America’s Warrior Partnership’s Four Star Alliance

America’s Warrior Partnership’s Four Star Alliance America's Warrior Partnership's Four Star Alliance provides recreational services to military, veterans, their families, and caregivers across the nation.
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In the aftermath of Post-911 conflicts more than 650,000 service members are returning home with disabilities that will require continued care. As a result of the private sector’s unprecedented support, we have seen a niche market arise in providing therapeutic outdoor experiences for Our Military Family. As a new industry, this niche is experiencing growing pains. To effectively provide recreation services, the following needs must be met: • The need for unified research efforts to prove service efficacy • The need for establishing standards of practice and codes of ethics to improve service delivery • The need for effective communication between service providers to create and maintain a quality continuum of care • The need to develop focused education and training protocol to improve the competence of the service providers while meeting Our Military Family’s needs • The need to maintain economic viability while programs and networks are created and/or expanded In November of 2012, R4 Alliance was formed to meet these needs. A workshop was hosted with eight of the top nonprofit programs providing recreation services to Our Military Family from across the nation. Working with the founding members were representatives from the Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Secretary of the Army, the Veterans Administration, and representatives from Our Military Family. A second workshop hosted in June 2013 brought on new founding members, further defined the Alliance mission/vision/objectives, and laid the foundation for a strategic plan. In February 2014, R4 Alliance gained formal 501c3 status in only 4 months. A recently concluded third workshop brought it all together and adopted the following: Alliance Objectives • Create and utilize collaborative Research and evaluation tools providing a substantial evidence base to: advocate recreation as a crucial component to health and wellness, disseminate findings through the medical community, and provide protocol for individualized client treatment plans • Serve as a nationally recognized alliance of service providers promoting Standards of Excellence developed and driven by our membership organizations to ensure effective recreation services to Our Military Family • Provide information sharing systems facilitating communication between service providers necessary for a collaborative Continuum of Care to ensure the highest quality of service provision • Establish Education and Training guidelines to facilitate the distribution of our collective experience and knowledge • Enhance funding and Economic Viability through creative private sector fundraising initiatives and securing private and public grants

In the aftermath of Post-911 conflicts more than 650,000 service members are returning home with disabilities that will require continued care. As a result of the private sector’s unprecedented support, we have seen a niche market arise in providing therapeutic outdoor experiences for Our Military Family. As a new industry, this niche is experiencing growing pains. To effectively provide recreation services, the following needs must be met: • The need for unified research efforts to prove service efficacy • The need for establishing standards of practice and codes of ethics to improve service delivery • The need for effective communication between service providers to create and maintain a quality continuum of care • The need to develop focused education and training protocol to improve the competence of the service providers while meeting Our Military Family’s needs • The need to maintain economic viability while programs and networks are created and/or expanded In November of 2012, R4 Alliance was formed to meet these needs. A workshop was hosted with eight of the top nonprofit programs providing recreation services to Our Military Family from across the nation. Working with the founding members were representatives from the Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Secretary of the Army, the Veterans Administration, and representatives from Our Military Family. A second workshop hosted in June 2013 brought on new founding members, further defined the Alliance mission/vision/objectives, and laid the foundation for a strategic plan. In February 2014, R4 Alliance gained formal 501c3 status in only 4 months. A recently concluded third workshop brought it all together and adopted the following: Alliance Objectives • Create and utilize collaborative Research and evaluation tools providing a substantial evidence base to: advocate recreation as a crucial component to health and wellness, disseminate findings through the medical community, and provide protocol for individualized client treatment plans • Serve as a nationally recognized alliance of service providers promoting Standards of Excellence developed and driven by our membership organizations to ensure effective recreation services to Our Military Family • Provide information sharing systems facilitating communication between service providers necessary for a collaborative Continuum of Care to ensure the highest quality of service provision • Establish Education and Training guidelines to facilitate the distribution of our collective experience and knowledge • Enhance funding and Economic Viability through creative private sector fundraising initiatives and securing private and public grants

Mission: America’s Warrior Partnership’s Four Star Alliance was formed to leverage national and local resources to help member organizations serve more warriors and build stronger programs.

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Adaptive Header FY2018 Adaptive Sports Grant Update The FY2018 Adaptive Sports Grant (ASG) has been authorized and funded for the FY2018 ASG application cycle; however, due to one particularly significant uncertain factor, we have held off on updates to avoid any misinformation or confusion. Since 2018 is almost here, the following information is provided to help us plan for the FY2018 ASG application and award process and improve adaptive sport activities nationwide for disabled Veterans and disabled Servicemembers. Enjoy the holidays and have a Happy New Year! ASG Extension through FY2019: In September 2017, Public Law 115-62 extended authorization for the Adaptive Sports Grant program, as well as the Monthly Assistance Allowance for Disabled Veterans Training in Paralympic [and Olympic] Sports, not only through FY2018, but also FY2019. Therefore, the ASG application process is authorized for the next two years. Grants.gov Retirement of PDF Legacy Application Package: On December 31, Grants.gov will discontinue the use of the downloadable .pdf package for submitting grant applications. Therefore, all future ASG applications will have to be submitted through the Grants.gov online application creation and submission processes. Grants.gov updated videos on their new process at the following site: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNSNGxQE7NWlPcYxVJsglJbRc6cPcfC8X&utm_source=alerts&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=applicants&utm_content=Deadline Reminder of Registration Requirements: ASG applicants must have current registration in Duns & Bradstreet for a D-U-N-S Number (http://fedgov.dnb.com/webform/), the System for Award Management (SAM) for a Commercial and Government Entity Code (CAGE) (https://www.sam.gov/index.html/home#1), and Grants.Gov with a current E-Business Point of Contact that will be submitting the application. Every year there are ASG applicants that experience significant difficulties or fail to submit successfully due to not maintaining current registration and user information. Verify your status early and be prepared. Continuity of ASG Application Process: Currently, the processes and forms for the FY2017 ASG application cycle are posted on the Adaptive Sports Grant Program webpage (https://www.va.gov/adaptivesports/va_grant_program.asp). There is no initiatives to change the ASG authorizing legislation (38 U.S.C. 521) nor the regulation (38 CFR Part 77) and the forms and other processes should remain basically the same. Therefore, if you review the FY2017 ASG documentation, it should prepare you well for the FY2018 ASG application process. Equine Assisted Activities & Therapy Amendment (EAAT): In the Make America Secure Appropriations Act, an amendment currently exists to augment FY2018 funding in the FY2018 ASG program by $5.0 million; however, this is only an amendment and is not authorization of appropriations which would require it to be retained throughout the entire legislative process. Therefore, organizations considering programs for FY2018 ASG applications should be aware of this amendment, but it may never become law or may be significantly modified in the legislative process. We will provide an update when we have actual information on the final status of this current amendment and any other changes that may affect the FY2018 ASG program. Also, as currently written, the EAAT amendment increases funding for the ASG program in order to fund these programs and therefore would not decrease funds for non-EAAT programs. FY2018 ASG Application Submission Timeline: Due to the many factors associated with submission, vetting, review and selection of Adaptive Sport Grants, VA will issue the FY2018 ASG Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) as early as possible and plans for a similar timeframe as the FY2017 ASG cycle: a 60-day application period in February-April 2018. However, the EAAT amendment in the Make America Secure Appropriations Act could have significant effects on how the VA must evaluate and award FY2018 ASG applications, because the amendment focuses on EAAT programs. Therefore, there may be a delay in the application submission dates if the situation warrants it.
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