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Located in Columbia, Maryland, Howard County, the mission of Premier Health Express is to provide patients with access to quality, affordable care for acute illnesses and injuries, as well as chronic disease management, that is conveniently accessible to every community member including the insured and uninsured veteran population.
With support from the Warrior Centric Healthcare Foundation, their goal is to ensure "white-glove healthcare services" for veterans and their families on a walk-in, referral, or telemedicine basis.


ServingTogether, in affiliation with AmericaServes, was created to simplify access to the wealth of resources and Veterans organizations in the National Capital Region and beyond. They are positioned as the conduit to a greater community of support. Their mission is to provide clear guidance and ensure understanding of the earned resources available to Veterans, members of the military and their families. They have solid relationships with nonprofits, community veteran organizations, local businesses and County government, all with a common goal of sharing ongoing support for the many transitions in life beyond the military. They aim to support all individuals who have worn the uniforms of our military– regardless of age, era, branch, or discharge status. Their network continues to work collectively to improve the coordination and direct service delivery to active duty, National Guard, and reservists as well as Veterans and their families.


The American Diversity Group is organized to bring together diverse groups of people to build and sustain healthy communities and enriched lives. Their goal is to serve individuals and American families to improve health and well-being through integrated medical practice, education, and awareness. They focus on improving health care access for underserved individuals. American Diversity Group has organized countless numbers of health fairs in the DC-Maryland-Virginia area offering free educational classes and workshops, health screenings, and a large array of health services including dental and oral health, medication review, vaccinations, and on-site consultations with nurses and physicians.



Ergo Solutions is an innovative, full-service company that specializes in rehabilitative management and consulting services in the Washington, DC area. Through their disciplines of occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech-language pathology, they perform thorough disability or injury evaluations and develop beneficial treatment plans. As the largest rehabilitative outsourcing group in Washington, DC, they expand the potential of rehab everywhere they go. Ergo Solutions is owned and operated by therapists with diverse knowledge of the rehabilitation field. They are dedicated to providing the highest quality of therapy to every patient they serve and at every level of care.


GoWin Media, LLC is an online, multimedia company that targets urban consumers from baby boomers to millennials. Their online platform serves communities via entertainment, information, social content, news and more. They currently own and operate two broadcast stations, GoGoRadio LIVE and WINDCRadio, with studios located in Temple Hills, MD. GoGoRadio LIVE is the #1 source digital hub for GoGo music. WINDCRadio is the indie entrepreneurial station that provides local, national and international talent an outlet to promote and celebrate its accomplishments.


Doc Walker’s ProView is a syndicated TV and radio broadcast, paper and online magazine, and business network of some of the most quality businesses and services serving the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area. Their broadcasts and articles feature insights for a variety of topics including sports, health and wellness, and financial and legal information. With an extensive business directory and network, ProView is a great resource for both personal and business needs.


Evelyn's Ultimate Pecan Pies & More is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business and has joined forces with the Warrior Centric Healthcare Foundation. Together, they will produce some of the best pies in the land baked by veterans while addressing the health and healthcare concerns of our nation’s heroes and their families.

So, as you shop for gifts for friends, family, colleagues and others for special occasions or just because, TRIPLE the value of your purchase by employing veterans, contributing to the Warrior Centric Healthcare Foundation and its mission and operationalizing the words, “Thank You for Your Service”.

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NOCD is a digital health company focused on identifying and managing people with obsessive-compulsive disorder, a condition that affects 1 of 4 veterans with PTSD and that causes people to be 10X more likely to die by suicide.

Inside the NOCD platform, you can do live video-therapy sessions with a licensed therapist with specialty training in treating veterans with OCD, as well as get 24/7 support between sessions from peer communities and self-help tools.

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Cancer Support Community Central NJ (CSCCNJ) is a non-profit organization providing vital emotional and social support to people with cancer, survivors, family members, and caregivers in the community, no matter the age, type or stage of cancer, place of treatment or ability to pay. All our professional support services are being delivered virtually and always provided at no charge.  

Cancer Support Community Central NJ – Helping Veterans across New Jersey, so that no one faces cancer alone.  

 If you or some you know is affected by cancer, we can help by providing:  

Navigation and referral to resources that address unmet needs due to a cancer diagnosis and/or
as a result of the current COVID-19 health emergency.
Financial assistance for families dealing with a pediatric cancer.
Individual counseling and group support for individuals and families affected by cancer, including those in bereavement.
Age-and culturally-appropriate support in both English and Spanish,
along with interventions to reduce distress and improve coping skills.
Here is how to access our virtual programs and services:    

Call 908-658-5400 x4 if you are seeking individual counseling and/or group support, including bereavement.
Visit to learn about all our programs and services.    
For Healthcare Providers Serving Veterans:

Click here to access our Provider Referral Form.
To explore ways we can partner during this crisis, please call 908-658-5400, #7.



The Warrior Centric Healthcare Foundation Interprofessional Educational Program has been a signature program of the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Institute for Excellence in Education.  The collaboration taps the resources of multiple disciplines to train health and mental health professionals in caring for veterans, service members and their families. The program employs the combined skills of faculty and learners involved in: Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Allied Health, Social Work, Psychology, Rehabilitative Medicine, and Physician Assistantship. The intensive half-day workshop builds upon the RWJMS longitudinal Patient-Centered Medicine curriculum and makes use of lectures, clinical case studies, videos, panel discussions, first-hand accounts, and interactive group discussions.


The overarching mission of the Military, Veterans, and Families Initiative (MVFI) at Mason is to give back to those who give to our nation through four primary pillars. First, Mason helps educate service members, Veterans, and their family members with scholarships, specialized education pathways, and support from our Office of Military Services. Second, Mason provides free or low-cost direct services, like legal assistance, mental health services, and arts and music workshops, to service members, Veterans, and their family members. Third, Mason is working to provide specialized training to students and professionals in several fields on how to work effectively with service members, Veterans, and their family members. Finally, Mason conducts high-impact research on issues related to warfighter readiness and to the health and well-being of service members, Veterans, and their families.

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