Nearly 100 local and state community members, business leaders and government officials, including Governor Kevin Stitt and Medal of Honor recipient Staff Sgt. Ryan Pitts, joined Cohen Veterans Network (CVN) and Red Rock Behavioral Health Services for the official grand opening of The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Red Rock, marking one year since the Cohen Clinic at Red Rock launched during the height of the pandemic. Since then, the Cohen Clinic has already delivered nearly 300 episodes of care to veterans, active duty service members and military family members, primarily remotely via CVN Telehealth, face-to-face video therapy.
“The Lawton team launched their clinic and began delivering care throughout the state under tough conditions. Today we honor that commitment and look forward to continuing to serve Oklahoma’s military community. We realize this is a very difficult time for veterans, active duty, and their families between the end of the War in Afghanistan and the continuation of COVID-19, and with that can come a variety of mental health challenges. The Cohen Clinic is here to help.” – CVN President & CEO Dr. Anthony Hassan.
An afternoon panel discussion led by Cohen Clinic at Red Rock Outreach Manager Taylor Poindexter featured an engaging conversation with Medal of Honor Recipient Staff Sgt. Ryan Pitts and a host of community leaders. Read the entire event recap here.