The Wounded Warrior Project is committed to helping wounded veterans achieve their highest ambition. They recognize that each warrior faces a unique journey, which is why WWP offers robust mental health programs such as Project Odyssey, WWP Talk, and Warrior Care Network.
They also offer additional virtual programming that has been available to veterans during the current pandemic. These programs focus directly on treating PTSD and developing coping and communication skills. During PTSD Awareness Month, WWP wants to raise awareness of PTSD and continue to help warriors meet their own definition of a life worth living.
In a WWP Survey of the wounded warriors it serves, 83% report living with the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder. This is one of the most common self-reported injuries and health problems among warriors.
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