Do you need help determining if you, or a loved one, are eligible for the U.S. Army Warrior Care & Transition Program?

Sometimes when a Soldier is wounded or injured, or becomes ill, he or she requires medical care that is complex enough to demand the majority of his or her time and effort. Being assigned to a Warrior Transition Battalion (also called a WTB) provides the Soldier an opportunity to receive dedicated medical care, case management, transition assistance, and support for his or her Family.

Entry Guide

Is the Soldier Active or Reserve Component?

Does the Soldier meet one or more of the criteria listed below?

1. A Soldier has, or is anticipated to receive, a profile of more than 6 months duration, with duty limitations that preclude the Soldier from training or contributing to unit mission accomplishment, and the complexity of the Soldier’s condition requires clinical case management.
2. Soldier’s psychological condition is evaluated by a qualified medical or BH provider as posing a substantial danger to self or others if the Soldier remains in the unit.

Yes No

Which type of installation is the Soldier assigned to?

Soldier's CHAIN OF COMMAND must contact the local WTB for instructions on how to submit the packet to the Triad or Leadership.

Fort Belvoir WTB

  • Region: Northern
  • Contact Information:
  • 5960 9th Street, Building 1260
  • Fort Belvoir, Virginia 22060-9501
  • 571-231-5191
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    Yes

Fort Campbell WTB

  • Region: Southern
  • Contact Information:
  • 2443 Kentucky Ave.
  • Fort Campbell, Kentucky 42223
  • 270-412-8208
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    No

Fort Benning WTB

  • Region: Southern
  • Contact Information:
  • 7909 Martin Loop
  • Building 9256
  • Fort Benning, Georgia 31905
  • 706-545-2011
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    Yes

Fort Carson WTB

  • Region: Western
  • Contact Information:
  • 1665 Cochrane Circle
  • Building 7495
  • Fort Carson, Colorado 80913
  • 719-524-1301
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    Yes

Fort Bliss WTB

  • Region: Western
  • Contact Information:
  • Marshall Road, Building 807
  • Fort Bliss, Texas 79916
  • 915-742-8084
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    Yes

Fort Bragg WTB

  • Region: Northern
  • Contact Information:
  • 2817 Reilly Road
  • Fort Bragg, North Carolina
  • 910-907-5219
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    Yes

Fort Hood WTB

  • Region: Southern
  • Contact Information:
  • 36000 Darnall Loop
  • Fort Hood, Texas 76544-4752
  • 254-553-4796; 254-288-4161
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    Yes

Fort Riley WTB

  • Region: Western
  • Contact Information:
  • 610 Caisson Hill Road
  • Fort Riley, Kansas 66442
  • 785-240-7212; 785-239-8493
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    Yes

Joint Base San Antonio WTB

  • Region: Southern
  • Contact Information:
  • 3551 Roger Brooke Drive
  • Fort Sam Houston, Texas 78234
  • 210-808-6669
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    No

Tripler WTB

  • Region: Pacific
  • Contact Information:
  • 371 Brannon Road, Building 663
  • Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 96857
  • 808-655-6722
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    No

Joint Base Lewis McChord WTB

  • Region: Western
  • Contact Information:
  • 9059 Gardner Loop Road
  • Tacoma, Washington 98431
  • 253-966-4200
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    Yes

Fort Stewart WTB

  • Region: Southern
  • Contact Information:
  • 703 East 9th Street, North Building 4970
  • Fort Stewart, Georgia 31314
  • 912-435-5529
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    Yes

Fort Drum WTB

  • Region: Northern
  • Contact Information:
  • 3-85th Mountain Infantry Battalion
  • 11050 Mt Belvedere Blvd.
  • Fort Drum, New York 13602
  • 315-772-0416
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    No

Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Warrior Transition Brigade

  • Region: Northern
  • Contact Information:
  • 8901 Wisconsin Avenue
  • Bethesda, Maryland 20889-5600
  • 301-400-2306
  • Does this unit contain a
    Community Care Unit (CCU)?
    No

In order to be considered for the U.S. Army Warrior Care & Transition Program, packet must be submitted by the Soldier's CHAIN OF COMMAND to the WTO (Warrior Transition Office) aligned with that region. Please use the map below to determine your region.

RHC Pacific

RHC Central

RHC Atlantic

RHC

In order to be considered for the U.S. Army Warrior Care & Transition Program, packet must be submitted by Soldier's CHAIN OF COMMAND to DCS, WCT(P), Soldier Services Directorate.

Contact the Soldier's PRIMARY CARE MANAGER for further information.

Was the Soldier under mobilization orders at the time the condition occurred or was aggravated?

Was the condition referred for Medical Retention Processing-Evaluation (MRP-E) orders at DEMOB site?

The Soldier is ALREADY IN THE PROCESS of being evaluated for entrance to a WTB.

Which Component is the Soldier?

In order to be considered for the U.S. Army Warrior Care & Transition Program, packet must be submitted by MEDICAL PERSONNEL through ADOP.

In order to be considered for the U.S. Army Warrior Care & Transition Program, packet must be submitted by Soldier's CHAIN OF COMMAND to Army Reserve Warrior Transition Regional Support Manager.

Did the condition occur within the line of duty or was the condition aggravated within the line of duty?

Which Component is the Soldier?

In order to be considered for the U.S. Army Warrior Care & Transition Program, the packet must be submitted by MEDICAL PERSONNEL through ADOP.

In order to be considered for the U.S. Army Warrior Care & Transition Program, the packet must be submitted by Soldier's CHAIN OF COMMAND to Army Reserve Warrior Transition Regional Support Manager.

The Soldier is NOT ELIGIBLE for orders to a WTB.

Eligibility packets must be submitted by a Soldier's CHAIN OF COMMAND. The questions above are designed to help the CHAIN OF COMMAND determine their particular submission process. For more information, read the WTU Entry Process.