Veterans Crisis Line is the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs suicide prevention hotline with 24/7 access to trained professionals prepared to help any veteran in crisis.
USMC Wounded Warrior Regiment assists combat and non-combat wounded, ill and injured Marines, and sailors attached to or in direct support of marine units, and their family members, with programs of non-medical care until they return to duty or transition to civilian life.
Office of Wounded Warrior Care assists wounded service members and recently discharged veterans of all military branches by connecting them to national, state and local resources that support their recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration into their communities.
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center coordinates care and treatment to the patient in order to maximize function and decrease or eliminate TBI-related disability. DVBIC’s staff works together to provide services and supports individuals with TBI return to duty, work, and community.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs provides veterans, dependents and survivors, uniformed service members, present and former reservists and members of the National Guard with a disability, health and medical care, education and training, employment, housing and other benefit programs and services.