Navy Safe Harbor Foundation aims to ensure that every service member is given an opportunity for full recovery after a serious injury by coordinating the non-medical care of seriously wounded, ill and injured Sailors and Coast Guardsmen, and provides resources and support to their families.
Enrollment in the program is available to service members wounded in combat, as well as to those diagnosed with a serious illness or injured in shipboard, training and liberty accidents. Enrollment lasts a lifetime.
Recognized as the gold standard of care for the world-class support it provides to each and every enrolled Sailor and Coast Guardsman, as well as their families.
- Respite care for enrollees and their families
- Financial and Legal Support
- Travel Expenses
- Court Costs
- Warrior Weekends
- Housing/Rental Support
- Support of Transition from Recovery/Rehabilitation
- Family Support (i.e., Christmas Gifts, Family camps)
- Adaptive Athletics
- Housing Modifications
- Vehicle Modifications
- Specialized Equipment
- Public Awareness
- PTSD/Combat Stress Support and Education
Focus support and services toward US Navy and Coast Guard seriously Wounded, Ill, and Injured (WII) reserve, active-duty, and medically retired population
Focus support to the Navy’s Safe Harbor Command enrollee population and family members.
Fill the gaps and provide services not available through government or community avenues.
Raise awareness of the needs of WII Sailors, Coastguardsmen, and their families.
- All seriously wounded, ill, or injured Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, and their families
- OIF/OEF Casualties
- Shipboard Accidents
- Liberty Accidents (MVAs, motorcycle accidents)
- Serious Medical and Psychological Conditions (cancer, severe PTSD)
- High risk non-seriously wounded, ill, or injured Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, and their families (on a case by case basis)
Families in Crisis