Community Support Network
Each organization listed in the WTC Community Support Network offers products and services that are either free, covered by insurance, or significantly reduced in price with all costs being disclosed up front and prior to any agreement between the organization and all wounded, ill or injured Soldiers, Veterans, their Families, and Caregivers. Download the Community Support Network factsheet for more information.
Organizations interested in supporting wounded, ill or injured Soldiers, Veterans, their Families, and Caregivers participating in the CSN and should complete the registration form.
How is this network unique from other networks? To be included in the Community Support Network, the services or products offered are either free, covered by insurance, or significantly reduced in price with all costs being disclosed up front and prior to any agreement between the organization and all wounded, ill or injured Soldiers, Veterans, their Families, and Caregivers.
To register, organizations should review the Community Support Network brochure (PDF) and return the registration form via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions or concerns, email the address provided or call 703-428-8347.
Directory of Services and Resources
The impact Community Support Network organizations have on our population is difficult to measure; in fact, it is priceless. Participants in the Community Support Network are local organizations which offer a wide variety of products and services to wounded, ill or injured Soldiers, Veterans, their Families, and Caregivers to help them with their transition and adjustment to their new normal. Products and service resources include:
- Adaptive Materials and Services
- Adaptive Reconditioning and Recreational Services
- Alternative and Holistic Medicine and Services
- Animal and Pet Supplies and Services
- Care Packages, Correspondence, Food, and Moral Support
- Caregivers Assistance
- Crisis Counseling and Intervention
- Dietary and Nutritional Information Counseling
- Education and Training
- Emergency Contact Information
- Employment Support and Opportunities
- Equine Services
- Family Planning
- Fertility and Reproduction Counseling
- Financial Counseling and Services
- Housing and Relocation Assistance and Counseling
- Interactive Communications Forum
- Language and Translation Services
- Legal Services
- Medical Equipment, Aids, and Devices
- Mental Wellness Support and Counseling
- Physical and Rehabilitative Support
- Resource Databases
- Retirement and Transition
- Service Dogs and Therapy Dogs
- Services for Families, Children, and Caregivers
- State Programs for Veterans
- Substance Abuse Assistance and Counseling
- Travel Resources and Retreats
- Veteran, Soldier, and Family Assistance
Military OneSource is a Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, Guard and Reserve servicemembers, and their Families. Information includes, but is not limited to, deployment, reunion, relationship, grief, spouse employment and education, parenting and child care, legal assistance, and much more.
Military OneSource has policy and programmatic information, helpful resources, products, articles and tips on numerous topics related to military life. Services are available 24 hours a day by telephone and online.
National Resource Directory
The National Resource Directory (NRD) is a website for wounded, ill or injured servicemembers, Veterans, their Families and those who support them. The NRD is a partnership among the Departments of Defense, Labor, and Veterans Affairs, and it contains information from more than 10,000 resources, including: federal, state, and local government agencies; Veterans service and benefit organizations; non-profit and community-based organizations; academic institutions, and professional associations that provide assistance to wounded warriors and their Families.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Benefits
AW2 encourages all AW2 Soldiers and Veterans to work with their AW2 Advocate to maximize the broad range of programs and services provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) .
Disclaimer: Wounded, ill and injured Active Duty Soldiers (including Reserve and National Guard Soldiers while on active duty) need to obtain an ethics opinion if the value of any individual gift or donation they receive exceeds $350 or if various gifts from the same source in a calendar year exceed $1000.
Disclaimer: Participants in the CSN are external organizations that have agreed to share information about the WTC Community Support Network with their members and to support wounded, ill or injured Soldiers, Veterans, their Families and Caregivers. AW2, the Warrior Transition Command, the U.S. Army and the U.S. Department of Defense do not endorse these organizations and are not responsible for the content of their websites.