PTSD, TBI, and our Veterans
One in five post 9/11 veterans came home with PTSD.
There have been 414,000 Wounded Warriors who suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) of all severities through 2019 (Depart of Defense).
We take a stand for Veterans who stood for our freedom...We Want To Help! Unlike the physical wounds of war, these conditions remain invisible to other service members, to family members, and to society in general. Both of these conditions affect mood, thoughts, and behavior; yet these wounds often go unrecognized and unacknowledged.
Wounded Warrior Homes
Wounded Warrior Homes is a non-profit organization that provides affordable housing and resources for Veterans suffering from PTS and TBI.
We are citizens like you, who deeply care about our nation and appreciate the sacrifices of those who have served in armed conflict to protect our country, our nation’s interests, our people and those in other nations. Consider joining the Wounded Warrior Homes family as a corporate sponsor, volunteer or donor.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can be described as a mental health condition that's triggered by a trauma. Whether experiencing it or seeing it. The symptoms include flashbacks, nightmares, severe anxiety, depression and confusion.
About half of those that had met the criteria for PTSD ever consulted help from a physician or mental health professional.
Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can be described as exposure to a blast or brain injury.
TBI can be the result of several different incidents. This can include falls off a moving vehicle, combat zones, or blasts nearby.
Symptoms can include confusion, blurry vision, lack of focus, unmotivated and more.