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Wounded Warrior Project Independence Program

Live life to the fullest — and on your own terms! That’s just what the Independence Program helps you do.  It’s designed for warriors who rely on their families because of moderate to severe traumatic brain injury, spinal-cord injury, or other neurological conditions. In addition, the warrior’s cognitive or physical challenges limit their opportunities to access resources and activities in their own community.

Our Approach

The Wounded Warrior Project Independence Program is a team effort, bringing together the warrior, family, treatment team, and community-support professional to establish goals and develop a personal plan for each warrior.  It’s designed as a comprehensive long-term partnership intended to adapt to the individual's ever-changing needs.

The WWP Independence Program provides support and training for involvement in meaningful activities, including social, recreational, wellness, volunteer work, education, and other living skills.

Nationwide Support

Neuro Community Care is proud to support the Wounded Warrior Project’s Independence Program by providing assistance to Warriors throughout the country. Our skilled team of professionals help Warriors access community based resources & services, which are designed to improve the individual’s quality of life.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible for the Independence Program?

  • A WWP Alumni with a diagnosis of moderate to severe brain injury, spinal cord injury, or neurological condition.

Dose my injury have to be service related?

  • No. As long as you are a registered Alumni with WWP, your Independence Program qualifying diagnosis does not have to be service related.

What if I am not registered with the Wounded Warrior Program?

  • If you are not currently registered with WWP please visit our registration page for details about who is eligible to register with WWP and how to get started. WWP supports veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001.

    The Independence Program is one of a variety of veteran programs and services to help you take the steps that are right for you, including programs for physical and mental wellness, career transition, and support in obtaining benefits for disabled veterans from Veterans Affairs (VA).