For more than a decade, the Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) Annual Warrior Survey has given injured post–9/11 veterans a voice — a platform to be heard by individuals and organizations who have the power to initiate change. In 2020, 28,282 warriors participated, providing an extensive 360° view of the warriors WWP serves. This critical data allows us to track and treat warriors’ most pressing needs in areas like mental, physical, and financial wellness. It guides WWP’s programmatic, research, and advocacy efforts, as well as the efforts of those who share and support our mission of honoring and empowering warriors.
The video below highlights some of the key findings of the 2020 Annual Warrior Survey, providing a glimpse of the robust data found in the full report.
INVISIBLE WOUNDS AND COVID-19: HEIGHTENED RISK FOR WOUNDED WARRIORS
Further analysis of 2020 AWS data reveals the connection between invisible wounds and COVID-related challenges. Read more about the risk factors, how WWP is addressing them, and how other organizations and communities can support and protect warriors during this time.
Research reported in this white paper was generously funded by CSX.