Join Wounded Warrior Project
Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is committed to helping every warrior achieve their highest ambition. At WWP, you’re not a member – you’re an alumnus, a valued part of a community that’s been where you’ve been and understands what you need. Wherever you are in your journey, our programs, services, and resources are built to reduce the burden of visible and invisible wounds and are here to help you take the next steps that are right for you.
Once registered, everything we offer is free because a price cannot be put on empowering, employing, and getting warriors engaged in their community.
About Joining WWP
If you are a veteran or service member who suffered a physical or mental injury, wound, or illness during your military service on or after September 11, 2001, you can register below. Once registered you’ll have access to our programs in areas like mental health, financial wellness, physical health and peer and community connection.
Family Support Member Registration
Warriors aren’t the only ones who face challenges after transitioning back to civilian life. Wounded Warrior Project understands the importance of a strong support system and we’re here to serve those who support the transition and recovery of their veteran family member.
To complete the registration process, we'll need you to provide the most recent copy of one or more of the below documents based on your status. Additional information or documentation may be needed to confirm eligibility for WWP services.
If you are discharged or retired:
- DD214 (showing final discharge status)
- NGB 22 (National Guard)
- DD256, discharge orders or discharge certificate (Reserves)
- VA Benefits Summary Letter (includes dates of service and character of discharge)
- MEB/PEB Narrative Summary
- Current Unit Orders to a WTU/WTB
- Line of Duty (LOD) Form with Memo
- Service/Personnel Record (ERB/ORB/BIR/SURF/EPR/etc.)
- Orders or Citation for a post-9/11 combat-related award