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.

Operating as usual

Clinical staff within the Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU) work cohesively to help Soldiers focus on their recovery and rehab...
11/20/2020

Clinical staff within the Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU) work cohesively to help Soldiers focus on their recovery and rehabilitation. A team of interdisciplinary medical professionals address the unique needs of each Soldier.

#ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #ArmyMedicine #Soldiers #MilitaryHealth

More than 40 million caregivers across the country sacrifice to improve the quality of life for their loved ones. Nation...
11/20/2020

More than 40 million caregivers across the country sacrifice to improve the quality of life for their loved ones. National Family Caregivers Month is dedicated to celebrating the family caregivers including parents with special needs children, families and friends of wounded soldiers, and others who care for loved ones with chronic conditions and disabilities.

#NFCMonth #FamilyCaregivers #Caregivers

The Career and Education Readiness (CER) division assists transitioning Soldiers with obtaining internships, vocational ...
11/19/2020

The Career and Education Readiness (CER) division assists transitioning Soldiers with obtaining internships, vocational training, continuing education and diverse assignments. The team of career professionals also partners with workplaces to create opportunities for Soldiers.

#ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #Careers #RecoverAndOvercome

Army Trials 2021 goes virtual.  Deadline for Veteran Applications is December 1, 2020Please contact the ARCP AR Team at ...
11/19/2020

Army Trials 2021 goes virtual. Deadline for Veteran Applications is December 1, 2020
Please contact the ARCP AR Team at
[email protected]l
for more information.
#ARCP #ArmyTrials2021 #USArmy

Have you used any of the resources from our Soldier Recovery Units? Comment below and share your experience with ARCP.#A...
11/19/2020

Have you used any of the resources from our Soldier Recovery Units? Comment below and share your experience with ARCP.

#ARCP #Army #Soldier #Military #WarriorCareMonth

Recovery Care Coordinators work closely with each Soldier to develop a Comprehensive Recovery Plan, which identifies the...
11/18/2020

Recovery Care Coordinators work closely with each Soldier to develop a Comprehensive Recovery Plan, which identifies the goals and the resources the Soldier needs to transition.

#ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOvercome

Soldiers participating in the Army Recovery Care Program are trying things they never considered, such as wake surfing, ...
11/18/2020
Soldiers try wake surfing, ice skating and paddle boarding

Soldiers participating in the Army Recovery Care Program are trying things they never considered, such as wake surfing, ice skating and paddle boarding. @FTCarsonBN

Read about what Soldiers are experiencing for the first time.
https://bit.ly/3ny5Yr4

#ARCP #RecoverAndOvercome #WarriorCareMonth #Army

Soldiers try wake surfing, ice skating and paddle boarding

DYK that adaptive reconditioning contributes to a successful recovery for Soldiers, whether they are transitioning back ...
11/17/2020

DYK that adaptive reconditioning contributes to a successful recovery for Soldiers, whether they are transitioning back to the force or to civilian life?

Golf, wheelchair basketball, gardening and even photography are some of the AR activities that
support Soldiers’ physical and emotional well-being.

Instagram and Twitter post
#ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #AdaptiveReconditioning #RecoverAndOvercome #Military

This #Warrior is dedicated to U.S. Army Sgt. Chris Schof. Learn how an accident helped prepare him for a future in mecha...
11/16/2020

This #Warrior is dedicated to U.S. Army Sgt. Chris Schof.
Learn how an accident helped prepare him for a future in mechanical engineering #ArmyRecoveryCare #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOverCome #MilitaryMonday

https://bit.ly/2IEubwY

Meet Staff Sgt. Altermese Kendrick#TBT #ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #ArmyMedicine
11/12/2020

Meet Staff Sgt. Altermese Kendrick
#TBT #ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #ArmyMedicine

Warrior Care Month is a time to reflect on the strength and resilience of our nation’s wounded, ill, and injured service...
11/12/2020

Warrior Care Month is a time to reflect on the strength and resilience of our nation’s wounded, ill, and injured service members. We salute all the personal and physical sacrifices of our warriors!

