The Minneapolis Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Program (PTRP) is one of five facilities in the country designed to return a Veteran or Servicemember, with TBI or polytrauma, to the least restrictive environment in the community with meaningful daily activities including return to active duty, work and school, independent living, or supported living.
VA PTRPs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for residential rehabilitation with brain injury specialty programming. The PTRPs serve Veterans and Servicemembers with brain injury, polytrauma, and other disabling conditions, as appropriate for the needs of the patient.
What is PTRP?
VA Polytrauma Transitional Rehabilitation Programs (PTRP) are time limited, goal oriented, residential rehabilitation programs that partner with Veteran and Servicemember participants to improve their physical, cognitive, communicative, behavioral, psychological, and social functioning after significant injury or illness.
Currently, there are five PTRPs operating nationally at the VA medical centers in Minneapolis, Palo Alto, Richmond, Tampa, and San Antonio.
The overarching goal of the PTRPs is to help participants return to the most appropriate, least restrictive community setting, by targeting skills necessary for return to home, school, work, or military service, as feasible.
Minneapolis VA Health Care System
One Veterans Drive
Minneapolis, MN 55417
Toll Free: (866) 414-5058
PTRP Admissions and Referrals:
Stacy Tepper, (LCSW, C-ASWCM)
Toll Free:(866) 414-5058, ext. 3235
PTRP Program Director:
Nancy Hildreth, OTR/L
PH: (612) 467-3685
PTRP Medical Director:
Julie Champagne, MD
PH: (612) 467-2044
MVA HCS is a proud member of VA Midwest Healthcare Network - Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 23.
If you are interested in more information about admission to MVAHCS PTRP or other Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Services, please contact Stacy Tepper, LCSW, C-ASWCM at (612) 467-3235 or (866) 414-5058, ext. 3235.
For more information about Polytrauma, visit the national Polytrauma System of Care page.