PRINCIPLE ELEMENTS OF THE RECOVERY CARE TEAM
Additionally, Marines assigned to the Wounded Warrior Regiment will have the structure and support of a Marine unit, including a section leader, who is a noncommissioned officer providing daily accountability and tracking of each Marine’s progress, serving as a mentor and offering leadership.
ADDITIONAL STAFF SUPPORT
Additional staff support are available to Marines to assist with financial, administrative, caregiver and family resources, and transition resources.
The WWR staff will assist Marines who are receiving support for their recovery through four specific lines of operation (LOO): mind, body, spirit and family. They will also provide medical advocacy and administrative support.
LINES OF OPERATION PROCESS
The Mind LOO aims to develop Marines who possess increased sharpness of the mind; memory, focus, concentration, understanding, and an increased ability to learn and comprehend. These are achieved through:
Access to college courses and vocational training programs
On the job training and internships
Professional military education
The Body LOO aims to develop Marines who possess a foundation for health, physical fitness, and longevity in life as a productive and contributing member of society. The following efforts are used:
The Spirit LOO aims to develop Marines who are content with life, have balance and control, positive relationships, a sense of purpose and meaning to life, acceptance and growth with challenges in life, and experiencing a connection with a power greater than oneself. The WWR works through:
Extension outreach (FOCUS, Semper Fi Odyssey, Mighty Oaks, etc.)
Community outreach opportunities
The Family LOO seeks to establish a family that is committed and in a safe and appreciative environment, filled with spiritual well-being, resilient coping skills, shared responsibilities, redefined roles and open communication. These goals are approached through: