Registration for 2019 NVSSC: November 1, 2018 – April 1, 2019
The Summer Sports Clinic offers adventure sports and recreational activities such as sailing, surfing, track and field events, kayaking and cycling (hand and tandem), to those who were recently injured. Complimenting the therapy provided in daily rehabilitation programs, the Clinic shares a glimpse of the many exciting recreational opportunities awaiting those Veterans who accept the challenge. With the variety of water and summer sports available at the Clinic, this week-long journey hosts Veterans from all over the country who have a variety of injuries, ranging from traumatic brain injury and polytrauma, to spinal cord injury or loss of limb. Its fundamental purpose is to provide early intervention for Veterans battling back from injury, not only strengthening their bodies but overcoming and improving their overall being and self-worth.
Registration for this event is currently closed
- NVSSC Application Checklist
- Consent for Use of Picture and / or Voice
- Media and News Release Questionnaire
- Medical / Physcal Exam Form
Important NVSSC Information
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
VA is committed to improving the quality of life for Veterans with disabilities. Participants will develop sports skills and take part in a variety of adaptive sports workshops. Clinic participation demonstrates that having a physical or visual disability is not an obstacle to an active rewarding life.
VA San Diego Healthcare System
Wyndham San Diego Bayside
Registration is now closed.
The registration deadline has past for this event.
Participation is open to U.S. military service Veterans with orthopedic amputations, traumatic brain injuries, burn injuries, psychological trauma, neurological conditions, PTSD, visual impairment, spinal cord injuries and other eligible injuries incurred in the last six years.
For information or to request an application, please contact
Jeremy Henderson is accustomed to helping others. As a peer specialist at the Roseburg VA Medical Center in Oregon, Jeremy provides support to Veterans undergoing mental health treatment. A former Army combat engineer with two deployments to Iraq, he is a Veteran serving Veterans. This week, he was one of more than 100 participants at the National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic.
Assisting Veterans at the NVSSC
Mobile 3D printing at the NVSSC
The American Veteran Reports
Disabled Veterans Hang Ten
Kayaking at Mission Bay
NVSSC Video Montage
San Diego, CA – September 18 – 23