#WarriorCareMonth #ARCP #ArmyMedicine #UsArmy

ARCP has 14 SRUs across the country that provide support such as mission command, medical management, and transition ass...
11/11/2020

ARCP has 14 SRUs across the country that provide support such as mission command, medical management, and transition assistance to wounded, ill and injured Soldiers.
These SRUs are located at major military treatment facilities (MTFs) across the country.

@WTBFortBelvoir @MadiganHealth @BrookeArmyMedicalCenter @FortBenningWTB
@fortblisswtb @BACH.Fort.Campbell @FTCarsonBN @FortHoodSRU @WTBHawaii
@SRUFtRiley @WTBFortDrum @SoldierRecoveryUnitFortStewart
@FortBraggSFLTAP @WTBFortBelvoir @WRBethesda

#ARCP #SRU #RecoverAndOvercome #Army #Military

Veterans Day honors all of those who have served the country in war or peace and the sacrifices made. #VeteranStrong #Ve...
11/11/2020

Veterans Day honors all of those who have served the country in war or peace and the sacrifices made.

#VeteranStrong #VeteransDay #ARCP #ArmyMedicine #Veterans #VeteranSupport #Military #Army #VeteransHelpingVeterans #UsArmy #America #SupportOurVeterans

Due to COVID-19, the Joint Base Lewis McChord Soldier Recovery Unit, Washington, adaptive reconditioning program created...
11/10/2020
Adaptive reconditioning program rocks the Quad during the COVID-19 pandemic

Due to COVID-19, the Joint Base Lewis McChord Soldier Recovery Unit, Washington, adaptive reconditioning program created a new socially distanced music experience for recovering Soldiers.
When karaoke was canceled, Rock the Quad was born. Soldiers could listen to a live DJ outside while practicing social distancing, or from inside their rooms. @MadiganHealth

https://bit.ly/2I8q243

#ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #KillTheVirus #COVID19

Adaptive reconditioning program rocks the Quad during the...

11/10/2020
U.S. Marine Corps

Happy 245th Birthday to Marine Corps from ARCP.

Happy Birthday Marines

Join Commandant Gen. David H. Berger and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Troy E. Black as we celebrate the 245th birthday of our Corps.

#MessageMonday #ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOvercome
11/09/2020

#MessageMonday #ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOvercome

#FBF Hear from former Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho, Army Surgeon General and Commander U.S. Army Medical Command talks ab...
11/06/2020

#FBF Hear from former Lt. Gen. Patricia D. Horoho, Army Surgeon General and Commander U.S. Army Medical Command talks about the need to honor the sacrifices and service of our Wounded Warriors during Warrior Care Month in November.

https://bit.ly/329B9km

#FBF #ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #ArmyMedicine

November is Military Family MonthLTG Charles Luckey (Retired) speaks about the importance of the support Soldiers receiv...
11/05/2020
Month of the Military Family

November is Military Family Month

LTG Charles Luckey (Retired) speaks about the importance of the support Soldiers receive from their families to help them to keep going.

https://bit.ly/3268pJe

#ARCP #WoundedWarriorCareMonth #ArmyMedicine #USArmy #MilitaryFamilyMonth

LTG Charles Luckey speaks about how important of the family to the health of soldiers.

It’s that time of year! ARCP is now accepting applications for Army Trials 2021. Army veterans are welcomed to apply for...
11/04/2020

It’s that time of year! ARCP is now accepting applications for Army Trials 2021. Army veterans are welcomed to apply for the sports competition taking place March 9-18, 2021 in Fort Bliss, Texas. To request an application, please email [email protected]
with subject line, Army Trials Application Request.

In 2004, Army Secretary Les Brownlee directed the establishment of the Disabled Soldier Support System out of which the ...
11/04/2020

In 2004, Army Secretary Les Brownlee directed the establishment of the Disabled Soldier Support System out of which the Warrior Care and Transition Program (WCTP) was formed. Now known as the Army Recovery Care Program.

#ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #ArmyMedicine

Sometimes when a Soldier gets injured, it’s tough to get back into living life. It can be particularly intimidating when...
11/03/2020

Sometimes when a Soldier gets injured, it’s tough to get back into living life. It can be particularly intimidating when it comes to trying out sports. But an adaptive tennis program at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Soldier Recovery Unit, aims to overcome that obstacle.

@WRBethesda

https://bit.ly/35VXRNP

#ARCP #RecoverAndOvercome #TennisTuesday

U.S. Army Recovery Care Program's cover photo
11/03/2020

U.S. Army Recovery Care Program's cover photo

Don’t forget to vote today. If you’re planning to vote in person, here are some steps to make the process safer:• Vote d...
11/03/2020

Don’t forget to vote today. If you’re planning to vote in person, here are some steps to make the process safer:
• Vote during off-peak hours
• Complete a sample ballot at home
• Take advantage of curbside voting, if your location offers this service

#Voting #Election #VotingMatters #VotingRights #Covid #ElectionDay #IVoted #GoVote #VotingDay

COL Douglass speaks about ARCP’s transition during the past two years.https://bit.ly/3jRQ9sQ@WTBFortBelvoir @MadiganHeal...
11/02/2020
COL Douglass and the ARCP Transition - YouTube

COL Douglass speaks about ARCP’s transition during the past two years.

https://bit.ly/3jRQ9sQ

@WTBFortBelvoir @MadiganHealth @BrookeArmyMedicalCenter @FortBenningWTB
@fortblisswtb @BACH.Fort.Campbell @FTCarsonBN @FortHoodSRU @WTBHawaii
@SRUFtRiley @WTBFortDrum @SoldierRecoveryUnitFortStewart
@FortBraggSFLTAP @WTBFortBelvoir @WRBethesda

#ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #ArmyMedicine #USArmy

COL Douglas speaks about the ARCP and it's involvement in the AUSA Virtual Conference.

We’re kicking off Warrior Care Month and celebrating all things ARCP. Each week we plan to share stories, from past succ...
11/02/2020

We’re kicking off Warrior Care Month and celebrating all things ARCP. Each week we plan to share stories, from past successes to current activities, that embrace our motto, Recover and Overcome.

@MadiganHealth @BrookeArmyMedicalCenter @FortBenningWTB
@fortblisswtb @BACH.Fort.Campbell @FTCarsonBN @FortHoodSRU @WTBHawaii
@SRUFtRiley @WTBFortDrum @SoldierRecoveryUnitFortStewart
@FortBraggSFLTAP @WTBFortBelvoir @WRBethesda @SRUFortBelvoir

#ARCP #WarriorCareMonth #RecoverAndOvercome #ArmyMedicine #USArmy

Halloween will look a little different this year with COVID-19, here are safer alternatives to participate from the Cent...
10/30/2020

Halloween will look a little different this year with COVID-19, here are safer alternatives to participate from the Centers for Disease Control
#Halloween #StaySafe

The Army Recovery Care Program earned the Wolf Pack Award for exceptional work by an integrated group of military and ci...
10/29/2020
Army Recovery Care Program Earns Wolf Pack Award

The Army Recovery Care Program earned the Wolf Pack Award for exceptional work by an integrated group of military and civilian team members focused on excellence in support of Army Medicine. The team’s hard work resulted in a redesigned program that better serves Soldiers, their families, and caregivers, and increases Army readiness.

https://bit.ly/3ocpMBt

#ARCP #RecoverAndOvercome

Army Recovery Care Program Earns Wolf Pack Award

#TBT: When U.S. Army MEDDAC Victim Advocate and former Army Sergeant Major, Dana King is not counseling Soldiers at Fort...
10/29/2020
Dana King: Mentor and Coach

#TBT: When U.S. Army MEDDAC Victim Advocate and former Army Sergeant Major, Dana King is not counseling Soldiers at Fort Stewart Soldier Recovery Unit, you can catch him mentoring young women as the Assistant Basketball Coach for Bradwell Institute.

https://bit.ly/3o7WgNj

#TBT #ARCP #ThriveThursday

U.S. Army MEDDAC - Fort Stewart,Warrior Transition Battalion, Victim Advocate and former Army Sergeant Major, Dana King has spent over ten years of his life mentoring young women as the Assistant Basketball Coach for Bradwell Institute. Photojournalist Zach Rehnstrom sat down with King and his playe...

