U.S. Army Recovery Care Program

U.S. Army Recovery Care Program The ARCP page is the official page for the U.S. Army Care Program. Our motto is Recover and Overcome! Following, sharing and links do not equal endorsement.

The mission of the U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) Deputy Chief of Staff for Army Recovery Care Program(DCS, ARCP) is to develop, coordinate and integrate the Army's Recovery Care Program (ARCP) for wounded, ill and injured Soldiers, Veterans and their Families or Caregivers to promote success in the force or civilian life. ARCP serves an essential role, not only in managing the care and recovery of Soldiers evacuated from theater, but also those preparing to deploy and those who have returned from combat that require complex care management to cope with the effects of war and multiple deployments. ARCP works to ensure everything possible is done to enable Soldiers to return to duty. ARCP also plays an important role in ensuring Reserve Component Soldiers receive the care they require prior to and after deployment to remain mission ready.

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#ICYMI U.S. Army Surgeon General and Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Command, LTG R. Scott Di**le, and Command Ser...
04/30/2021
AUSAs Noon Report - LTG R. Scott Di**le and CSM Diamond Hough - 4-12-2021

#ICYMI U.S. Army Surgeon General and Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical Command, LTG R. Scott Di**le, and Command Sergeant Major Diamond D. Hough talk about Army Medicine efforts over the past year including COVID-19 and medical readiness.

#ArmyMedicine #USArmy #ARCP

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AUSA's Noon Report presents:Lieutenant General R. Scott Di**le45th Surgeon General of the U.S. Army and Commanding General, U.S. Army Medical CommandCommand ...

Just short of one full year of training under COVID-19 mitigation measures, the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence g...
04/29/2021
20,000th Soldier graduates MEDCoE under COVID-19 conditions

Just short of one full year of training under COVID-19 mitigation measures, the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence graduated their 20,000th trainee in March.

All of the Army’s medical professionals receive training at the MEDCoE at some point in their careers. Trainees comprise of over 47 careers such as nurses, doctors, physician assistants, respiratory specialists, medical laboratory specialists and combat medics.

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JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas –Just short of one full year of training under COVID-19 mitigation measures, the U.S. Army Medical Center...

Cpl. Mary Velis has been through a lot physically. She recently had a third surgery on her right ankle after suffering a...
04/28/2021
Cpl. Velis Fired up for Army Trials After Missing 2020 Event

Cpl. Mary Velis has been through a lot physically. She recently had a third surgery on her right ankle after suffering an injury to her lower extremities, forcing her to significantly strengthen her upper body. Training for Army Trials was a critical part of the recovery process, she said.

Velis, from the Joint Base Lewis-McChord Soldier Recovery Unit in Washington state, competed in the 2021 Army Trials and has now won a spot on Team Army for the Defense Department's annual Warrior Games in September. @MadiganHealth

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#WomenWednesday #ARCP #TeamArmy #RecoverAndOvercome #WarriorGames21

ARLINGTON, Va. — Cpl. Mary Velis was all psyched to head to the 2020 Army Trials after months of training when she got the unfortunate news the day befo...

For two weeks at the Fort Hood, Texas Soldier Recovery Unit, eight warriors teamed up to tackle one of the biggest chall...
04/27/2021
Fort Hood Soldiers Battle Together in Major Challenge

For two weeks at the Fort Hood, Texas Soldier Recovery Unit, eight warriors teamed up to tackle one of the biggest challenges they've encountered since arriving at the unit: the 2021 Army Trials.

Army Trials helps with both the physical and mental recovery. Soldiers are able to discover new adaptations to manage their injuries. Mentally, they're able to focus on the positive and develop a camaraderie with their fellow athletes. @FortHoodSRU

Amy Summers, recreational therapist at the Fort Hood SRU said, “These skills will serve them long after they leave the SRU.”

