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Warrior Wellness Alliance

Connecting best-in-class healthcare providers and peer veteran networks.
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About the Warrior Wellness Alliance

For service members and veterans impacted by the invisible wounds of war (traumatic brain injury, post traumatic stress, etc.), accessing care for those injuries can be challenging. The Bush Institute's Warrior Wellness Alliance is an innovative alliance that connects high-quality care providers and veteran peer networks to empower seeking treatment for the invisible wounds of war.

With proper care, these wounds are treatable and service members and veterans can continue to thrive on and off the battlefield.

Find a Healthcare Provider

Veterans often have a specific set of needs when searching for a healthcare provider. As members of the Warrior Wellness Alliance, these providers are trusted sources of information and resources for addressing the invisible wounds of war. Reach out today to one of the national or community-based healthcare providers.

Cohen Veterans Network

The Cohen Veterans Network is a high-quality, effective care network of outpatient clinics that provides services for veterans -- including those from the National Guard and Reserves -- and their families at a low-cost rate. They work to strengthen overall mental health outcomes, with a particular focus on post-traumatic stress.

LOCATIONS (map):

New York, NY
NYU Langone
(855-698-4677)

Philadelphia, PA
U. of Pennsylvania
(844-573-3146)

Washington, D.C.
Easter Seals
(240-847-7500)

Fayetteville, NC
Cape Fear Valley
(844-336-4226)

Addison, TX
MetroCare
(469-680-3500)

San Antonio, TX
Family Endeavors, Inc.
(210-399-4VET)

El Paso, TX
Family Endeavors, Inc.
(915-320-1390)

Kileen, TX
Family Endeavors, Inc.
(Opening 2018)

Denver, CO
UColorado at Anschutz Medical Campus
(Opening 2018)

Clarksville, TN
Centerstone
(Opening 2018)

Wounded Warrior Project Warrior Care Network

The Wounded Warrior Project Warrior Care Network is a high-quality, effective national system of treatment programs in partnership with four academic medical centers providing intensive, comprehensive outpatient care primarily in 2-week intervals. They work to strengthen overall health outcomes with a focus on PTS. Travel and accommodations are provided at no cost for veterans and their families.

LOCATIONS:

Marcus Institute for Brain Health

The Marcus Institute for Brain Health is a national high-quality care and research institute for traumatic brain injury and psychological health conditions such as PTS, depression, and anxiety. They deliver comprehensive medical and alternative medicine through an intensive outpatient healthcare model primarily through a four-week program. Travel and accommodations are provided at no cost for veterans and their families.

CONTACT:

  • Marcus Institute for Brain Health (Spencer Milo, 303.724.3473)

TriWest Healthcare Alliance

TriWest Healthcare Alliance administers the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Patient-Centered Community Care program and the Veterans Choice Program to provide quality and timely health care to the nation's veterans. TriWest works alongside the VA, providing veterans with access to high-quality health care through their network of community providers in 28 states across the U.S.

CONTACT:
Veterans Choice Community Care Contact Center, Monday-Friday, 8am-8pm in your local time zone
(1-866-606-8198)

Connect with Peers

Peer networks provide veterans support through empowering social connectedness, purpose-driven living, and overall health & wellbeing. Connect with a Warrior Wellness Alliance peer network in your community today.

George W. Bush Institute Team 43
Team 43 programs highlight the service, sacrifice, resilience, and continued leadership of warriors and underscores the importance of sports as part of the rehabilitation process for our men and women injured on the front lines.

The Mission Continues
The Mission Continues has more than 11,000 “reporting for duty” through The Mission Continues Fellowship and Service Programs. Veterans adjusting to life at home are empowered to find purpose through community impact by deploying on new missions in their communities.

Student Veterans of America
Student Veterans of America supports a network of more than 1,300 schools and more than 500,000 student veterans by providing military veterans with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and following graduation.


Team Red, White & Blue
Team Red, White & Blue serves more than 108,000 members in communities across the country enriching the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity.

Team Rubicon Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams. Grey Shirts include a team of over 80,000 volunteers of which 70% are veterans.

Wounded Warrior Project®
Wounded Warrior Project® connects, serves, and empowers wounded warriors by providing free programs and services that address their needs and fill gaps in government care. WWP serves over 105,000 alumni and their upwards of 25,000 family members.

Committed to quality care for U.S. military servicemen and women.

All members of the Warrior Wellness Alliance have committed to the following:

 
Engaging with Alliance partners at a local and national level meaningfully, collaboratively, and with a unified voice;

 
Veteran centric experience throughout delivery of services, outreach, conduct of research, and public communications;

 
Measuring outcomes;

 
Sharing best practices, training opportunities, and discussing challenges with Alliance partners;

 
Multi-disciplinary continuum of care delivery model and integrated referral network among Alliance partners;

 
Complementary and consistent messaging to empower warriors to take responsibility for their well-being, reduce barriers to care, and change attitudes toward mental health care.

Are you a healthcare provider or peer-network organization committed to providing quality care for our warriors? Contact us to learn more about the Warrior Wellness Alliance.

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