Warrior Support Team™ Onsite Programs
To learn how to meet the needs of our warriors and understand how we can best assist them in recovery and reintegration, we build relationships with them at military treatment facilities each week by bringing freshly prepared meals and volunteer fellowship to the dining room table. Our warriors and their family members pick up resources from us, talk with us, and we listen. This program is perhaps the single most important component of what we do for the warriors. It is the beginning of a lasting relationship of trust, support, and service.
Dinners at Wounded Care Facilities
We serve meals to our wounded, ill, and injured (WII) warriors and their family members at military treatment facilities on both coasts to begin forming a relationship with them. The atmosphere of fellowship we bring to the table is perhaps the single most important component of what we do for the recovering warriors; it is the beginning of a lasting relationship of trust and support. It is the beginning of understanding what each family's needs are and how our grass-roots approach can help meet those needs.
At the military treatment facilities, we serve meals 2-4 times a month and distribute free copies of The Wounded Warrior Handbook and books by other experts on PTS and Combat Recovery. We also provide other resources to enhance the healing and recovery of wounded, ill, and injured service members, their caregivers, and their families. We help keep the Marine Corps Liaison Office supply closet well stocked for the day-to-day needs of outpatient families at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland.