Warrior Wellness Alliance
Connecting best-in-class healthcare providers and peer veteran networks. Find a member organization in your community today.
Are you a veteran in crisis or concerned about one?
Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of them are Veterans themselves.
Call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1; Text 838255; or chat online
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.
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.
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.
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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.
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Warriors Connect Research Project
Subtle patterns in language and activity can help us better understand the challenges faced by veterans.
Through a groundbreaking collaboration with Qntfy, the Warrior Wellness Alliance is asking Americans — specifically veterans of the armed forces who have served since 9/11 — to anonymously donate their public social media information. This information will help us gain unprecedented insight into how post-9/11 veterans talk about the challenges they encounter to their well-being, and about the coping strategies, techniques, treatments, and support mechanisms available to them.
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;
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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