Veteran Wellness Alliance
Find a healthcare provider
Veterans often have a specific set of needs when searching for a healthcare provider. As members of the Veteran 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 health care providers.
How It Works
Personal, individualized care is at the heart of our mission, and that’s why our best in class network tool is built around human connection. The Veteran Wellness Alliance is currently conducting a pilot program called Check-In for the Texas, Colorado, and Florida areas.
If you or someone you know would like to speak with an advocate who has been specially trained in how to efficiently connect veterans with verified, high-quality care:
Let the veteran you are seeking care for know that you would like to connect them to this resource.
Provide us with basic contact information about yourself or the veteran and a general description of the need.
Within 24-48 business hours, a Veteran Wellness Alliance veteran advocate will contact the veteran and begin their assessment to connect them to the appropriate care.
When you refer veterans to the Alliance, they will be able to speak with an advocate who has been specially trained in how to efficiently connect veterans with verified, high-quality care.
For veterans in an immediate crisis, please call 911 or the Veteran Crisis Line (1-800-273-8255).
Warrior Wellness Alliance Care Providers
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.
Locate a clinic
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.
Locate a treatment center:
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.
The SHARE Military Initiative at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, Georgia, is a comprehensive rehabilitation program that focuses on assessing and treating post-9/11 service members and veterans who are experiencing symptoms of or have a diagnosis of mild to moderate brain injury and any co-occurring psychological or behavioral health concerns, including post-traumatic stress. The SHARE Military Initiative provides hope, assistance, support and education to service members and their families during their recovery treatment and beyond.
You can search for your nearest VA medical center as well as other health facilities, benefit offices, cemeteries, community care providers, and Vet Centers. You can also filter your results by service type to find locations that offer the specific service you’re looking for.
VA mental health services
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Learn about VA benefits you may be eligible for
Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of them are Veterans themselves.
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