The National Museum of the United States Army opens Veterans Day, November 11 in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. This will be th...
10/28/2020
Timed-Entry Ticketing - National Museum of the United States Army

The National Museum of the United States Army opens Veterans Day, November 11 in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. This will be the first and only museum to tell the entire history of the U.S. Army since its establishment in 1775.
“The National Army Museum will be a place for members of the total Army family to gather and share their stories, while also creating an opportunity for visitors to connect with our nation’s history through the eyes and voices of individual Soldiers.”–Secretary of the Army, Ryan D. McCarthy
The museum is open to the public and tickets are free. What you need to know before you go.

https://bit.ly/3dLX4Cv

#USArmy #Museum

The Museum will open with enhanced health and safety measures for visitors. Free, timed-entry tickets are required to manage visitor capacity and provide an

Sgt. 1st Class Derrick Hurts has been working hard to fill in the gaps caused by the pandemic at the Soldier Recovery Un...
10/27/2020
Fort Stewart's Sgt. 1st Class Hurts goes the extra mile for Soldiers

Sgt. 1st Class Derrick Hurts has been working hard to fill in the gaps caused by the pandemic at the Soldier Recovery Unit, Fort Stewart, Georgia. @SoldierRecoveryUnitFortStewart

Hurts has been a big supporter of the adaptive reconditioning program during the pandemic, coming in weekly to deliver everything from activity packets and crafts to helping Soldiers sign out a bike or workout equipment to stay in shape. As a result, staff didn't have to come in to handle Soldiers' needs as much and could focus on other essential tasks.

https://bit.ly/3dXBnQl

#ARCP #KillTheVirus #Covid19

COVID-19 has forced everyone in the Army to adapt and overcome. Fortunately, the Army Recovery Care Program and Soldier Recovery Units (SRUs) have been delivering — particularly because of people like Sgt. 1st Class Derrick Hurts at Fort Stewart, Georgia. Hurts has been working hard to fill in the...

DYK: National Disability Employment Awareness Month originated at the end of World War II, as service members returned s...
10/26/2020

DYK: National Disability Employment Awareness Month originated at the end of World War II, as service members returned severely injured and sometimes permanently disabled. This sparked a huge interest in hiring people with disabilities in the workplace.
#Ndeam #USArmy

Fitness is key to living a healthy life. Here are 3 things to help with your wellness routine:• Maintain a healthy diet ...
10/23/2020

Fitness is key to living a healthy life. Here are 3 things to help with your wellness routine:

• Maintain a healthy diet to build energy
• Engage in cardiovascular activity
• Use resistance training to help build muscle

#FitnessFriday

Timeline Photos
10/22/2020

Timeline Photos

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Do you know the signs and symptoms of breast cancer? #BreastCancerAwa...
10/22/2020

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Do you know the signs and symptoms of breast cancer?

#BreastCancerAwareness #BreastCancer #PinkRibbon

Watch as CSM Diamond D. Hough, Command Sergeant Major, US Army Medical Commandencourages Soldiers to adopt ARCP’s motto ...
10/21/2020

Watch as CSM Diamond D. Hough, Command Sergeant Major, US Army Medical Command
encourages Soldiers to adopt ARCP’s motto #RecoverAndOvercome.

@WTBFortBelvoir @MadiganHealth @BrookeArmyMedicalCenter @FortBenningWTB
@fortblisswtb @BACH.Fort.Campbell @FTCarsonBN @FortHoodSRU @WTBHawaii
@SRUFtRiley @WTBFortDrum @SoldierRecoveryUnitFortStewart
@FortBraggSFLTAP @WTBFortBelvoir @WRBethesda

https://bit.ly/31en0ld

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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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