Many veterans find they have to cope with a variety of issues, including problems in getting compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). For many veterans, The Wounded Warrior Call Center (WWCC) is one call veterans can make that will be helpful with almost any problem.
The WWCC is able to provide some jump off guidance for such issues as applying for disability from the VA. Their ability to help stretches to such issues as family counseling, which is another hot point for returning veterans.
The WWCC helps wounded, injured, and disabled veterans. Often the call center will seek out those veterans not yet listed in their database. Representatives will locate those veterans and check on them to ensure there is nothing they need. Often times, veterans calling with one issue will discover there are other, “interconnected issues.”
The WWCC’s belief is if the problems are treated correctly the first time, and as a whole, they won’t occur again. Much of the time WWCC representatives refer veterans to outside sources for help.
The issues the call center will help veterans address include:
- various types of counseling;
- Veterans Affairs;
- chaplain resources; and
- Post-9/11 GI Bill help.
The call center can take 100s of calls every day. Even with the most difficult calls, such as veterans contemplating suicide, the staff is trained to immediately get the appropriate help.
If you are a disabled veteran who has been denied disability compensation or have not yet applied for benefits from the VA, a South Florida disability representative from Disability Help Group is ready to help. To learn if you are entitled to certain programs and benefits contact our veterans disability rights firm today – 1-(800)-800-3332.