WNAP was created to help guide warriors and their families through the military and Veteran Affairs' healthcare systems, while helping connect them with community resources, non-medical services and civilian healthcare in order to return them to productive lives.
Our mission is to provide guidance and clinical support to military and civilian healthcare professionals with treatment, rehabilitation and reintegration of recovering warriors, enabling them to return to active duty or back to the community as productive veterans. We help guide recovering warriors and their families through the healthcare system and connect recovering warriors and their families with available resources that can help them resolve issues.
Returning warriors and their families can reach out for person-to-person support from a team that is specially trained to deal with the unique challenges they encounter. Guidance for the civilian healthcare sector caring for these service members is also available.
Caring for a wounded hero has many rewards, but it can also be demanding physically, emotionally and financially. Caregivers have many of their own responsibilities such as work, bills and taking care of children. As a caregiver, it's important to remember to make time for yourself. Do something for yourself each day. Join a support group where you can talk things over with other caregivers to help you realize that you are not alone. Hearing how others cope in similar circumstances can provide guidance for your specific situation.