Our Merger

Before there was Home Front Military Network, there was Peak Military Care Network and The Home Front Cares. PMCN and THFC shared similar missions—to serve those who have served.

After several months of due diligence, the two organizations officially merged and became Home Front Military Network in January 2020. Our merger effort capitalized on the long-term collaborative working relationship between PMCN and THFC to streamline access to key services.

As one organization, we connect military service members, veterans and their families to resources offered by our trusted community partners and provide emergency financial assistance.

We are Home Front Military Network— a result of experience, passion, and knowledge seeking to bring hope and help to our heroes.

Our Brand

Our brand logo and color scheme was carefully and thoughtfully chosen and has a unique meaning in of itself.

It has a particular relationship with the Home Front Military Network name. The typeface is a combination of Helmet and Avenir Roman and has been chosen to compliment and balance perfectly with the logo symbol.

The logo is presented through the use of color as well as shape and form. This logo incorporates a sense of military support using the star and having a subtle bridge incorporated into the arched star point. The main brand colors are a gold gradient, deep royal blue, gray and a dark teal to represent a feeling of a high-quality standard and friendly and supportive network.


Our History

Peak Military Care Network

Peak Military Care Network, governance initiated in 2013, was an umbrella organization that facilitated collaboration with 47 partner agencies, as well as local military installations and Veterans Affairs staff; they provided education and training to their partners to ensure they understood military and veteran culture and the needs of our military and veteran community; they also provided information and assistance to individuals and families and case coordination to help ensure access to critical services. PMCN provided information and assistance (web-based, call-in assistance and in-person) and navigation (case management) support to help identify needs and connected individuals to services; they helped solidify connections to the right resources (whether it was employment, childcare, healthcare, behavioral health, financial assistance, etc.) so people wouldn’t get frustrated, give up and fall into crisis.

The Home Front Cares

The Home Front Cares, established in 2004, provided an emergency financial bridge and responsive support to Colorado’s military members, veterans, and their families. They served veterans and their families throughout all of Colorado and had strong connections throughout the state with other non-profit and referral agencies, military installations, the VA and other veteran service organizations. Their case workers provided referral services to many of these agencies, ensuring their clients received financial, family and emotional counseling and services, even when they did not qualify for THFC’s financial support.

We are here to help, there are many ways to reach us either by phone, email or searching our network.

You can connect with us by calling a case-manager Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm at: 719.577.7417
Or by filling out our online assistance form.
You can also email us for information or assistance.