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Wounded Warrior Project
WWP programs are structured to nurture the mind and body, and encourage economic empowerment and engagement. Under each of these programs areas, WWP offers a variety of programs to meet a range of needs. Find out how WWP programs can support you and your family's needs in your recovery process. We are here for you.
General Resources for Wounded Warriors:
This website offers information and access to a wide variety of services and resources that are available for injured service members and veterans, as well as those who support them.
This website is for service members, families, and caregivers who need assistance or who have concerns or questions during their recovery, rehabilitation, and community reintegration.
Get answers to questions about disability programs, eligibility requirements, services, laws, and benefits.
TIP: If you need assistance with your benefits, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Military Home Front
This is the official Department of Defense website for Military Community and Family Policy (MC&FP). It offers program information, policies, and guidance.
Wellness resources for the military community.
Create a free website to stay connected with friends and family during a serious health event. It's private, personal, and keeps everyone in the know about your recovery.
Stress and PTSD
Association of America
This website offers information on mental health therapy, medication, and alternative therapies.
The National Center for PTSD provides information and media about trauma, PTSD, and treatment options available at your area VA.
Real Warriors Campaign
The Real Warriors Campaign combats the stigma associated with seeking psychological health care treatment and encourages service members to increase their awareness and use of these resources.
Grief and Loss
This website provides resources and information about grief, including articles written by mental health professionals, as well as a free e-newsletter on a variety of grief-related health topics.
Find support groups and seminars in your area, as well as books, daily emails, and tips on how to heal.
(Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors)
TAPS is the 24/7 tragedy assistance resource for ANYONE who has suffered the loss of a military loved one, regardless of the relationship to the deceased or the circumstance of the death. Offers peer support, online community, crisis intervention, casework assistance and online training.
Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
The NIMH website provides plenty of information on the symptoms of depression and on available treatment options, and can help you find support and treatment locations near you.
Offers service personnel and their families free resource for mental health tools.
Alcohol and Drugs
Find AA support groups and meetings in your area and get information on alcohol abuse and treatment. Want to read about AA for service members? Alcoholics Anonymous and the Armed Services
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
NA offers information about drug abuse and recovery, and can help you find NA support groups and meetings in your area.
The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (part of the Substance
Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration-SAMHSA)
This national organization offers information and resources about substance abuse and treatment, as well as a treatment facility locator for finding a certified treatment program for alcohol or drug abuse in your area.
Traumatic Brain Injury
Defense Center of Excellence for Psychological Health and Brain
Call center that provides best practices and standards for the treatment of psychological health and TBI within the Defense Department.
with Brain Injuries
A resource for service members and families. Get peer support, write a blog, and read personal stories written by other veterans with brain injuries.
Lifeline for Veterans
Connects veterans in crisis with qualified responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text.
Find caregivers resources and find out about potential benefits and support. Caregiver Support Line- 1-855-260-3274.
Street Talk, Listen, Connect
Educational outreach initiative designed for military families and their young children to share.