Office of Warrior Care Policy

The mission of the Office of Warrior Care Policy is to proactively support wounded, ill, and injured Service members in their recovery and reintegration or transition to civilian life.

The office was established in November 2008 under the Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness (USD P&R) within the U.S. Department of Defense. Responsibilities of the office include Recovery Care Coordination and Transition Policy.

The Recovery Coordination Program includes resources and programs such as non-medical care coordination, the Operation Warfighter internship program, the Warrior Athletic Reconditioning Program, and the National Resource Directory. Transition Policy includes oversight of the Integrated Disability Evaluation System.

The Office of Warrior Care Policy also supports the resources and programs offered by each Military Service’s wounded warrior program, and provides assistance and guidance to these programs when necessary.

To learn more about the programs and resources offered by the Office of Warrior Care Policy, please visit our Resources tab.

To learn more about the Wounded Warrior Programs of each Military Service, please visit them online:

Army Warrior Care and Transition Program

Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment

Air Force Wounded Warrior (AFW2)

Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor

US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Care Coalition

The Warrior Care BrandWCP_Logo_FINAL_7x8.5_RGB

  • The Warrior Care logo is designed to embody the mission, vision, and values of the Office of Warrior Care. Collectively, the silhouettes represent the spectrum of demographics that Warrior Care serves – male and female service members who are wounded, ill, and injured, in uniform and in civilian attire, their family members and their caregivers – throughout the continuum of care as the Service members recover, reintegrate into military or civilian life, and triumph.
  • The hands depict the Department of Defense’s commitment to providing holistic care to support our Nation’s wounded, ill and injured Service members, as well as their caregivers, and their families. The three stars in the base of the hands represent the office’s three star equivalent Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and the office’s tagline of “Recover, Reintegrate, and Triumph” borders the logo, as a reminder of the important vision statement to which the office has committed.
  • The logo incorporates our Nation’s patriotic colors as well as shades of purple to convey the office’s dedication to all branches of service



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Contact us:

The Office of Warrior Care Policy

2345 Crystal Drive, Suite 120

Arlington, VA 22202