women Who Have Served United Health Foundation released the America’s Health Rankings Health of Women Who Have Served Report. This report, created in partnership with the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), establishes a baseline representation of the health of women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces compared to women without military service.
New Housing Community Provides Hope for Veterans Struggling with Homelessness An important milestone was recently reached in helping end homelessness among military veterans in Minnesota with the opening of Veterans East, a new 100-unit apartment community adjacent to the Veterans Hospital near Fort Snelling in Minneapolis.
A Home-Away-From-Home for Military Families In 2015, United Health Foundation teamed up Fisher House Foundation to build the first home for military families at the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton in California. Following is a Q&A about our partnership with Fisher House Foundation.
A Conversation With Give an Hour President Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen UnitedHealth Group partners with Give an Hour, to ensure our nation's heroes and their families have access to the health care services they deserve.
Supporting a 21st Century Health Workforce: One Military Spouse's Journey Programs like the National Military Family Association’s (NMFA) Military Spouse Scholarship and Professional Support Program help military spouses with their educational pursuits and career development.
UnitedHealthcare Partners With the Henry M. Jackson Foundation to Honor 2017 Heroes of Military Medicine On May 4, the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine and Chairman Sponsor UnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans hosted the 2017 Heroes of Military Medicine Awards dinner in Washington, D.C.
Making an Important Connection for Our Nation’s Heroes After serving multiple tours of duty in Iraq with the U.S. Army, Shawn Durnen returned to the U.S. and found it difficult to transition back to his former life. A friend soon referred him to Give an Hour, an organization that provides free mental health services to military members, veterans and their families.
Creating Innovative Tools to Care for Military Caregivers For many military caregivers, the need to suddenly provide intensive care for a loved one can be daunting – there's no time for advanced training and the emotional toll can be draining. That's where Blue Star Families steps in to help – providing support, training and resources.
Helping 700,000 Military Kids Cope With Change…There’s an App for That Operation: Reach provides an online platform to engage military kids using mobile apps and an interactive game that focuses on coping with change.
Built for Better Health Means High-Quality Care for Our Military Service Members, Veterans, and their Families At UnitedHealth Group, we are on a mission to meet the unique needs of service members, veterans, and their families.
Evaluating the Health of Those Who Have Served Today the newest America's Health Rankings report on the health of those who have served in the United States Armed Forces was released by United Health Foundation in partnership with the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA).
Fisher House Camp Pendleton: A Home of Healing and Hope Fisher House is a place to heal, a place to comfort, and a place to call home for our nation's service members, veterans and their family members.
Peak Military Care Network: Celebrating and Supporting the Military and Their Families To help serve the Pikes Peak region of Colorado, UnitedHealth Group is developing partnerships with organizations that are dedicated to meeting the distinct health care needs of service members, veterans and their families.
Blue Star Families and United Health Foundation Launch Initiative to Train and Support Military Caregivers A new initiative to train and support military caregivers is in the works, thanks to a new Blue Star Families program funded by a $750,000 grant from United Health Foundation.