We are grateful to have served more than 135,000 injured veterans, their family members, and caregivers in 2017. WWP provides mental health and wellness, career and benefits counseling, physical health and wellness, long-term support for the most severely injured, policy and government relations, and connection opportunities to bring warriors together. Here’s to 2017 and meeting the needs of even more warriors and family members in 2018 as we Connect, Serve, and Empower! Read More!Watch the Video!
In Homeland Magazine's first issue of 2018, Dan Schnock, Wounded Warrior Project®'s National Alumni Director, discusses how the SMART goal process enables warriors to make the most of 2018. Read the entire article below!
Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) recently completed their 8th annual survey. The annual polling represents the largest and most comprehensive annual survey conducted by a veterans service organization. More details in highlights!