History

The Cohen Veterans Network is the next phase of Steven A. Cohen’s long-term commitment to help veterans and their families. Mr. Cohen’s work with veterans began in part because of a personal connection – his son served in the United States Marine Corps and is currently serving in the Reserves.

2009

Cohen's son joins the United States Marine Corp.

2010

Cohen’s son is deployed to Afghanistan from August 2010 to February 2011.

2011

Cohen, a member of the Robin Hood Foundation board, begins working on the organization’s new veteran’s initiatives.

2012

Cohen teams with Admiral Michael Mullen (Ret.) to co-chair the Robin Hood Foundation’s Veterans Advisory Board.

2013

The Robin Hood Foundation’s Veterans Advisory Board raises $13 million in new funding to help veterans and their families.

2013

The Cohen's family foundation takes over the underwriting of the Military Family Clinic at NYU Langone.

2013

Cohen’s family foundation gives the largest individual single private gift in the nation to fund PTS research at NYU Langone.

2015

Cohen launches Cohen Veterans Bioscience to accelerate the research for and bring to market a diagnostic test for post-traumatic stress.

2016

Cohen launches Cohen Veterans Network and announces the first four Military Family Clinic locations.

2017

Cohen Veterans Network continues to expand and adds more clinics.