Recovery Care Coordinators are contractor located throughout the Army Reserve footprint to assist wounded, ill and injured Army Reserve Soldiers, IRR Soldiers, Army Reserve Veterans and Retirees, and their Families during the healing process.
The RCCs can assist with a wide variety of non-medical needs, ranging from assisting a Soldier with filling a Veterans Affairs claim to connecting a Family member with a state's Department of Labor for employment.
If an AR Soldier requires further medical treatment, RCCs also provide referrals to the Army Reserve Warrior and Family Assistance Center, which can guide the Soldier through the process of obtaining further medical treatment from either a civilian, military, or VA medical treatment.
A Recovery Care Coordinator is a component of the Recovery Coordination Program, under the oversight of the Office of Warrior Care Policy. The Recovery Care Coordinator supports Army Reserve Wounded, Ill and Injured Soldiers and their Family members or designated representatives by ensuring non-medical needs are met through all the phases of the Continuum of Care.
An RCC can assist with completion or coordination of:
An RCC can Monitor the progress of:
An RCC can help Warriors and Families Navigate Through:
A wounded, ill or injured Army Reserve Soldier who may need any of these services may self-refer him/herself to an RCC. Additionally, Soldiers needing assistance can also be referred by Commanders, medical or other support personnel, and Family members.
Fort McCoy, WI:
Fort Snelling, MN: