*WE SERVE THE SOF COMMUNITY*
"Humans Are More Important Than Hardware"
(One of the Five SOF Truths)
 

 SOF are comprised of highly trained individuals in globally deployable units used in military actions focused on strategic or operational objectives.  They are specialized personnel with distinct attributes whose capabilities exceed those of standard conventional forces.

The USSOCOM Warrior Care Program headquarters are located in Tampa, FL, but the Recovery Care Coordinators (RCCs) and Liaisons (LNOs) operate in multiple locations around the globe.  These include major military treatment facilities and Department of Veterans Affairs Polytrauma Rehabilitation centers.  RCCs and LNOs often stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our warriors and families. Regardless of location, our services are available to the total force – active duty, reserve, and veterans and their families.

 

Brooke Army Medical Center, TX

210-916-6307 & 210-916-8566

SOCCENT, FL

813-504-1449

Camp HM Smith, HI

SOCPAC 808-477-7921

NSWG3 619-537-4429

Ft Carson, CO

719-526-6509

​Stennis Space Center, MS

813-245-4117

Camp Lejuene, NC

910-440-0439

Homestead AFB, FL

786-415-2044

Stuttgart, Germany

49(0) 171-921-9626

Camp Pendleton, CA

760-763-8870

Hunter Army Air Field, GA

912-315-5083

Tampa, FL (HQ)

813-826-8888

Cannon AFB, NM

813-735-9978

Hurlburt Field, FL

850-884-5095

Virginia Beach, VA (Dam Neck)

757-862-0073

​Eglin AFB, FL

850-885-4241

James A. Haley VA, FL

813-545-0215

Virginia Beach, VA (Little Creek)

757-763-2515

Ft Belvoir, VA

813-735-9363

Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA

253-967-8677

​​Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC)

301-400-0192

Ft Benning, GA

706-545-5256

​Landstuhl, Germany

011-49-6371-9464-5201

Washington D.C. (Northeast) / National Capitol Region

703-664-5000 ext 2091

Ft Bragg, NC

910-432-6200

San Diego, CA

619-537-1239

 

​​The demands that 18 years of conflict have put on the SOF community, coupled with a retention rate of 62%, are why the USSOCOM Warrior Care Program (Care Coalition) has grown to be the largest in the DoD.