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#ARCP #TeamArmy #RecoverAndOvercome #WarriorGames21

ARLINGTON, Va. — For two weeks at the Fort Hood, Texas Soldier Recovery Unit, eight warriors teamed up to tackle one of the biggest challenges they'...

Back in April 2019, Tripler Army Medical Center in Hawaii hosted an occupational therapy open house. Attendees learned h...
04/27/2021

Back in April 2019, Tripler Army Medical Center in Hawaii hosted an occupational therapy open house. Attendees learned how the clinic helps Soldiers, family members, and retirees participate in daily living through therapeutic activities. People recovering from physical or mental injury sometimes require assistance with the life skills. The Tripler OT team treats approximately 17,000 patients each year. @tripleramc

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04/26/2021

#ARCP #OccupationalTherapyMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #OccupationalTherapy #OccupationalTherapist #OT #Rehabilitation

#ARCP #OccupationalTherapyMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #OccupationalTherapy #OccupationalTherapist #OT #Rehabilitation

SSG Shawn Sharpe summed it up like this: “Participating in the Army Trials allows Soldiers to regain their confidence by...
04/22/2021

SSG Shawn Sharpe summed it up like this: “Participating in the Army Trials allows Soldiers to regain their confidence by competing and training in events.
No matter how we perform, we have won because we have shown ourselves that we can adapt and overcome the physical and mental challenges that brought us to the SRU.”
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#RecoverAndOvercome #ThriveThursday #ThoughtThursday #ArmyTrials2021 #ARCP #WarriorGames

SSG Shawn Sharpe summed it up like this: “Participating in the Army Trials allows Soldiers to regain their confidence by competing and training in events.
No matter how we perform, we have won because we have shown ourselves that we can adapt and overcome the physical and mental challenges that brought us to the SRU.”
@fortblisswtb
#RecoverAndOvercome #ThriveThursday #ThoughtThursday #ArmyTrials2021 #ARCP #WarriorGames

Sgt. 1st Class Elizabeth Marks is a combat medic but also a heavily decorated Paralympic swimmer, Pat Tillman ESPY award...
04/21/2021

Sgt. 1st Class Elizabeth Marks is a combat medic but also a heavily decorated Paralympic swimmer, Pat Tillman ESPY award winner, and a 2017 Army Woman’s Hall of Fame inductee. She credits all of this to her mentors, her brothers and sisters in arms.

Things took a turn when Marks was injured while on assignment in Iraq. “No one expects to be injured. It is one of those things that no one thinks will happen to them,” said Marks.

Marks was sent to Brooke Army Medical Center for recovery, and it was at this point she discovered her passion for swimming. @BrookeArmyMedicalCenter @OfficialSGTMarks

#WomenWednesday #ARCP #RecoverandOvercome

Sgt. 1st Class Elizabeth Marks is a combat medic but also a heavily decorated Paralympic swimmer, Pat Tillman ESPY award winner, and a 2017 Army Woman’s Hall of Fame inductee. She credits all of this to her mentors, her brothers and sisters in arms.

Things took a turn when Marks was injured while on assignment in Iraq. “No one expects to be injured. It is one of those things that no one thinks will happen to them,” said Marks.

Marks was sent to Brooke Army Medical Center for recovery, and it was at this point she discovered her passion for swimming. @BrookeArmyMedicalCenter @OfficialSGTMarks

#WomenWednesday #ARCP #RecoverandOvercome

Happy Administrative Professionals Day to the stellar support team at ARCP. Administrative professionals are the glue fo...
04/21/2021

Happy Administrative Professionals Day to the stellar support team at ARCP. Administrative professionals are the glue for the staff they support. The day celebrates these devoted individuals and their valuable work.

#AdministrativeAssistant #ExecutiveAssistant #AdminSupport

Happy Administrative Professionals Day to the stellar support team at ARCP. Administrative professionals are the glue for the staff they support. The day celebrates these devoted individuals and their valuable work.

