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2 MISSION: Provide Special Operations Warriors and their Families a model advocacy program in order to enhance their quality of life and strengthen Special Operations readiness. CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP

3 Primary focus is on the wounded, ill, and injured and their families Goal is to return as many wounded, ill, or injured warriors to duty as quickly as possible Advocacy is for life All-encompassing (pay, benefits, VA, Tricare, etc.) Support the entire SOF family: – Active, Guard, Reserve, Retired, Separated – Family Members – Survivors Family security, safety, and wellbeing are critical to mission success CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP

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6 Under the direction of the USSOCOM Care Coalition and in partnership with Akimeka, LLC, 9Line executes the USSOCOM Care Coalition Recovery Program (CCRP). 9Line’s highly qualified team is completely synchronized and integrated with the USSOCOM Care Coalition to offer exceptional support to our nation’s Wounded SOF Warriors and their families. CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP

7 9Line’s Mission 9Line LLC is committed to providing advocacy services and support to Wounded SOF Warriors and their families. The 9Line team brings together a variety of military experience from both the Special Operations and medical communities to provide comprehensive support to Wounded Warriors and their families. CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP

8 Severely Injured (SI) or Very Severely Injured (VSI) Hospitalization of more than 2 weeks Not expected to return to duty (RTD) in less than 6 months Or as directed by the Care Coalition CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP

9 1.Mentorship The CCRP introduces peer mentors early on in the recovery process of the Wounded Warrior and his/her family. Peer mentors are uniquely qualified to discuss the physical, emotional, and psychological challenges and can provide guidance, feedback, and encouragement to the newly wounded, injured, and ill Wounded Warriors and their families. 2.Wellness Wellness activities may include anything from participation in adaptive downhill skiing to complementary care physical therapy such as deep tissue muscle manipulation. Additionally focused on sustaining the mental wellbeing of the caregiver spouse or family members to ensure that they are afforded relief from the intense responsibilities associated with caring for a wounded or seriously ill loved one. All wellness activity requests are evaluated and approved on a case-by-case basis. 3.Community Outreach For Wounded Warriors who are medically retiring and transitioning out of the military the CCRP helps ensure a smooth transition by providing reintegration packets, which contain local information tailored to the individual’s needs. In addition, the CCRP reaches out to community and business leaders to gain local support for the Wounded Warrior and his/her family. CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP

10 4.Resource Networks The CCRP maintains and continually adds to a database of resources for the Wounded Warrior, including both government and civilian employers as well as support organizations. 5.Operational Health Advanced Training Program (OHAT) For Wounded Warriors wanting to return to duty and seeking to achieve a military operational level of health the CCRP under the direction of the USSOCOM Care Coalition assists Wounded Warriors by enrolling them in Individual Military/Tactical Performance Training Program, an intensive rehabilitation program at the Andrews Institute. The CCRP covers transportation and lodging for the Wounded Warrior during his/her stay. In addition, CCRP covers transportation, lodging, and per diem for family members or other support individuals for periodic visits. 6.Advocacy The CCRP assists Wounded Warriors with resolution of issues related to health care, benefits, pay, entitlements, and medical and physical evaluation boards by working in collaboration with the Department of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and non-governmental organizations to provide maximum benefits to the Wounded Warrior. CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP

11 CCRP Advocate - Acute Advocacy (SI/VSI) - Sustained Advocacy (through transition/RTD) Care Coalition Advocate - Sustained Advocacy (assigned upon admission; indefinite support) LNO - Acute Advocacy (admission to MTF) Care Coalition Advocates and LNOs work very closely with CCRP Advocates. Care Coalition LNOs support wounded warriors and family members during the acute stage of injury. CCRP Advocates are introduced in cases where a prolonged hospitalization and rehabilitation is expected; CCRP Advocates maintain oversight until the wounded warrior has either returned to duty or transitioned successfully into civilian life. Care Coalition Advocates are assigned upon wounded warrior’s admission and continue to support the wounded warrior and his/her family indefinitely. CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP

12 Scott Heintz Director of CCRP PH: x301 BB: CCRP Advocates Hiram Ortiz Tampa, FL BB: Pete Habicht Fayetteville, NC Cell: Sean Rooney Fayetteville, NC BB: Mike Day Virginia Beach, VA BB: Jane Baskerville San Antonio, TX BB: Mike Goodale Chicago, IL BB: Greg Walker Portland, OR BB: CCRP Support Staff Marilyn Okular Liaison & Operations Support Specialist PH: Desiree Holley Wellness Coordinator PH: x302 Jen Carlson Mentor Coordinator PH: x303 Elise Nelson Program Assistant PH: x304 Mimi Miller Program Assistant PH: CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP

