Wounded Warrior Project remains committed to providing those we serve with valuable resources as we navigate the evolving COVID-19 situation together.
View a special message from Wounded Warrior Project CEO Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Mike Linnington on how we are actively adapting our programs and services to meet your needs in the face of changing circumstances.
- Try some Healthy Living Tips from your WWP Physical Health & Wellness team to practice proper nutrition and movement.
- Mindfulness and resiliency are important skills to practice, today and always. Check out these mindfulness apps to reduce stress, manage anxiety, and maintain positivity.
- Download the Team RWB app and stay active by participating in a virtual workout or event.
- Consult with your VA healthcare team from anywhere using VA Video Connect (VVC) Telehealth and visit MyHealtheVet to manage appointments, refill prescriptions, and view health records.
- If you are a caregiver caring for a warrior, join the Hidden Heroes Caregiver Community to share your story, seek advice, and find commonality with other military caregivers.
- WWP partners, such as Centerstone, are offering telehealth mental health care. Call the Resource Center to learn more.
- Learn how to cook healthy and flavorful recipes the whole family will enjoy with the help from Chef Egg.
- Learn how to use Zoom to stay connected and join virtual events (including many of our own WWP offerings).
- Join fellow veterans in the WWP Fit Strava Group to stay accountable and motivated with walking, hiking, jogging, and running.
- Stay connected with your Soldier Ride team, fellow warriors, and track your healthy journey with our WWP Soldier Ride Strava Club.
- Join The American Red Cross on one of many live chats and webinars by and for veteran caregivers to gain resources and support.
- Learn how to navigate childcare changes by visiting the DoD’s Military OneSource.
- Tap into the various free TedEd learning opportunities our partner Military Child Education Coalition has to offer, including videos, in-depth content, discussion forums, and more.
- Tune into WWP partner Boulder Crest Retreat's Struggle Well podcast to learn about the wellness triangle and helpful tips to stay balanced during these difficult times.
- Move to the beat with WWP partner Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program as they discuss the benefits of turning up the tunes and dancing and give you tips and music to get the party started.
- Access Military OneSource's Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Digital Library, a free, online database for you and your family. The library contains eBooks, audio books, reference books, courses, and more to help the whole family stay engaged in your education and career.
- Powered by WWP, Elizabeth Dole Foundation has launched a new Caregiver Community Connection (C3) webinar series to provide a virtual community, mental health support, and family recreational/social support for military caregivers. Tune into the webinar series on EDF's Facebook page.
- Download the VA's COVID Coach App for tools for self-care, trackers to check in on your mood, and educational resources about how to cope during the pandemic.
- Got kids at home? Join the Travis Manion Foundation for their daily “Character Does Matter” Facebook Live sessions, featuring their team of trained, vetted, and inspirational veteran leaders.
- If you love gaming and livestreaming, join WWP's Discord chat server where you can connect with other warriors and families virtually across the country.
- Register for your own Carry Forward Virtual 5K and learn training tips and get support through the Virtual Facebook group.
As a reminder, many of our programs are always available virtually and remain unaffected, for example:
- WWP Talk connects warriors and family members to a WWP team member for consistent weekly emotional support phone calls to improve their mental health and well-being.
- Benefits Service empowers warriors, giving them the necessary tools to learn and understand their benefit options.
- Warriors to Work serves warriors and family members who are transitioning their career or looking to develop their professional skills.
To learn more about these programs, please contact the Resource Center.