Help Support Our Warriors

The mission of the United States military is eternal: to protect and defend the American people. But for the individual men and women who’ve played their role in keeping our nation strong and secure, finding the resources and support they need to transition back to civilian life can be challenging or impossible.

Many worthy organizations exist to help ensure that Veterans have all the tools possible to carry their lives, families, and careers forward after serving their country. These are a few that we support, and we encourage you to find a way to help solve the national crisis facing our Vets.

Emory’s Veterans Program

Emory Healthcare, in Atlanta, Georgia, offers a Veterans Program providing post-9/11 veterans expert and collaborative care to help heal the invisible wounds of war. Our comprehensive approach combines behavioral health care, including psychiatry and neurology, rehabilitative medicine, wellness, and family support to help you reintegrate and reclaim your life.

Wounded Warrior Project

The mission of the Wounded Warrior Project is to honor and empower wounded Veterans. The group focuses on key areas that are especially significant for those recovering from combat injuries, including mental health, physical rehabilitation, engagement with other wounded Vets, and economic empowerment.