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November is Warrior Care Month

November is Warrior Care Month. It was established in 2008 “to increase awareness of programs and resources available to wounded, ill, and injured service members, their families, and those who care for them.” The Department of Defense was tasked to “continue to make it easier for our troops and their families to take advantage of all the assistance now available to them.”

Navy Wounded Warrior’s motto is Numquam Navigare Solus, Never to Sail Alone. The Navy lives its values of honor, courage and commitment when caring for wounded, ill and injured service members and their families and caregivers.

About Navy Wounded Warrior

Navy Wounded Warrior is the Navy's sole provider of non-medical care for Sailors and Coast Guardsmen and their families. Maintaining the gold standard for non-medical care, it offers resources for education and employment initiatives, adaptive-sports programs and family and caregiver tools, as well as other offerings that promote healing and opportunities for success, both within and beyond military service.

Programs not only assist those wounded in combat, but also Sailors and Coastguardsmen battling serious illnesses, including mental illness, or those who are injured in accidents, on a ship, in training, or on liberty. Wounds can be visible and invisible. The fastest growing categories for referrals to Navy Wounded Warrior are for serious illnesses, such as cancer and mental-health conditions.

Access the 2022 Messaging Toolkit.

We're Here to Help

Service members can self-refer to Navy Wounded Warrior. Family members are often the best advocates and can directly refer their Sailors and Coast Guardsmen, too. Contact the Navy Wounded Warrior call center at 855-NAVY WWP (855-628-9997) or send an email to to get started.

Find Navy Wounded Warrior at One of these Upcoming Events


15, 16, and 17 November
1900 ET
An abstract art form promoting focus, relaxation and fun, where there are no mistakes!
Register in advance for Zoom details by emailing Lizbeth Opiola.



21 October | NRSE
1400 - 1500
Warrior Care Month Proclamation & Cake Cutting
NAS Jacksonville, FL
Regional Headquarters Flag Conference Room, BLDG 919 Langley St. 
Limited space, register here.
RADM MCCall will sign a Warrior Care Month Proclamation. Light refreshments. Casual attire. 

29 October | NRH
4th Annual 5 K Fun Run-Walk-Roll
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI 
Hickam Fitness Center
Contact: 808-448-2214

1 November | NRH
USS Arizona Rembrance Tour at Pearl Harbor

3 November | NRH
2nd Annual Navy Wounded Warrior Give Back Volunteer Luncheon for Fisher House

5 - 11 November | HQ
Adaptive Sports Intro Camp
The St. James sports complex | 
6805 Industrial Road, Springfield, Virginia 22151
More details

5 November | NRMA
Coin Toss at ODU Football Game
S.B. Ballard Stadium
Koch Hall, 5115 Terminal Blvd, Norfolk, VA  
Check Time (Tickets required)

7 November | NRH
6th Annual Cake Cutting Ceremony

8 November | NRSE
1000 - 1400
Golf Outing with Wounded Warrior Project
Queens Harbor Yacht & Country Club
1131 Queens Harbor Blvd, Jacksonville, FL
Limited space, register here

8 November | NRH
6th Annual "Purple" Joint Forces Bowling Tournament

12 November | NRMA
Coin Toss at ODU Football Game
S.B. Ballard Stadium
Koch Hall, 5115 Terminal Blvd, Norfolk, VA  
Check Time (Tickets required)

13 November | NRSE
1000 - 1500
Star Spangled Blue with U.S. Navy League Alamo Council
Walker Ranch Community Center 
835 W. Rhapsody Dr., San Antonio, TX
Contact: 401-683-8554
More information here

15 November | NRH
3rd Annual RESET

15 November | NRMA
Cake Cutting with CAPT Kenneth M. Curtin, Jr.
Naval Submarine Base New London
Base Galley
Bldg. 446 Thresher Ave., Goton, CT

16 November | NRH
1330 - 1600
RESET Resource & Resiliency Fair
Joint Forces event open to all BOS WW programs, with 25 stakeholders participating with resource booths

17 November | NRSW
0930 - 1400
2nd Annual Wounded Warrior Appreciation Day
Naval Base San Diego, CA
Admiral Baker Golf Course

17 November | NDW
1500 - 1800
Navy Wounded Warrior Professional Networking Social
Walter Reed USO
4565 Taylor Rd., Building 83, Bethesda, MD
Contact: Gary Simpson for base access and parking information. | 301-400-0576
Special guest Dr. La'Nissa A. Brown-Baker, PhD, DABT, associate director for scientific staffing HHS, FDA
Socialize and network in a friendly atmosphere with fellow shipmates. 

18 November | NRMA
1130 - 1400
Wounded Warrior 5K with MWR Fitness & Sports
NSA Hampton Roads, VA 
POW / MIA Park
Contact: 757-836-1812
Pre-registration and more details here

18 November | NRMA
Field Day with the USO
Camp Lejeune, NC

19 November | NRH
5th Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon

21 November | NRMA
No-Host Galley Lunch & Cake-Cutting
Naval Station Norfolk, VA


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