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Partner Spotlight


Army Wounded Warrior Program

The Army Wounded Warrior Program (AW2) assists soldiers in coping with physical and psychological wounds post-OEF/OIF service. Through the six-phase Wounded Warrior Lifecycle, soldiers learn how to successfully cope with their wounds and manage transitions, whether returning to the military or reintegrating into civilian life. Find out how you might be eligible to participate in AW2.

Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center

The Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) provides health promotion and wellness programs and services that encourage readiness and resilience in the Navy and Marine Corps. The NMCPHC supports service members, veterans and their families by expanding on physical and psychological health topics that may seem difficult to manage, such as coping with sleep troubles or PTSD. Subscribe to the biweekly newsletter Friday Facts, to stay informed and aware of NMCPHC’s health promotion and wellness program resources.

Army Installation Management Command

The Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM) provides support on installations for maintaining Army readiness. IMCOM provides readiness resources for environmental wellness, morale and recreation, Army civilians and soldiers and their families. Visit the website to learn more about how IMCOM plans to guide the future of Army readiness.

Blue Star Families

Blue Star Families connects service members, veterans and their families with resources and programs to assist with managing military life. Blue Star Families works to strengthen military family readiness and resilience through outreach and engagement with national and local organizations. Become a member to connect with online and local resources near you.

Association of the U.S. Army Family Programs

The Association of the United States Army (AUSA) Family Readiness Directorate assists Army families as they manage military life. AUSA Family Readiness supports the needs and interests of Army families by advocating on their behalf, providing online readiness and resilience resources and offering programs, events and activities across the country. Follow the AUSA Family Readiness Blog for support in maintaining military family readiness.

Army Wife Network

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

Air Force Wounded Warrior Program

Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2) provides care and transition assistance for airmen coping with physical and psychological wounds as they finish up their time on active duty. Through personalized support and online resources for airmen and their families, AFW2 offers support for airmen as they reintegrate into civilian life. Stay up-to-date on AFW2 topics and programs by reading the Wounded Warrior News Bulletin.

Marine Corps Community Services Henderson Hall - Marine & Family Services

The Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) Marine & Family Services (MFS) provides readiness resources for Marines and their families in the National Capital Region Command. Through counseling, education, career, and family programs, MCCS MFS provides resilience and readiness tips and suggestions for Marines and their families while managing military life. Visit their website for a comprehensive list of programs and services available.

Deployment Health Assessment Program

The Deployment Health Assessment Program (DHAP) supports the maintenance of soldier readiness and resilience throughout the deployment cycle. By overseeing health assessments designed to identify signs of deployment-related wounds, DHAP provides health care and support to soldiers coping with physical and psychological health concerns. Learn about the different deployment health assessments throughout the deployment cycle to understand more about the program.

Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness

As part of the Army’s Ready and Resilient Campaign, Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness (CSF2) works to build and maintain resilience among soldiers and their families. Through training centers at installations across the country and the online self-development tool ArmyFit, CSF2 teaches soldiers and their families how to manage any challenge that may come their way during their time in the Army. Try out the Global Assessment Tool that can help improve your family’s health and readiness.

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, download the Partnership Program Informational Sheet or contact us.


Disclaimers

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.

The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense of this website or the information, products or services contained therein. For other than authorized activities such as military exchanges and Morale, Welfare and Recreation sites, the Department of Defense does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations. Such links are provided consistent with the stated purpose of this DoD website.

Last Reviewed: 07/12/13
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