13 Which of the following individuals does the Care Coalition NOT support? A. Active Duty B. Guard E. Separated F. Family Members G. SurvivorsC. Reserve D. RetiredH. The Care Coalition supports ALL of the above

14 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP Which of the following individuals does the Care Coalition NOT support? A. Active Duty B. Guard E. Separated F. Family Members G. SurvivorsC. Reserve D. RetiredH. The Care Coalition supports ALL of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

15 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP Which of the following individuals does the Care Coalition NOT support? A. Active Duty B. Guard E. Separated F. Family Members G. SurvivorsC. Reserve D. RetiredH. The Care Coalition supports ALL of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

16 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP Which of the following individuals does the Care Coalition NOT support? A. Active Duty B. Guard E. Separated F. Family Members G. SurvivorsC. Reserve D. RetiredH. The Care Coalition supports ALL of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

17 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP Which of the following individuals does the Care Coalition NOT support? A. Active Duty B. Guard E. Separated F. Family Members G. SurvivorsC. Reserve D. RetiredH. The Care Coalition supports ALL of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

18 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP Which of the following individuals does the Care Coalition NOT support? A. Active Duty B. Guard E. Separated F. Family Members G. SurvivorsC. Reserve D. RetiredH. The Care Coalition supports ALL of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

19 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP Which of the following individuals does the Care Coalition NOT support? A. Active Duty B. Guard E. Separated F. Family Members G. SurvivorsC. Reserve D. RetiredH. The Care Coalition supports ALL of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

20 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP Which of the following individuals does the Care Coalition NOT support? A. Active Duty B. Guard E. Separated F. Family Members G. SurvivorsC. Reserve D. RetiredH. The Care Coalition supports ALL of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

21 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP Which of the following individuals does the Care Coalition NOT support? A. Active Duty B. Guard E. Separated F. Family Members G. SurvivorsC. Reserve D. RetiredH. The Care Coalition supports ALL of the above Correct.

22 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What are the CCRP enrollment criteria? A. Severely Injured (SI) or Very Severely Injured (VSI) B. Hospitalization of more than two weeks C. Not expected to return to duty (RTD) in less than six months D. As directed by the Care Coalition E. All of the above

23 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What are the CCRP enrollment criteria? A. Severely Injured (SI) or Very Severely Injured (VSI) B. Hospitalization of more than two weeks C. Not expected to return to duty (RTD) in less than six months D. As directed by the Care Coalition E. All of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

24 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What are the CCRP enrollment criteria? A. Severely Injured (SI) or Very Severely Injured (VSI) B. Hospitalization of more than two weeks C. Not expected to return to duty (RTD) in less than six months D. As directed by the Care Coalition E. All of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

25 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What are the CCRP enrollment criteria? A. Severely Injured (SI) or Very Severely Injured (VSI) B. Hospitalization of more than two weeks C. Not expected to return to duty (RTD) in less than six months D. As directed by the Care Coalition E. All of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

26 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What are the CCRP enrollment criteria? A. Severely Injured (SI) or Very Severely Injured (VSI) B. Hospitalization of more than two weeks C. Not expected to return to duty (RTD) in less than six months D. As directed by the Care Coalition E. All of the above Incorrect. Please try again.

27 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What are the CCRP enrollment criteria? A. Severely Injured (SI) or Very Severely Injured (VSI) B. Hospitalization of more than two weeks C. Not expected to return to duty (RTD) in less than six months D. As directed by the Care Coalition E. All of the above Correct.

28 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What is NOT a program component of the CCRP? A. Wellness B. OHAT C. Physical Therapy D. Community Outreach

29 Incorrect. Please try again. CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What is NOT a program component of the CCRP? A. Wellness B. OHAT C. Physical Therapy D. Community Outreach

30 Incorrect. Please try again. CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What is NOT a program component of the CCRP? A. Wellness B. OHAT C. Physical Therapy D. Community Outreach

31 Correct. CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What is NOT a program component of the CCRP? A. Wellness B. OHAT C. Physical Therapy D. Community Outreach

32 Incorrect. Please try again. CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 002: Overview of CC & CCRP What is NOT a program component of the CCRP? A. Wellness B. OHAT C. Physical Therapy D. Community Outreach

33 CCRP Mentor Training Modules – Part 001: Mentor Guidelines Please click on the icon to the left. A PDF form will open. Enter your name and today’s date and click “SAVE” to save it to your computer. Once saved, please send a copy to Jen Carlson at If you have any questions about the training please contact Jen Carlson at x303 or via at


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