The Veteran Health and Wellness Foundation (VHWF) is a non-profit 501c3 charitable entity established by military Veterans with expertise in the area where health, wellness and healthcare delivery intersects with the social determinants of health and military culture. VHWF exists for the express purpose of addressing systemic inequities regarding access to and excellence in care provided by the Department of Defense, Veteran’s Health Administration of Civilian Healthcare Facilities to Veterans and their families.
To build, educate, and maintain resource networks to support the complex physical, social, and emotional health needs of Veteran communities across the nation.
VHWF envisions communities that possess the knowledge and capacity to not only identify and address service-related health challenges, but to embrace, support, and empower Veterans and their families who experience them.
VHWF envisions communities that possess the knowledge and capacity to not only identify and address service-related health challenges, but to embrace, support, and empower Veterans and families who experience them. Therefore, VHWF approaches our Mission with the required passion, purpose, and commitment to achieve our Vision. Our strategic process is supported by the Veteran Medical Neighborhood Consortium™ (VMNC) model and its Five Strategic Pillars with the goal of creating a world where ALL Veterans and their families live healthy and well lives undiminished by their service-related health concerns.