ClearForce dynamically prioritizes outreach and communication of available benefits to support veterans when they need support, through a public health model that protects privacy and builds trust.
“The military’s suicide prevention effort is failing, and we must find out why,” said Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., at a House Armed Services subcommittee hearing on the issue.
Events in our life can create compounding pressure and stress. Some veterans will ask for help, but the majority will not. ClearForce proactively discovers in real-time the evidence-based social determinants indicating a veteran is more likely to require additional support at that time
ClearForce enables more effective outreach programs by dynamically prioritizing veterans who need immediate support so that benefits can be communicated and provided when they are needed and not simply when they are scheduled.
ClearForce is built on a foundation of privacy protection and information security. We use secure role-based administrative access, anonymity, and automated checks and balances to eliminate bias and discrimination.
ClearForce has a deep sense of service and commitment that runs from through the company from our General Office leadership on both our board of directors and advisory board, to the officer and enlisted veterans that make up the core of our team. ClearForce is focused not only on mission success for our clients, but also seeks to give back to and support the veteran community.