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“If I can be a part of an organization that helps people heal and find peace, then the end of my service is not the end. I’m just serving in a new way now.”

TANIKI RICHARD
Wounded Warrior

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Warrior Shares VA Disability Benefits Journey To Help Other Veterans

Warrior Shares VA Disability Benefits Journey to Help Other Veterans

Army veteran Claude Boushey had chronic knee, leg, and back pain, hearing loss, and struggled with the invisible wounds of war after 25 years in the military. Claude served proudly until his retirement in 2008. He put his physical and mental well-being on the line for the benefit of his country. When he left the service, he had every reason to expect the country he served so honorably would help him when he returned home.  

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Introducing WWP Community Partners Supporting Mental Health And Brain Health

Stronger Together: Introducing WWP's Community Partners Supporting Mental Health and Brain Health

In this article, WWP highlights the partners that help warriors and their loved ones treat the invisible wounds of war and improve their quality of life. Data collected from WWP’s 2021 Annual Warrior Survey shows that many warriors experience fear, pain, uncertainty, and isolation during their journeys to recovery. 

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Becoming A Military Caregiver Changed Me

Becoming a Military Caregiver Changed Me

Mike Delancey Sr. always had a knack for coaching, but he didn’t realize he would strengthen these skills to support his veteran son’s recovery from wounds of war. For Mike Sr., the role of single-dad caregiver was relentlessly life-changing.

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From Coast To Coast Family Cycles Across Country To Help Warriors

From Coast to Coast: Family Cycles Across Country to Help Warriors

Don Coffey is no stranger to riding his bike long distances. In 2019, he cycled across the southern states, followed by his wife Susan and two black labs in an RV. It was a dream come true.

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Wounded Warrior Project To Honor Veterans With Special Show Parades And More

Wounded Warrior Project to Honor Veterans with Special Show, Parades, and More

Join Wounded Warrior Project as we honor the nation's veterans in our virtual Veterans Day Show premiering Friday, Nov. 11. 

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WWP21 Sean Karpf

“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.”

SEAN KARPF
Wounded Warrior

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