Wounded Warriors Health Care and Benefits

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Military OneSource provides wounded warrior specialty consultation services to help eligible wounded, ill or injured service members, veterans and their families get immediate help for issues related to health care, facilities and benefits. The service isn't limited to just those with combat injuries or a military disability — service members and veterans injured in accidents or battling serious illnesses are also eligible.

Consultants are available to help with:

  • Questions about health care and benefits
  • Getting additional support
  • Reporting problems with military facilities
  • Support for non-medical issues, like transportation needs, legal issues, respite care and much more

Each service branch operates a wounded warrior program to help service members and their families with non-medical issues associated with transitioning back to duty or civilian life. Military OneSource specialty consultants work with these programs and the Department of Veterans Affairs to quickly connect callers to the resources they need. Your eligibility to use the service doesn't end when you leave a military treatment facility.

Timeline for receiving help


what VA benefits for which you may be qualified if you are a disabled veteran or service member.

Within an hour of your call, consultants will refer you to the right resources at VA or your specific service's wounded warrior program. Within 96 hours of calling, you will have a plan that will address your issue and a specific person who will guide you through the process, no matter how complex.

Additional resources for caregivers


help making your home accessible.

Wounded warriors' caregivers can also get support from Military OneSource, including Personalized Experiences, Engagement and Resources, or PEER, forums, webinars, caregiver-related events and specialized resources.

Call 800-342-9647 to reach a Military OneSource consultant. And check out Military OneSource's Wounded Warrior page for articles on independent living, caregiver support issues, and living with a disability, and links to VA and TRICARE.


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