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Social Connection Helps Eliminate Isolation, Makes Veteran Lives Better
It can be as simple as a dinner or as complex as multiple days of bonding, but social connection is at the heart of everything Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) does.Read more
PTSD Awareness: How to Recognize and Treat Symptoms in Veterans
The effects of PTSD are far-reaching. It's a condition that can be misunderstood by the general public, fostering a sense of isolation for those affected. June, recognized as PTSD Awareness Month, presents an opportunity to raise awareness about this condition, its impacts, and the various ways to support veterans experiencing symptoms.Read more
Wounded Warrior Project to Team Up with VA to Empower Veterans at Adaptive Sports Clinic
WWP will collaborate with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to host 140 veterans for the 16th annual National Veterans Summer Sports Clinic this week in San Diego. WWP is both sponsoring the event and leading the cycling portion of the clinic with staff members from the nonprofit's Soldier Ride® program.Read more
Wounded Warrior Project Recognizes Veteran Leaders
Army veteran Dana Hutson's peer support group for other wounded veterans extends well beyond its North Carolina home. Dana sees veterans as far away as Kuwait joining her and other veterans regularly during online teleconferences to talk through the challenges they may face and provide support.Read more
Never Quit Fighting; Never Hesitate to Ask for Help with PTSD
"As a Black woman soldier, I had to make myself the picture of perfection. There was no room for error in the military. I had to hit the ground running flawlessly every single time."Read more
“Wounded Warrior Project doesn’t just help with one aspect of a Warrior’s life; it’s very well rounded. It’s not just handing out money. They are a hand up, not a handout.”