The Federal Recovery Coordination Program is available to veterans who are seriously injured, wounded or ill. The program offers the benefit of assignment of a Federal Recovery Coordinator who will assist you in “recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration.”
According to the VA’s website, you must be referred to the program by a military commander, or a member of your healthcare team. However, the site states that you can make a “self-referral,” too.
Additionally, to qualify for the Federal Recovery Coordination Program, you must be receiving “acute care” in a military treatment center and have one or more of the following serious injuries:
- Spinal cord injury
- Visual impairment
- Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
- Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- At risk for psychosocial complications
Call 1-877-732-4456 for more information on this program for disabled veterans.