The Veterans and Military Families Focus Area refers to unmet needs of veterans, members of the Armed Forces who are on active duty, those that are honorably discharged, and family members of deployed military personnel.
There are six packets in the Veterans and Military Families Focus Area. Each packet consists of one or more national performance measures and includes:
- Description of the national performance measures covered by the packet
- Definitions of key terms
- Considerations for measuring the national performance measures
- Data collection challenges and strategies
- Data collection instruments
- Instructions for using the instruments
All six packets address national output measures. Remember, you are required to choose and measure an intermediate outcome that aligns with the output you select and that supports your service activity.
All packets are compatible with Microsoft Word format (DOC).
Veterans and Military Families Output V1
V1. Number of veterans receiving services and assistance, including veterans with disabilities, veterans who are unemployed, older veterans, and veterans in rural communities
Veterans and Military Families Output V2
V2. Number of veterans engaged in service opportunities (other than mentoring economically disadvantaged students)
Veterans and Military Families Outputs V3 and V4
V3. Number of veterans assisted in pursuing educational opportunities
V4. Number of veterans assisted in receiving professional certification, licensure, or credentials
Veterans and Military Families Output V5
V5. Number of veterans engaged in mentoring relationships with economically disadvantaged students
Veterans and Military Families Output V6
V6. Number of housing units developed, repaired, or otherwise made available for veterans
Veterans and Military Families Output V7
V7. Number of military families receiving services and assistance