Wounded, Ill and Injured

A Continuum of Care for Wounded, Ill and Injured

Recovering from a battlefield injury, training accident or even a long illness can be a daunting prospect for service members and their loved ones. The USO of NC supports service members and their families who are recovering and receiving treatment. We operate a satellite center at the Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Bragg, offering a place where warriors who are recovering from injuries can come together with other; enjoy gaming, movies, snacks and camaraderie. We also offer dinners throughout the week and special activity nights and holiday events. This satellite center plays a critical role in the overall recovery of our wounded, ill and injured. Throughout the state, the USO of NC supports installation and community programs, such as the Valor Games. Programs are designed to promote recreational therapy and continual care throughout recovery and community reintegration.

Our Spouse Reset program provides vital links to information, programming and community support for the healing families.

For those warriors struggling with unseen wounds, the USO of NC offers Warrior Reset, a resiliency program designed to bring together servicemen and women to address issues around Post Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injuries. Our collaborative provider network NCServes provides opportunities for emergency 24/7/365 support.

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