Services for Warriors

The Combat Wounded Coalition™ is a Non-Profit Organization (Tax ID – 27-0426467) that inspires combat wounded warriors to Overcome through four program pillars - Pride – Power – Purpose and Peace. The Combat Wounded Coalition connects combat wounded warriors to vetted partner organizations that will enable us to directly match and fund warrior needs with partner services. The Combat Wounded Coalition then provides the oversight, management and accountability of warriors as they pass through the Four Pillar Pipeline tracking them before, during, and after receiving support and services provided by the CWC and our strategic partners. Additionally, the Combat Wounded Coalition has developed and is launching the Overcome Academy ™, a curriculum based program of leadership, resiliency, and communication skills for wounded warriors to get them back into their communities as leaders working with schools, businesses and youth mentorship programs. The goal of the Overcome Academy is to develop our current generation of wounded warriors into the next greatest generation. Additionally, Combat Wounded Coalition stays true to our original mission of providing clothing and clothing modifications to our wounded warriors through our Wounded Wear clothing program.

Aid for Gold Star Families

The Combat Wounded Coalition's Families of the Fallen Program, as part of its mission, is committed to providing support to families of service members killed during combat operations or during hostilities against the United States, and to families of service members who died from complications from injuries received during combat operations, or during hostilities against the United States, to include accidents and exposures. In addition, we provide support for families of service members killed during training missions in preparation for combat operations, and families of service members lost to suicide, due to post traumatic stress after service in DOD-identified combat theaters.

Due to the focused scope of our mission we do not have the resources to support families of service members who died as result of natural death, crime, routine military training, accidents, illness or suicide not directly linked to combat experience. The CWC is currently developing our programs to support Families of the Fallen. If you are a family of the fallen, meet our criteria above, and are interested in learning more about programs The CWC is currently developing please contact us.

Overcome Academy

The Overcome Academy is a curriculum based program operated through Combat Wounded Coalition, teaching task, purpose, mission, leadership, and resiliency to combat wounded warriors. Additionally, it will teach wounded warriors how to speak, dress, present themselves and interact with civilian companies along with receiving mentorship from these companies for success. The Overcome Academy puts our graduates into leadership situations speaking at schools and mentoring kids. More than anything, the Overcome Academy will help each warrior understand the leadership skills they learned and witnessed in the military are invaluable in the civilian world. More importantly that they can overcome and set the example as a leader within their family, workplace, and community.