Cohen Veterans Network Celebrates Two-Year Anniversary by Opening Two New Clinics

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Significant satisfaction and improvement scores across 6,000 clients, driven by access and removing barriers to care, continue to be CVN’s hallmarks

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We are pleased to be helping fill the gaps in the nation’s mental health care system to save lives and help repay our veterans for their service to this country.

The Cohen Veterans Network, a national not for profit philanthropic organization, celebrated its second anniversary by opening new clinics in Denver and Killen, Texas. Since its founding, CVN has provided life-saving mental health care to more than 6,000 clients. The network now has 10 Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinics open with the promise of several additional locations by the end of 2018. The clinics provide high-quality, tailored mental health care with very low wait times.

“We are pleased to be helping fill the gaps in the nation’s mental health care system to save lives and help repay our veterans for their service to this country,” said Steve Cohen, Cohen Veterans Network Founder. “We are partnering with community providers and the VA in local markets to deliver this crucial care to those who need it most.”

The new Cohen Clinics in Denver (May 14) and Killeen, TX (May 18) will each hold public grand opening events next week.

“We are thrilled to be achieving what our founder Steve Cohen set out for us. We are getting our clients back to better, and by using evidence-based treatment our clinics are seeing great results,” said Dr. Anthony Hassan, Cohen Veterans Network President & CEO. “Moving forward, we will continue to assess the landscape and innovate to serve veterans across the country.”

The latest Cohen Veterans Network outcomes data shows continued strong improvements among clients around the network on issues such as PTSD, anxiety, and depression. At intake 27% of all clients reported poor or very poor satisfaction with their quality of life (Q-LES-Q SF) while after treatment 86% of the clients reported that they were satisfied with their quality of life.

Access to care continues to be a top priority for the network and 95% of all clients indicate they had a first appointment as soon as they want it. Another 96% of clients are satisfied with the quality of therapy they received.
Download the entire April 2018 client outcomes data packet here.

There are now four Cohen Clinics located in the state of Texas: Dallas, Killeen, San Antonio and El Paso. The San Antonio clinic was first to publicly launch, in May of 2016. The Cohen Veterans Network also treats clients throughout the state of Texas with CVN Telehealth.

The other clinic locations are: New York, Philadelphia, Silver Spring MD, Fayetteville NC, Clarksville TN and Denver. The network was launched in April 2016 with a $275M commitment from Cohen to open 25 clinics over five years.


The Cohen Veterans Network is a 501(c)(3) national not for profit philanthropic organization for post-9/11 veterans and their families. CVN focuses on improving mental health outcomes, with a goal to build a network of outpatient mental health clinics for veterans and their families in high-need communities, in which trained clinicians deliver holistic evidence-based care to treat mental health conditions. Learn more about the Cohen Veterans Network.



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