Serco Wins $16.3M Contract to Support USMC Reserve Psychological Health Outreach Program

Dan Allen, Serco Inc.

Dan Allen, Serco Inc.

Serco, Inc. has won a $16.3 million, one-year base period and four one-year option contract to provide support services to Marine Corps Reservists and their families, which include behavioral health screenings and follow-up communications to provide long term results.

Serco’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Dan Allen said, “Serco takes great pride in delivering vital services to our Nation’s military and their families. We look forward to continuing to provide our expertise and assistance to the men and women of the U.S. Marine Corps.”

The Psychological Health Outreach Program (PHOP) was created to ensure the Marine Corps reservists and their families receive the best psychological health care and follow-up services available. PHOP’s role is to provide psycho-educational services, behavioral health screenings and tailored resources with the goal of connecting these soldiers and/or family members to the appropriate support services to improve their quality of life.

This work will be carried out at the following locations: Devens, MA; Ft. Lewis, WA; Kansas City, MO; Marietta, GA; New Orleans, LA; and San Bruno, CA. Similar work has been done by Serco with the U.S. Navy Reserve PHOP.
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