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 WTU Frequently Asked Questions

Are walk-in services available?
  A: Yes.
 
What is the purpose of the WTU?
  A: The Warrior Transition Unit provides critical support to service members receiving treatment for complex medical issue or rehabiliatative care.  The unit works to "promote their timely return to the force or transition to civilian life".
 
Who qualifies for admission to WTU?
  A: Admiission qualifications for the WTU are as follows:
1. Active Duty Reserve/National Guard who qualifies for MRP orders as prescribed in 10 USC 12301 and the WT consolidated guidance.
2. Ambulatory Warriors who arrive on military medical evacuation assets to include commercial aircraft.
3. Inpatient Warriors arriving on military medical evacuation assets.
4. Nondeployed CONUS or OCONUS Warriors who qualify for transfer from their parent unit to a WTU.
 
What are the five most common diagnoses?
  A: The five most common diagnoses are PTSD, Anxiety, TBI, Depression & Substance Abuse.
 
What is the average length of stay in the WTU?
  A: The average length of stay is 1 year.

 Warrior Transition Unit (WTU)

Location:
BLDG T. 2468
 
Hours of Operation:
0800-1630
 
Appointments:
Nurse Case Managers, Social Workers, and Behavioral Health Providers schedule patient’s appointments.