The military has specialized wounded warrior programs designed to help the severely ill and injured transition back to duty or civilian life. Each service branch has its own program.
- Military Life Cycle
- Family & Relationships
- Moving & Housing
- Financial & Legal
- Education & Employment
- Health & Wellness
- Recreation, Travel & Shopping
- Service Providers & Leaders
- Benefits & Resources
- I am a…
- Confidential Help
24/7/365 Access to Support
No matter where you serve or live, free and confidential help is available.
Call the Military Crisis Line at 800-273-8255 and press 1, or text 838255.
Contact Military OneSource
Information and support for service members and their families. About the Call Center.
The military teaches its soldiers, Marines, sailors and airmen to be prepared for anything that comes their way, even serious injuries and illnesses. Military OneSource offers strategies for the wounded warrior on adjusting to and recovering from a serious injury or trauma, returning to work and home life, and other important issues. While Military OneSource does not provide direct health care services, it does offer resources and benefits for wounded warriors.
LATEST CONTENTGetting Help for Combat StressApril 6, 2022, 8:14 a.m. | 4 minute read | 80,771 views
Learning to recognize the signs of combat stress in yourself, another service member or a family member who has returned from a war zone can help you call on the right resources to begin the healing process.The Road Ahead at Home and WorkMarch 14, 2022, 11:09 a.m. | 4 minute read | 41,335 views
As a wounded warrior, you deserve the easiest possible transition from military to civilian life. A severe injury does change the way you live your life, but it does not have to change the course of your career or the quality of your home life.Recognizing the Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress DisorderMarch 11, 2022, 8:00 a.m. | 4 minute read | 86,063 views
People who live through a traumatic event sometimes suffer its effects long after the real danger has passed. This is called post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.Understanding and Dealing With Combat Stress and PTSDMarch 4, 2022, 9:02 a.m. | 3 minute read | 73,865 views
Combat stress, also known as battle fatigue, is a common response to the mental and emotional strain when confronted with dangerous and traumatic situations. It is a natural reaction to the wear and tear of the body and mind after extended and demanding operations.