A Voice for Warriors in Washington, DC
As a voice for our nation’s warriors in Washington, D.C., we fight to address the issues that matter most to them. Using warriors’ feedback and insights, the Government Affairs team advocates for veteran policies and initiatives that make a real difference, improving the lives of millions of warriors, family members, & caregivers.
On the front lines of military and veteran affairs issues, we advocate for changes to policy and legislation impacting veterans’ mental health, access to community care, research for brain injuries, toxic exposures, transition assistance benefits and more.
We directly represent Wounded Warrior Project’s 170,000 Alumni and Family Support Members, and depending on the issue, all of our nation’s 20 million veterans.
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Did you miss our virtual event on the Top 10 things to know about the new Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers? You can view our slide deck here.
You can also find helpful information at the links below, or call our Resource Center at 888-WWP-ALUM (997-2586) to get connected to our Benefits team for help navigating program changes.
On February 25, 2020, WWP launched Operation Advocacy in Washington, DC. Warriors from all across the nation visited dozens of house and senate offices to tell their stories and shed light on the challenges they face.