Wounded Warrior Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I find counseling services for a wounded warrior?
A: Military OneSource is available to assist eligible wounded, ill or injured service members, veterans and their families. These service members will have lifetime eligibility.

Q: In what areas can Military OneSource consultants offer assistance?
A: Consultants can help with questions about health care and benefits, obtain additional support, report deficiencies in military facilities and offer assistance with non-medical issues, like transportation needs, legal issues, respite care and much more.

Q: What is the time line for receiving help?
A: Referrals are submitted within one hour of call to designated individuals within the service wounded warrior program or Veterans Affairs to facilitate a 96-hour plan of action.

Q: Is there information about wounded warrior consultations on Military OneSource?
A: Yes, go to Military OneSource's wounded warrior page for articles on a wide variety of helpful topics including independent living, caregiver support issues and living with a disability, as well as links to important sites such as the Department of Veterans Affairs and TRICARE.



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