As suicide rates among veterans remain high, the Wounded Warrior Project has committed to expanding its mental health care services to reach about 5,000 additional veterans across the nation over the next five years.
Michael Linnington, a retired Army lieutenant general and CEO of the Wounded Warrior Project, announced last week that the organization, a Florida-based nonprofit dedicated to helping veterans who incurred a physical or mental injury in service, would invest $160 million over five years to expand the Warrior Care Network.
https://www.salutevets.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/soldier-children.jpg 1227 1920 Faith Sills http://www.salutevets.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/salute-vets-logo.png Faith Sills2018-11-12 10:15:552023-03-08 23:09:41Wounded Warrior Project Expands Mental Health Care Services for Veterans
You might also like
Two Servicemen Suffering From Brain Trauma, PTSD Win Death-Penalty Relief – Death Penalty Information Center
New Florida Guide Helps Active Duty, Reserves and National Guard – Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs