Based in San Diego, California, the Warrior Foundation – Freedom Station provides temporary lodging facilities, as well as educational and career guidance to our Nation’s injured and disabled military heroes who are medically retired or discharged. It is their aim to assist them as they begin the transition from defenders of freedom to productive members of America’s civilian work force.
The Research and Recognition Project is comprised of a team of professionals who are passionate about the furthering of research to successfully treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and related clinical issues. This most worthy project is based in Long Island, New York.
Supported by the Warrior Care Network, Emory’s Veterans Program is an intensive outpatient treatment program providing a comprehensive, two-week treatment program that aims to reduce the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), while helping veterans re-engage in daily life and promoting physical and mental health and wellness.
The Clinton Cox Residence is a sober home that assists people in transition from treatment for drug and alcohol problems back into society. The Clinton Cox Residence is located in Pensacola, Florida.