The Wounded Warrior Volunteer Association (WWVA) recognizes and appreciates the willingness of our veterans, active duty and reservists to serve and protect. While the United States government attempts to meet the health care needs of those brave men and women there are times that some of those needs are not meet. Additionally we are concerned about those warriors that did not sustain injuries that "qualified" them for health care under such programs, warriors that have been "released" from such programs and those warriors that have given up on seeking care through such programs due to the extenuating bureaucracy involved. The primary mission of the Wounded Warriors Volunteer Association (WWVA) is to connect Iraq and Afghanistan veterans that served during the most recent conflict, starting in October 2001 through the present, with healthcare providers and services who agree to provide quality care at no cost to the warrior.
Wounded Warrior Volunteer Association