The Case Management Process: Part 4

“Conclusion”

A message to our Brothers-in-Arms and our Supporters

The final part in our 4-part series

 

Since it is our goal to have the client participate and have ownership in the Case Management process, the CM will work in conjunction with the client to develop an Action Plan (AP). The Action Plan is a collaborative process between the client, the CM and the full resources of the foundation— all directed towards resolving the client’s challenge.

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The Case Management Process: Part 3

“Action Plan Development & Execution”

A message to our Brothers-in-Arms and our Supporters

Part 3 of our 4-part series

 

Since it is our goal to have the client participate and have ownership in the Case Management process, the CM will work in conjunction with the client to develop an Action Plan (AP). The Action Plan is a collaborative process between the client, the CM and the full resources of the foundation— all directed towards resolving the client’s challenge.

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The Case Management Process: Part 2

“Assistance Request”

A message to our Brothers-in-Arms and our Supporters

Part 2 of our 4-part series

 

The Case Management process begins with an assistance request. When Marines reach out to us for assistance via our website or social media, they become our clients. A staff member, referred to as the Duty Officer (DO), is always on duty to record and respond to assistance requests from potential clients.

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The Case Management Process: Part 1

“Introduction”

A message to our Brothers-in-Arms and our Supporters

Part 1 of our 4-part series

 

Team work is essential in the infantry, whether on the battlefield or in the barracks, no grunt is ever alone. We drill together to synchronized perfection in boot camp, we train fire and maneuver in small unit tactics, we have leaders at every level and Corpsman to fix us when we’re broke. For all the years that we serve, we live the words Semper Fidelis in our faith to each other.  Supporting fellow grunts is in our DNA.

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Rudy Lopez became a volunteer member on November 2nd, 2017. He heard of the Foundation from RallyPoint, the largest online veteran networking site.

 

A US Navy Veteran of 15 years, he served as a Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman, or “SARC.” He deployed three times to Iraq and once to Afghanistan in support of both OIF and OEF campaigns. He is a graduate of the following schools; USMC Basic Reconnaissance Course, Marine Combat Diver, Army Airborne, Hyperbaric Medicine, SERE School, and the Special Forces Medical Course. 13 of his 15 years of service were spent with Marine Recon.

 

In his civilian career, he serves as a Licensed Private Investigator while he completes law school, where he studies business law and Veteran’s advocacy.

 

A believer in the 03XX mission, Rudy is passionate about VA benefits advocacy, helping with your career transition and education. Welcome aboard and thank you for your service to the Foundation.

 

03XX Staff

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