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VETERANS:

 

BEST DRY CLEANERS FL SALUTES ALL OF OUR MILITARY FOLKS, MEN AND WOMEN, ACTIVE AND VETERANS ALIKE.

 

We owe all of our military personnel a debt of thanks for the freedoms we enjoy every day.

Pay Tribute to Our Unsung Heroes


 
 
 

Ten thousand young men and women come home from Iraq, Afghanistan, and other zones of conflict every month. They've served our country well, and have made sacrifices - of health, of family, of livelihood - that most of us will never have to make.

IT'S OUR TURN
To step up to the plate and GIVE.

The players and owners of Major League Baseball have contributed their time and resources to help returning soldiers and their families through Welcome Back Veterans. Now it's up to us to join the effort and do our part by giving generously.



 
 MENTAL HEALTH

 

(PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), depression, and substance abuse. Veterans often have difficulty accessing the mental health treatment and family support programs that they need upon returning. Among other conditions, they may experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
 
Welcome Back Veterans will support programs that treat and cure these issues, allowing our veterans to lead successful lives upon their return.
 
Welcome Back Veterans will also support family-centered programs, such as counseling and case management, to help families get back
 
USA Today
 
2009-03-05

360,000 veterans may have brain injuries

Hotline phone numbers available for troops concerned about symptoms that might be related to a brain injury are, at the Centers of Excellence, 866-966-1020; and at the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, 800-870-9244.
 
EMPLOYMENT

Grants from the Welcome Back Veterans Initiative will go to nonprofit agencies that help our veterans find, and keep, meaningful employment. Veterans with physical challenges may need to learn to use adaptive equipment; others will require significant vocational and/or educational support to learn a whole new set of skills. And some simply need help to translate the skills they learned during their military service, to the needs of civilian life.

 
Welcome Back Veterans will support programs that help veterans every step of the way to employment - from skills training to resume writing, practice interviews, and networking. Programs funded through Welcome Back Veterans will also help veterans keep jobs, through job coaches and additional training as needed.

 



WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT

 

WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT

 

ABOUT US

OUR MISSION
WWP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization headquartered in Jacksonville, FL with additional program offices located in New York City and Washington D.C.
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OUR STORY
WWP was founded in Roanoke, Virginia by a group of veterans and friends who took action to help the injured service men and women of this generation.
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WWP Activities in Germany


WWP ’s presence in Germany gives us the unique opportunity to reach out to 100% of warriors evacuated from the OIF/OEF mission due to an air-evacuation hub at Ramstein Air Force Base. By providing warriors with useful comfort items branded with the WWP logo, we are able to touch each warrior and provide a way for them to find us when they are ready to learn more about our programs and services. In addition, WWP provides resiliency activities, peer mentor training, benefits counseling, and much more to support wounded warriors, caregivers, and hospital staff in Germany.


 

Do you remember Ian Lennon? I shared his powerful story with you just a few weeks ago.

I want to ask you to think about him again today, on Veterans Day.


It is hard to believe that anyone could ever forget Ian and the sacrifice he made for this country ... his burns and the scars that will last a lifetime.



Remember the sacrifices
made by heroes and
their families.


Express your personal gratitude through your support of WWP this Veterans Day.

But today, the sad truth is, despite the tremendous sacrifices warriors like Ian make, they remain America’s unsung heroes.

And that absolutely must change.

This Veterans Day, it is up to you and me to shower heroes like Ian with the immense gratitude they deserve.

Every Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) initiative you make possible—from our WWP Packs program to Project Odyssey, from TRACK to Soldier Ride—demonstrates your deep thanks.

But sometimes a hero who has made unimaginable sacrifices also deserves to hear the words "thank you."

I hope you will take just a moment today to let our wounded heroes know how much you care.

Whether you fly a flag, attend a parade, or personally thank a veteran, the important thing is you take heartfelt action—so no hero feels like an unsung hero this Veterans Day.

Showering heroes with gratitude!

Steven Nardizzi
Executive Director
Wounded Warrior Project®


Rolling Across
America for Heroes!
   of why he spent the summer rollerblading across the country for wounded warriors. Join the quest to support our heroes when you give generously now!

Shawn Hatch shares the inspiring story
 
WWP Launches Online Benefits Counseling
  It is the first of its kind! Wounded Warrior Project's Web Advocate empowers wounded warriors with an interactive tool that helps them learn what benefits they have earned. By clicking on a body map, warriors receive instant information about disability ratings and compensation—24 hours a day, seven days a week.
 
Wounded Warrior Project introduces Web Advocate
Jacksonville, FL (September 8, 2010) – Beginning today, wounded warriors injured in the current conflicts will have access to a new and cutting edge resource designed to educate them about the benefits and compensation they are entitled to as a result of their injuries.

In addition to offering full time benefits counselors on staff to assist with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Disability Compensation claims process, Wounded Warrior Project will now offer Web Advocate, an online tool available to warriors 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Using an easy, interactive body map, warriors will be able to pinpoint their injuries and receive immediate feedback on their VA disability ratings and compensation as well as ancillary benefits.


Read more: http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/content/view/1137#ixzz15kC6T6Pv