Telemental Health Company Partners with Veteran Caregivers During COVID-19 Pandemic

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MyAdvisor and Yellow Ribbon Fund (YRF) launches new program to offer mental health and care coordination services to over 1,500 veteran caregivers.

MyAdvisor, a holistic wellness technology company powered by Three Wire Systems, LLC (Three Wire), is uniting with the Yellow Ribbon Fund (YRF) to offer mental health and care coordination services to over 1,500 veteran caregivers that work with the organization. By continuing an ongoing partnership to launch a new initiative throughout the global COVID-19 pandemic, MyAdvisor and YRF hope to help alleviate the mental health burdens faced by veteran caregivers during this time.

Three Wire first began serving military personnel and veterans in 2007 when the veteran-owned business began VetAdvisor, a program that provides comprehensive wellness solutions that protect, support and advocate for our nation’s heroes. In 2019, it expanded its offerings to private sector employees to provide wellness, career development, financial literacy and navigational advocacy support. Additionally, as an American Association of Suicidology (AAS) Certified crisis center, care coordinators are trained to identify crisis situations and take the appropriate steps to assess and triage services for individuals.

In the past year, the company has over doubled in growth, employing more than 200 representatives who answer more than 40,000 calls a month out of its coordinated care facilities in Pennsylvania.

YRF is a veteran service organization. Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, YRF provides housing and transportation to severely wounded, ill and injured post-9/11 service members from every branch of the U.S. military. YRF also provides family and caregiver support services in 12 other locations throughout the US. MyAdvisor’s president, Jennifer Christman, serves on YRF’s board and in December, Three Wire sponsored the "Country Music Writer Showcase,” which raised more than $38,000 in one event to support wounded, ill and injured Veterans and their families.

“At MyAdvisor, we’ve designed technology solutions to make it easier for individuals to access and utilize care coordination,” said Christman. “No-barrier access to care is especially vital in the wake of the novel coronavirus, which can cause an undue strain on the population’s mental health. While we started out serving uniformed personnel, we’re on a mission to reach all in need of our services across the country.”

Please visit http://www.threewiresys.com/myadvisor to learn more about MyAdvisor.

About Three Wire Systems, LLC
Founded in 2006, Three Wire Systems, LLC (Three Wire) is the trusted source for government agencies and military organizations looking to modernize with innovative and efficient technology solutions. As part of its health and human solutions initiatives, MyAdvisor® provides holistic care to all those who provide service and their family members, with access to one-on-one care coordination sessions in behavioral health, wellness, navigational advocacy, financial literacy and career development. The MyAdvisor division also includes VetAdvisor®, an American Association of Suicidology (AAS) accredited program, with over a decade of experience in health and wellness serving military veterans, active duty service members, national guardsmen and reservists.

About Yellow Ribbon Fund (YRF)
Yellow Ribbon Fund was founded in 2005 to serve the wounded coming back from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since then, our mission is to provide practical support for wounded, ill and injured service members and their caregivers. We recognize the importance of keeping families together during the critical recuperation phase, because the presence of family and friends accelerates recovery and rehabilitation and makes for a successful transition back to civilian life. The YRF provides two critical programs: The Crossroads Program (Housing and Transportation) and the Keystone Program (Family + Caregiver Support Services).

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