Sailors and Coast Guardsman may self-refer to the program or be referred by family members, command leadership or medical providers.
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Non-medical support includes pay and personnel issues; Invitational Travel Orders; lodging and housing adaptation; child and youth care; transportation needs; legal and guardianship issues; education and training benefits; commissary and exchange access; respite care; traumatic brain injury/post-traumatic stress support services; and more.
Regional non-medical care providers work with a wounded warrior and their medical team to develop a Comprehensive Recovery Plan, which is designed to address the individual’s specific recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration goals. In addition, Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor provides transition support; enrollment does not conclude when a service member is discharged from a medical treatment facility.