San Marcos-based nonprofit Wounded Warrior Homes was recognized for its efforts to help veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury get back on their feet, get jobs and become self-sufficient as they transition from military service to civilian life.
The nonprofit received a proclamation Tuesday from San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond, Chairman Nathan Fletcher and the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, declaring Feb. 9 “Wounded Warrior Homes Day” in honor of the nonprofit’s transitional care and counseling program, LIFE – Living Independently For Ever.
A San Marcos nonprofit that serves veterans is adding a self-contained mini-house to its property in Vista to serve as a home for formerly homeless veterans recovering from post-traumatic stress disorder...
On Saturday, December 5, 2020, local nonprofit Wounded Warrior Homes will break ground on an accessory dwelling unit (ADU) in North County San Diego to house veterans with post-traumatic stress (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury.
Wounded Warrior Homes is helping post 9/11 veterans with traumatic brain injury and PTSD transition back into civilian life.
Wounded Warrior Homes founder, Mia Roseberry, joined KUSI News to discuss what their program is doing and explain how you can help.