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Puppies Behind Bars
Through the PBB program April was paired with her service dog Waldo, a service dog, and within three months, her life dramatically changed.
Asking for help completely changed the trajectory of this veteran’s life
Sam began meeting veterans in her community through a WWP Peer Support Group, which allowed her to see that she was not alone in her struggle with PTSD.
How one veteran found purpose again
The physical and mental struggle Michael endured was long and arduous, but he attributes his post-service success to accepting what you’re going though, and being honest with yourself.
How can virtual worlds serve real life heroes?
This summer Verizon is launching a new World of Warships charity tournament in partnership with Wargaming and Wounded Warrior Project called Verizon Warrior Series.
When Their Service Ends, Veterans Are Finding A New Community in Gaming
Video games have long been thought of as a lonely hobby, conjuring up the idea of a solitary person sitting...
Helping veterans and their families find support and community
Every warrior has a next mission.
Make the Call – stories of community, connection and a pledge to reach out to your brothers and sisters in arms.
We are asking you to continue your service and pledge to help your fellow service members and veterans.
Full 360 support for the military family
The Military Families Program is a joint initiative by the Veterans Resource Group and Yellow Ribbons United. The nonprofit serves...
A group fighting against toxic exposure.
The two decades of conflict has changed the composition of the population seeking medical care within VA facilities and civilian...
Free specialized and confidential coaching and assistance
inTransition is a free, confidential program that offers specialized coaching and assistance for active-duty service members, National Guard members, reservists,...
Healing the hidden wounds of war
Founded in New York City in 2012, The Headstrong Project was created to help military veterans and their families overcome PTSD and other military-related traumas.
How virtual reality can make an impact on treating PTSD
This immersive VR experience has proven extremely successful.
How Kirstie Ennis overcame her wounds – both physical and mental
Kirstie Ennis was just starting her service in the Marines Corps when a helicopter crash in Afghanistan took her leg....
Staying connected after service
Zachary Bell and Jay Blancas never intended to be a voice for the military and veteran communities.
Translating your military service into a career
Justine Davie never felt like she belonged.
Erik Bartell on finding your tribe
Like many veterans, Erik Bartell left the military with no idea what he was going to do next. After serving...
Helping injured veterans find their next mission
Paralyzed Veterans of America is a life-long partner and advocate for PVA Members (veterans with spinal cord injury or disorders)...
Your mental health resource guide
Knowing who to turn to for mental health treatment and support can be overwhelming for a lot of veterans.