SCOUT

Take charge of your transition. Connect with a Scout to develop your Action Plan.

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The SCOUT Program is designed to connect service members, veterans and their families to our partner network, creating the ability to plan their path forward through the develop of a robust Action Plan.

On the path forward to your next objective

The SCOUT Program is a series of progressive steps to help you realize your goals, then acheive them.

1

GET CENTERED

Using a series of questions to better understand the starting point and the goals of each person we serve, taken either in person or as part of a revolutionary, cloud-based intake system, each individuals situation will be assessed to establish an Action Plan.

2

GET FOCUSED

Together, the Scout and transitioning individual will develop a personalized Action Plan that considers not only their personal areas of focus, but well-being of their family, their eligibility for certain programs or benefits, and the best service options available.

3

GET TARGETED

As an individual moves through the Action Plan, the Scout works to connect them with a “best fit” from among the USO partner organizations, track their progress and maintain focus on the final goal: successful transition and integration into their new community.

4

GET CONNECTED

Once a connection has been made between a partner organization and the service/family member, the Scout continues to communicate with all parties to validate that services are provided, quality standards are met, and that each individual meets their objectives.

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Identify the Route to Your Objective

With the help of your personal SCOUT, define your route to successful transition.

PROBLEM

95%

of Transitioning Service Members seek resource connections in more than one area

SOLUTION

98%

of those served by USO are successfully connected to trusted resources resulting in a successful transition

200+

coordinated partner organizations in the USO network, and counting!

"The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they perceive veterans of earlier wars were treated, and appreciated by our nation."
- George Washington