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Department of Defense (DoD) Resources

DoD Military Treatment Facility Locator

DoD Provider Locator

Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System DEERS

DEERS is a military database that lists everyone who is eligible for TRICARE benefits.

800-538-9552 TTY/TTD: 866-363-2883
Fax: 502-335-9980 (Primary) -or- 831-655-8317 (Alternate)


TRICARE is the health care program for uniformed service members, retirees, and their families around the world. TRICARE provides comprehensive coverage to all beneficiaries, including: health plans, special programs, prescriptions, and dental plans. ""

Toll-Free Call Center: 866 NAVY-MED (866-628-9633)
National, Toll-Free:     877 TRICARE (877-874-2273)

TRICARE Customer Service Community Directory

The directory helps you connect with a Beneficiary Counseling and Assistance Coordinator (BCAC), Debt Collection Assistance Officer (DCAO), or other members of the customer service community. If you have questions or issues specific to a single clinic or hospital, contact someone listed for that facility. You may contact any customer service community representative for general TRICARE issues.

Programs and Resources for Injured Service Members

This TRICARE webpage lists many additional programs and resources from the Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Labor, and others where you can get help.

CAP Technology Evaluation Center

Located in the Pentagon, the Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program Technology & Evaluation Center (CAPTEC) is a facility dedicated to helping federal employees with disabilities and wounded, ill, and injured Service members find the best assistive technology (AT) solutions. They also provide comprehensive needs assessments to help people discover the most appropriate accommodations to help them accomplish job tasks. CAPTEC conducts assessments and tours in-person or via video teleconference.


 833-227-3272 or 703-614-8416
 VP: 571-384-5629 -or-


Warrior Care

The mission of the Office of Warrior Care is to proactively support wounded, ill, and injured Service members in their recovery and reintegration or transition to civilian life. To achieve this, Warrior Care focuses on its vision to ensure the nation’s wounded, ill, and injured Service members, their families, and caregivers are not forgotten.""                                         




Army Recovery Care Program

The Army Recovery Care Program (ARCP) transitions Soldiers back to the force and/or to Veteran status through a comprehensive program of medical care/rehabilitation management, professional development and achievement of personal goals.





Air Force Wounded Warrior

The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program works together with the Air Force Survivor Assistance Program, Airman & Family Readiness Centers and the Air Force Medical Service to provide concentrated non-medical care and support for combat wounded, ill, and injured Airmen (and their families) as they recover and transition back to duty or into civilian life.




Wounded, Ill, and/or Injured Compensation and Benefits Handbook

Summary: The purpose of this handbook is to provide Service members and their support network with a reference guide to answer some of the most pressing questions that arise for wounded, ill, and/or injured Service members. It includes information on recovery, compensation and benefits, and reintegration into civilian life.""

703-604-5619 -or-