Executive Summary of Written Public Submissions


The following is a summary of the written public submissions that were received for review and consideration by MFRC members at the February 15, 2017 MFRC Meeting.

  • 1 -- ABA Providers unwilling to Join TRICARE Network of Providers due to 35% reduction in billable rates
  • 1 -- Lack of Nursing Care Options through TRICARE for severely disabled military children 
  • 1 -- Horses Healing Maryland’s Military — Coalition of licensed stables which provide equine services and riding therapy for Servicemembers and families 
  • 1 -- Home Base: Summer Camp and Youth Development for Children Living on Military Bases 
  • 1 -- Building Healthy Military Communities (BHMC) Pilot 
  • 2 -- Recommendations for Additional MFRC Briefings: 
    • Military medical partnerships that expand support for family well-being, including support for families with autistic children 
    • School behavioral health and special education partnerships 
    • Community Best Practices from Joint Base Lewis-McCord
  • 4 -- Yellow Ribbon Programs 
    • 1 -- Minnesota’s Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Program (White Paper)  
    • 1 -- Minnesota’s Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Program YouTube Briefing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7wguhOLAVw 
    • 1 -- Yellow Ribbon Recognition Program
    • 1 -- Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Programs, TeleMental Health Pilot, Community Capacity Building, and Communities of Practice — Community Collaboratives at the State Level 
  • 1 -- Recommendation that one GS position be established in each state to build community partnerships and expand needed state level collaboratives 
  • 2 -- Transitional Assistance Programs and Policies (White Paper) — are causing multiple problems for Air National Guardsmen. A review and changes are needed to understand and address the unique needs of the Air National Guard. 

TOTAL Submissions: 14

 


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