VA Names NeuroFlow A Finalist In $20 Million Mission Daybreak Grand Challenge To Reduce Veteran Suicides
Healthcare technology company selected among 1,371 submissions as one of 30 finalists in Phase I
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has named NeuroFlow as a finalist in Mission Daybreak — a $20 million challenge designed to help VA develop new suicide prevention strategies for Veterans. As a finalist, NeuroFlow will receive $250,000 and advance to Phase 2 of the challenge.
Co-founded by a U.S. Army Veteran, NeuroFlow supports organizations in their efforts to improve behavioral health access and support for Veterans. Partners, including The Wounded Warrior Project, Stop Soldier Suicide, BraveHearts, can utilize the company’s technology to provide Veterans with 24/7 access to confidential, personalized resources to support their overall wellness. “Properly supporting the behavioral health of our Veterans requires innovative, technology-driven solutions,” notes Army Veteran and NeuroFlow’s VP of Clinical Operations Matt Miclette. “The efforts of Mission Daybreak align directly with the DNA and mission of NeuroFlow; we’re honored to be a part of this challenge and join a diverse group of organizations tackling the issue of Veteran suicide.”
During Phase 2 of the challenge, 30 finalists will join a virtual accelerator program designed to help the finalists develop ambitious, but achievable roadmaps for prototyping, iteration, testing, and evaluation. Technology partners supporting the accelerator include Amazon and Microsoft.
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