Our Wounded Warriors

Is there a wounded warrior in your life? Whether it’s you or someone you love, the Wounded Warrior Program can help you understand benefits, research independent living options and identify counseling and advocacy resources. Use these resources, tools and articles to find the support you and your family need.

The Basics
Family Readiness System
Wounded Warrior Programs

Keeping It All Together Handbook
First Questions and Answers
Keeping a Medical Journal
Support and Resources

Independent Living
Searching the Web on Behalf of Wounded Service Members
Resources for Home Modification Assistance
The Americans with Disabilities Act
Understanding the Military Medical Evaluation Process

VA Benefits for Disabled Veterans and Service Members
VA Benefits for Operation Enduring Freedom and
Operation New Dawn Transitioning Service Members

Emotional Well-Being
Finding Help for Depression
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Preparing a Child to See an Injured Service Member for the First Time
Reestablishing Intimacy after a Severe Injury
Understanding Traumatic Brain Injury
When Your Spouse has a Traumatic Brain Injury

Severely Injured Service Members
Taking Care of Yourself When Your Spouse Has a Combat Stress Injury
Becoming a Caregiver for Your Adult Son or Daughter
Caregiving Costs and Where to Find Assistance
Temporary Work During a Loved One’s Extended Hospitalization
Preparing to Enter the Work Force After a Severe Injury
Adapting to Your New Home and Routine After an Injury-Related Move

Caring for an Injured Service Member
Caregiving Costs and Where to Find Assistance
Coping with Compassion Fatigue
Coping with a Traumatic Event
Preparing a Child to See an Injured Service Member for the First Time
Recognizing the Signs of Combat Stress
Talking with a Child about a Parent’s Severe Injury
When You Become Your Spouse’s Caregiver

Tools & Resources
Wounded Warrior Acronyms
National Resource Directory

Popular Links
A Survivor’s Guide to Benefits (PDF)
ADA: Know Your Rights
Air Force Wounded Warrior
Department of Veterans Affairs
Disability Benefits for Wounded Warriors
DoD Yellow Ribbon Program
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR)
Homeowners Assistance Program (HAP)
National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
United We Serve