Rest, Reset, Renewal
Warriors Renewal Coalition offers post 9/11 combat injured or ill service members an opportunity to renew their physical, mental and emotional well being before returning to rehabilitation, active duty, or civilian life by providing time to reconnect with their families.
As each family arrives, they are greeted with a welcome basket full of items to make their stay more comfortable.
All meals and lodging are provided and hosted by local residents, businesses and organizations. During their stay, each family is provided a schedule listing activities which they may or may not choose to participate in. This list may include activities such as: kayaking, paddle boarding, deep sea fishing, golfing, or other activities as schedule allows.
If families choose not to participate in the scheduled activities, they may wish to just spend private time together at their waterfront location.
Too frequently, our Wounded Warriors return from Iraq and Afghanistan and must spend months or even years at military hospitals and military rehabilitation centers throughout the country.
After a service member is injured or becomes ill, it places a tremendous amount of stress on the family, who find themselves thrust into the position of being caretakers. The family plays an integral part in helping the wounded service member to recover. The “Rest & Resets” offered by Warriors Renewal Coalition provide an opportunity for the wounded warriors and their family to “Renew” and enjoy time together without the unrelenting issues caused by the warrior’s visible and invisible injuries.
Upcoming Rest & Rests
April 2023 Rest & Reset
May 2023 Rest & Reset
June 2023 Rest & Reset
Are you a post 9/11 Combat Injured or Ill Service member interested in attending one of our Rest & Resets?
We currently have a waiting list for our R&R’s and as such have had to limit the acceptance of our participants to our referring partners. If you have a caseworker with any of the following (or a similar military) affiliation please have them submit a referral to us with your name, DD214, and a brief bio of your time in service along with any injures sustained in combat. Please include dates of service, branch, deployments, and injuries. Email us at [email protected]
The Wounded Warrior Battalion
The Wounded Warrior Transition Unit
The Semper Fi Fund
The Care Coalition
The Navy SEAL Foundation
The VA Poly Trauma Units
The VA Burn Units
The Yellow Ribbon Fund
The Steven Cohen Foundation
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The Warriors Renewal Coalition, Inc is a 501(c)3 Florida Corporation. Donations are tax deductible as allowed by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling Toll free (800-435-7263) within the state of Florida. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the State.