#AdministrativeAssistant #ExecutiveAssistant #AdminSupport

Two Soldier Recovery Units have incorporated mindfulness as part of occupational therapy activities: Schofield Barracks,...
04/20/2021

Two Soldier Recovery Units have incorporated mindfulness as part of occupational therapy activities: Schofield Barracks, Hawaii and the Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
#ARCP #OccupationalTherapyMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #OccupationalTherapy #OccupationalTherapist #OT #Rehabilitation

Two Soldier Recovery Units have incorporated mindfulness as part of occupational therapy activities: Schofield Barracks, Hawaii and the Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
#ARCP #OccupationalTherapyMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #OccupationalTherapy #OccupationalTherapist #OT #Rehabilitation

• @joe.c.black Congrats to our very own CPT Susan Patton. Based on her performance in track & field, cycling, and rowing...
04/20/2021

• @joe.c.black Congrats to our very own CPT Susan Patton. Based on her performance in track & field, cycling, and rowing during the Army Trials last month, she was chosen as one of the athletes to represent Team Army at the 2021 DoD Warrior Games. Fort Hood SRU Gladiators putting in the work! #TeamArmy #WarriorGames21 #PhantomStrong #peoplefirst @iiicorpsandforthood

• @joe.c.black Congrats to our very own CPT Susan Patton. Based on her performance in track & field, cycling, and rowing during the Army Trials last month, she was chosen as one of the athletes to represent Team Army at the 2021 DoD Warrior Games. Fort Hood SRU Gladiators putting in the work! #TeamArmy #WarriorGames21 #PhantomStrong #peoplefirst @iiicorpsandforthood

Congratulations Team Army ! A mix of 45 active duty members and veterans will represent Team Army at the 2021 DoD Warrio...
04/19/2021
45 Athletes to Represent Team Army at 2021 DoD Warrior Games

Congratulations Team Army ! A mix of 45 active duty members and veterans will represent Team Army at the 2021 DoD Warrior Games in Orlando, Florida. Our Soldiers will compete against other military branches in sports such as wheelchair basketball, archery, golf and more. Check out our team! @WarriorGames

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ARLINGTON, Va. — The Army Recovery Care Program announced today the selection of 45 athletes to represent Team Army at the upcoming 2021 Department of D...

Month of the Military Child represents all the kids who stand behind their active duty and reserve parents by when offer...
04/19/2021
Month of the Military Child

Month of the Military Child represents all the kids who stand behind their active duty and reserve parents by when offering their own support of the military.

Check out this video featuring a few military children on Fort Stewart, Georgia, answering questions about their parents and the military.

The Army offers several programs to ensure Army children are healthy and resilient, including childcare, summer camps, tutoring, nutrition and health classes, and youth sports.

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#Motmc #MilitaryKids #MilitaryMonday

Our military families sacrifice a lot, especially the children, so every April we take time to celebrate Month of the Military Child. We ask military children on Fort Stewart, Georgia, a few questions to acknowledge and support our military children! Since April 1986, the Army has observed Month of....

Happy 74th anniversary #USArmy Medical Specialist Corps, many of whom serve in the Army Recovery Care Program.#ARCP #Arm...
04/16/2021

Happy 74th anniversary #USArmy Medical Specialist Corps, many of whom serve in the Army Recovery Care Program.
#ARCP #ArmyMedicine

Happy 74th anniversary #USArmy Medical Specialist Corps, many of whom serve in the Army Recovery Care Program.
#ARCP #ArmyMedicine

What’s happening at the National Museum of the United States Army? It’s hosting a virtual book discussion today about th...
04/15/2021

What’s happening at the National Museum of the United States Army? It’s hosting a virtual book discussion today about the significant role two division commanders played in World War II.
#MilitaryMuseum #MilitaryHistory #USArmy

What’s happening at the National Museum of the United States Army? It’s hosting a virtual book discussion today about the significant role two division commanders played in World War II.
#MilitaryMuseum #MilitaryHistory #USArmy

Pain is one of the biggest concerns Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Meredith McDonnell sees at the Fort Belvoir...
04/15/2021

Pain is one of the biggest concerns Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Meredith McDonnell sees at the Fort Belvoir Soldier Recovery Unit, so she decided to do something about it.
McDonnell found that chronic and neuropathic pain were impacting Soldier engagement in the adaptive reconditioning program. She created the Techniques for Pain Management group to familiarize Soldiers with non-invasive treatment options. @WTBFortBelvoir

#ARCP #OccupationalTherapyMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #OccupationalTherapy #OccupationalTherapist #OT #Rehabilitation

Pain is one of the biggest concerns Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant Meredith McDonnell sees at the Fort Belvoir Soldier Recovery Unit, so she decided to do something about it.
McDonnell found that chronic and neuropathic pain were impacting Soldier engagement in the adaptive reconditioning program. She created the Techniques for Pain Management group to familiarize Soldiers with non-invasive treatment options. @WTBFortBelvoir

#ARCP #OccupationalTherapyMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #OccupationalTherapy #OccupationalTherapist #OT #Rehabilitation

How do Soldiers at the Soldier Recovery Units decompress? They pick up a paintbrush. Earlier this year, 1LT Anna Walker ...
04/14/2021

How do Soldiers at the Soldier Recovery Units decompress? They pick up a paintbrush.

Earlier this year, 1LT Anna Walker taught a Valentine’s Day painting class at the Fort Carson SRU at Colorado. Participants showcased their talents, while also improving cognition skills. @FTCarsonBN

Back in October, the Seattle Rugby Club hosted Soldiers and veterans from the Joint Base Lewis-McChord SRU for a painting session. Seattle Rugby Club’s President, Kevin Flynn, who coached the All Army and Combined Services Rugby teams organized the event. @MadiganHealth

Sgt. Jose Alfaro, who hails from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's Soldier Recovery Unit, participated ...
04/13/2021
Sgt. Jose Alfaro brings fire, competitive spirit to 2021 Army Trials

Sgt. Jose Alfaro, who hails from the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's Soldier Recovery Unit, participated in archery, rowing, sitting volleyball, and hand-cycling at the 2021 Army Trials. It was his first time competing in the Trials — or any type of event involving multiple sports for that matter.

"It was all new to me," he said. "I was told about it and I said, 'why not?' I thought it would be something new to experience while in the military."

It was a bold decision for him, as he had less than a month to train. @WRBethesda

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#ArmyTrials2021 #ARCP #RecoverAndOvercome

ARLINGTON, Va. — Sgt. Jose Alfaro is proof that you don't need an extensive sports background to participate in the annual Army Trials — if you'...

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04/13/2021

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It was a completely unanticipated part of Maj. Adriana de Julio’s recovery journey when she competed in three sports dur...
04/08/2021
Former Ultrarunner Maj. Adriana de Julio Recovers Through Adaptive Sports

It was a completely unanticipated part of Maj. Adriana de Julio’s recovery journey when she competed in three sports during the recent Army Trials 2021. She participated in air rifle, cycling and archery during the two-week-long athletic competition. The experience challenged, strengthened and surprised her.

The Soldier Recovery Unit and the Army Recovery Care Program provided her with a mindset in which she doesn’t think of herself as a disabled athlete. “I think of myself as being an enabled athlete,” de Julio said. @FTCarsonBN Adriana de Julio
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#ArmyTrials2021 #ARCP #RecoverAndOvercome #WG21

ARLINGTON, Va. – It was a completely unanticipated part of Maj. Adriana de Julio’s recovery journey when she competed in three sport events during the r...

It’s Occupational Therapy Month! Occupational Therapy staff support Soldiers, retirees and family members with clinical ...
04/08/2021
BACH recognizes Occupational Therapy Month

It’s Occupational Therapy Month! Occupational Therapy staff support Soldiers, retirees and family members with clinical services within hospitals, warrior care, mild TBI treatment, educational development intervention, behavioral health, ergonomics, and research and development.

