Emory Veteran’s Program supported by Warrior Care Network

Emory’s Veterans Program is a new 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.

About Emory Healthcare Veterans Program

Emory’s Veterans Program provides expert, collaborative care for post-9/11 veterans suffering from the invisible wounds of war including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and military sexual trauma (MST). Treatment options include outpatient and intensive outpatient (for out of town veterans) programs integrating behavioral health care, including psychiatry and neurology, rehabilitative medicine, wellness, and family support.

Emory’s Veterans Program is comprised of several initiatives including Warrior Care Network™ and Welcome Back Veterans Southeast Initiative. Warrior Care Network is a national network of academic medical center partners committed to connecting veterans and their families with specialized clinical care. The program also supports the training of behavioral health providers in Georgia to increase awareness of military-specific treatment needs.

About Warrior Care Network

Warrior Care Network is a groundbreaking collaboration between Wounded Warrior Project and its academic medical center partners, Emory Healthcare, Massachusetts General Hospital, Rush University Medical Center, and UCLA Health, to create a nationwide, comprehensive care network that will enhance access and provide clinical and family centered treatment to warriors suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury and other related conditions. Warrior Care Network will offer specialized clinical services through either a regionalized outpatient program and/or an innovative intensive outpatient program. Through this cutting-edge initiative, WWP and its partners plan to serve thousands of wounded veterans and family members over the next three years.