The ARCP page is the official page for the U.S. Army Care Program. 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.
~ “Once I learned how to accept my fate, it was amazing the things I learned I could do.”
Army Sgt Sergio Calderon Diaz looks back on his 17 years in the Army and how an injury landed him at the Joint Base Lewis McChord Soldier Recovery Unit, where he is about to medically retire with a bright future.
Upcoming story: Sgt. Sergio Calderon Diaz’s 17-year journey in the Washington State National Guard, transformation post-injury, and JBLM Soldier Recovery Unit support.
Photo: Spc. Jennifer Davenport
Focus on your goals to Recovery!
(Photo: U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Gene Calantoc)
~ “The SRUs have the same mission. They are there to help you.”
Spc. Davona Jones talks about her road to recovery after a parachuting accident and how the Army Recovery Care Program helped!
World Stroke Day
Join us in raising awareness of World Stroke Day - help spread the word and make a difference!
~ Story Coming Up Next! In 2022, Army Spc. Davona Jones, a Parachute Rigger, demonstrated remarkable resilience in her recovery from a parachute accident and excelled in multiple events at the 2023 DOD Challenge, showcasing the support offered by Fort Cavazos Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU).
We’re aiming to have a great weekend!
Photo: RET Staff Sgt. Dorian Rhoten
National First Responders Day
Show your appreciation to first responders everywhere on National First Responders Day - thank them for their courageous service and dedication!
~ Soldiers at Fort Bragg’s Soldier Recovery Unit went with their own form of therapy to complement the road to recovery they were on.
- Don’t miss out on an opportunity to stay in the Army; the SRU can and will help you return to duty.
FALLS CHURCH, Va.- After being in Poland for a year-and-a-half-long rotation with the Army, Sgt. 1st Class Jeremy Tanksley reluctantly made a side trip...
~ After a year and a half long deployment in Poland, Sgt. 1st Class Jeremy Tanksley’s reluctant visit to the Fort Bliss Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU) turned out to be a life-changing experience.
United We Stand!
Soldiers at the Fort Bragg Soldier Recovery Unit created a dinner group that allowed them to have a different kind of group therapy.
National Disability Awareness Month
~ Fort Drum Soldier grateful for his new lease on life from the Soldier Recovery Unit after horrific car accident. http://www.army.mil/article/270983
FALLS CHURCH, Va.- Sgt. Chris Long always loved to fish. He had fly fishing as an eventual bucket list thing he wanted to try- “someday.” Little did he...
It’s National Day of Deployment!
article coming up next!
After a year and a half long deployment in Poland, Sgt. 1st Class Jeremy Tanksley’s reluctant visit to the Fort Bliss Soldier Recovery Unit (SRU) turned out to be a life-changing experience.
Keep your Eyes on the PRIZE ~ of Recovery!
“Army Major’s Miraculous Recovery and Positive Outlook After Life-Altering Accident”
“It will take a major life event to get me out of this Army. I definitely got one.” - Maj. Kevin May.
FALLS CHURCH, Va.- "My adult mindset has been the Army. I was in ROTC and contracted with the Army when I was 18. I planned on doing my contract for abo...
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Listen to your body
Soldier’s Powerful Message: Listen to Your Body and Embrace Adaptive Sports”
FALLS CHURCH, Va.- We’ve all been there. We feel a pain somewhere in our body, and we dismiss it. Perhaps it keeps happening, and we then justify it and...
Next story coming up!
: Army Sgt. Kaylin Mc Clendon's journey teaches a vital lesson: Listen to your body and embrace adaptive sports, as her story unfolds from battling back pain and the Soldier Recovery Unit to competing at the 2023 Warrior Games Challenge with her fellow Soldiers.
Who’s your favorite host? Talk show host can make us laugh, cry and be inspired.
"This team is ready to help, so reach out and take it.” ~ CW2 Emanuel Delgado
"Soldier Finds Unforeseen Support and Recovery at Ft. Belvoir SRU: A Testimonial"
FALLS CHURCH, Va.- After eleven years in the Army, CW2 Emanuel Delgado says his path in life took a hard and unexpected turn. “I was on a deployment in...
Always REACH for your goals! You Got This!
“Stay tuned for our upcoming article – it’s just around the corner!”
“Soldier Finds Unforeseen Support and Recovery at Ft. Belvoir SRU: A Testimonial”
After an unexpected epilepsy diagnosis during a Middle East deployment, CW2 Emanuel Delgado’s life took an unforeseen turn.
"Soldier's Remarkable Recovery: From Deployment Injuries to Healing at an SRU"
“If you end up with a choice of going to an SRU, please go.” – Staff Sgt. Santanae Mack
FALLS CHURCH, Va.- Staff Sgt. Santanae Mack had multiple deployments to Djibouti, Africa, and she knew she had a big job to do every time. “I managed th...
One of the Best Day! No shame, we all got them!
This is for our golfers! Rainy days don’t bother us! - SWING!
We’re cheering on the weekend!
It’s National Mammogram Day!
In case you missed it:
“Combat-Injured Soldier Reflects on 20 Years of ADA Progress”
FALLS CHURCH, Va.- This is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, and this year also marks the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Rehabilit...
Ret. Spc. Corine Hamilton
National Pets for Vets Day
Did you know? It’s National NO Beard Day
YOU will overcome!
(Photo of Retired Spc. Brent Garlic)
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