Through WWP Talk, teammate and Army veteran Kevin Sosa helps warriors and families envision and lead lives where they are their best selves.
WWP Talk is a mental health support line that is an invaluable, non-clinical form of emotional support for warriors, family members, and caregivers. The program has been a lifeline to more than 2,500 participants to date, with 92 percent reporting satisfaction with WWP Talk in 2016 alone.
"This program is the front line – the infantry – of our organization," said Kevin Sosa, retired U.S. Army veteran and WWP Talk staff. "It's easy to lose yourself in service. We are able to ask warriors, family members, and caregivers who they want to be, and we help them chase that person down. We spend our time and good intention to give them the hope that leads them into our other programs – whether mental health support or Warriors to Work® – and a life where they don't simply survive – they thrive."
Through the generous support of donors, WWP Talk is available at no cost to warriors, family members, and caregivers registered with WWP. It serves as a stepping stone in the recovery process for many of them.