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#ARCP #OccupationalTherapyMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #ThrowbackThursday

*no titles for individualized production purposes* Name key info Maj. Robin Tennekoon, Chief of Occupational Therapy, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital It’s #occupationaltherapy Month! Currently, OTs are embedded with a number of battalions supporting the Army's Holistic Health and Fitness Progr...

When Linda Rasnake’s husband was injured in 2006, she had to uproot from Arizona to the Washington, D.C. area. She is no...
04/07/2021
Walter Reed program helps caregivers navigate a new phase in their lives

When Linda Rasnake’s husband was injured in 2006, she had to uproot from Arizona to the Washington, D.C. area. She is now the family readiness support assistant at Walter Reed and has built a network of caregivers the past 14 years. This network provides people who have experienced walking away from a home, a job, or even children, to care for a loved one. @WRBethesda

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#ARCP #RecoverAndOvercome #WomenWednesday

ARLINGTON, Va. — When a Soldier suffers a catastrophic injury, it’s not just their life that turns on its head. The loved one who cares for that Soldier...

@WHO provides resources to raise awareness for the health and security of people around the world.The World Health Day t...
04/07/2021

@WHO provides resources to raise awareness for the health and security of people around the world.

The World Health Day theme for 2021 is “Building a fairer, healthier world for everyone.”

#WorldHealthDay #GlobalHealth

@WHO provides resources to raise awareness for the health and security of people around the world.

The World Health Day theme for 2021 is “Building a fairer, healthier world for everyone.”

#WorldHealthDay #GlobalHealth

The 2021 virtual Army Trials was a short burst of activity: just two weeks jam-packed with sports for some of the hardes...
04/06/2021
Months of preparation go into Fort Campbell SRU Soldiers’ 2021 Army Trials

The 2021 virtual Army Trials was a short burst of activity: just two weeks jam-packed with sports for some of the hardest-working athletes in the United States Army. But what often goes unseen is the extensive training, and for Soldiers at the Fort Campbell Soldier Recovery Unit in Kentucky, that preparation began a year ago.

Remote coaching started back in April 2020, shortly after last year’s event was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Also, individuals gained access to an equipment room so they could work on cycling, air rifle/air pistol, and other sports, observing COVID-19 safety protocols. When the weather allowed, activities took place outdoors. @BACH.Fort.Campbell

Soldiers across the country competed virtually in the 2021 Army Trials and some will represent Team Army in the Warrior Games in September.

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ARLINGTON, Va. — The 2021 Army Trials was a short burst of activity: just two weeks jam-packed with sports for some of the hardest-working athletes in t...

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The purpose of ARCP page is to provide a forum for members of the ARCP community to share experiences to support their long-term success in the force or in civilian life. If you have specific questions or concerns regarding your care, you may reach us directly at [email protected] If you are an AW2 Soldier, Veteran, or Family member and would like to speak with an AW2 Advocate privately about your care, please visit www.WTC.army.mil/AW2 for a listing of AW2 Advocates in your region or call (877) 393-9058. All comments on this page will be reviewed. Please show respect to those you are addressing and remember that ARCP reserves the right to delete any comments that contain abusive or vulgar language, spam, hate speech, personal attacks, or any other comments that are not appropriate or relevant to the care of wounded Soldiers, and Veterans, or their Families. ARCP will attempt to comment on legitimate questions and concerns relating to the mission of ARCP and the Army’s efforts to assist wounded Soldiers, Veterans, and their Families. While the Army will not be collecting or retaining comments or messages sent through Facebook, please keep in mind that this is a public forum and any information you provide may be publicly accessible. Please do not include any personal details, such as your social security number, case number, or any other sensitive personal information. While ARCP encourages Soldiers, Veterans, and their Families to share their experiences and best practices, please only do so if you are comfortable. The ARCP page is administered by four ARCP Strategic Communications staff members.

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