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The Power of Partnership

Partner Spotlight

Still Serving Veterans

Still Serving Veterans assists veterans and their families in common challenges while transitioning to civilian life. The organization provides employment services, Veterans Affairs benefits assistance and a resource network. Still Serving Veterans helps veterans understand their benefits, train for new careers and develop long-term career planning through partnerships with Veteran Service Organizations. Request benefits and employment services from Still Serving Veterans here.


Hidden Wounds

Hidden Wounds provides emergency care for service members and veterans coping with psychological health concerns. Hidden Wounds highlights online informational resources about PTSD, TBI and suicide prevention. The organization offers resources used specifically for veterans and families, such as Give an Hour and Project Josiah Restoration Ministry, and highlights veteran testimonials. Hidden Wounds also facilitates referrals to counseling programs for service members, veterans and their families. Visit this webpage to connect with free counseling services today.


Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness

The Clearinghouse for Military Family Readiness provides health care professionals with tools and information to help military families stay resilient. Clearinghouse uses evidence-based research to identify which programs enhance military family readiness. Clearinghouse offers health care professionals with assistance through their free live chat, web-based trainings and online resources. Read the Clearinghouse blog to learn more about common military family challenges and new resources.

Grace After Fire

Grace After Fire assists women veterans as they transition from military to civilian life. By facilitating support discussions and connecting veterans to support resources, Grace After Fire creates a peer community of women veterans helping other women veterans with common transition challenges. Join the Grace After Fire Table Talk™ Peer Groups program to connect and get involved with other female veterans.


inTransition supports the psychological health and wellness of service members as they move between health care systems or providers. InTransition connects service members receiving care for psychological health concerns with a personal coach to support care throughout transitions, such as call to active duty, relocation or retirement. InTransition coaches are trained counselors who empower service members and their families with tools and resources, identify local community support groups, connect to new a provider and motivate service members to stay in treatment. Enroll in the inTransition program to get connected with a coach today.

Warrior Family Community Partnership

Warrior Family Community Partnership (WFCP) connects service members and their families to information, resources and services through all stages of military life and transition. The WFCP's specifically supports the well-being of Fort Carson service members and their families through connection to youth programs, education resources, employment and financial resources, wellness services, spiritual support and emergency readiness. Check out the WFCP’s list of programs and events for local service members and military families.


Blue Star Families

Blue Star Families (BSF) strengthens military family resilience by connecting families to resources that support readiness. BSF provides online resources about career development, psychological wellness, financial readiness and military kids to help military families cope with common concerns of military life. BSF also offers support programs, including Caregivers Empowering Caregivers, Books on Bases, Blue Star Arts and Blue Star Jobs. Caregivers Empowering Caregivers provides the resources, support and tools caregivers need to adjust to unexpected challenges, while Blue Star Jobs supports more flexible work opportunities for military spouses. During Military Family Appreciation Month, strengthen your career as a military spouse with tips from the Blue Star Spouse Employment Toolkit.



VeteransPlus provides education and financial counseling for service members, veterans and their families. VeteransPlus offers in-depth, personalized coaching by phone and financial education programs that were created by veterans for veterans. VeteransPlus also provides online benefits information and financial resources, such as budgeting recommendations, credit card best-practices, credit score guidance, debt information and mortgage loan facts. Enroll in VeteransPlus programs to learn more about ways to address financial concerns today.


Army Wife Network

Army Wife Network (AWN) provides military families with online resources and information about managing military life. AWN works with other members of the military community to connect military families to each other for support through their Field Exercise events, the AWN blog, social media networks and support resources. Join AWN’s email list to be a part of a military family support network.


National Military Family Association

National Military Family Association (NMFA) supports military family resilience through community-based wellness programs and resources. The NMFA‘s Operation Purple programs encourage family resilience through organization of recreational activities, including Family Retreats, Healing Adventures and Operation Purple Camp. The NMFA also offers online resources to inform about deployment, adoption, marriage, divorce, caregiving and health care. Connect to NMFA’s Branching Out blog for stories, resources and information about military life.


Lone Star Veterans Association

The Lone Star Veterans Association (LSVA) creates a community to assist service members successfully transition to civilian life for service members, veterans and their local communities. The organization supports veterans by offering programs that aim to reduce unemployment, homelessness and psychological health concerns. Their support programs are divided into three areas: Camaraderie Program , Lifenav Program, and Veterans Career Transition. The Camaraderie Program hosts a variety of events that bring veterans and families together, the Lifenav Program provides a peer mentoring program, resource referral program and caregiver support, while the Veterans Career Transition program supports transition into civilian life by helping service members start new, healthy careers. Check out LSVA’s online resources or veterans career workshops for more information.


The Real Warriors Campaign collaborates with a variety of not-for-profit organizations that share our mission and can help us reach out to service members, families and health care providers. Our network of partners and affiliates includes military organizations and programs, nonprofit organizations, advocacy organizations and local groups. Through communication and collaboration with these organizations, the campaign can offer the most relevant and up-to-date resources and provide partners with easy and effective outreach mechanisms.

Explore the categories below to learn more about our affiliates and partners, or see a complete list. 

To learn more about the Real Warriors Partnership Program and how to become a partner or affiliate, view or download the Partnership Program Informational Sheet or contact us.


Partners and affiliates are not-for-profit organizations who support the mission of the Real Warriors Campaign. The appearance of organizations does not constitute endorsement by the United States Department of Defense of the organizations, linked websites, or the information, products or services contained therein. All partnerships are informal and do not involve any financial support.  The Real Warriors Campaign reserves the right to refuse any partnership/affiliate request that is not deemed appropriate or to terminate any partner relationship at any point.

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