• Who is Wounded Warrior Homes And What Do We Do?

    Wounded Warrior Homes, Inc., is a San Marcos, California based 501(c)3 non-profit whose mission is to provide transitional housing and re-integrative services to post 9/11 veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and/or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).


    Wounded Warrior Homes’ vision is to facilitate the transition from wounded warrior to successful civilian, for all the veterans we help.

    Our values encompass support and service, compassion, collaboration, integrity, competence and respect for the dignity of each person.

  • Diversity and Inclusion

    Wounded Warrior Homes’ vision and mission reflect our fundamental belief that all people belong and deserve fairness, justice, and inclusivity.

    We celebrate the visible and invisible qualities that make each person unique, including race, gender, age, sexuality, ability, religion, national origin, gender and other identities.

    Wounded Warrior Homes is committed to aligning our culture and business practices to be a beacon of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging for all people.

  • Why Veterans Need Your Help

    Homelessness and Mental Health Issues Keep Veterans From Succeeding

    The military estimates that one-fifth of all troops with brain injuries will have prolonged or lifelong symptoms requiring continuing care.

    • There have been 414,000 Wounded Warriors who suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) of all severities through 2019 (Depart of Defense).
    • 22% of all casualties from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan resulted from brain injuries.
    • About 20% of Veterans who served in Iraq or Afghanistan suffer the effects of PTSD in a given year.
    • About 11% of homeless men are veterans.
    • Approximately 20 veterans commit suicide per day in America.
    • A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association Psychiatry found that 20% of veterans with TBI reported suicidal thoughts.
    • A growing body of research suggests that stable housing may help reduce stress in individuals.
    • Reduction of risk, such as stress is an important aspect of suicide prevention.



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  • The Wounded Warrior Homes Team

    Mia Roseberry

    Executive Director & Co-Founder

    Mia has a background in Special Education with emphasis in Moderate to Severe Disabilities. Additionally she has further education and certificates in non-profit management and planned giving, interpersonal communications for fundraising and developing major gifts. She is also the co-owner of a house inspection service with her husband, Steve Roseberry.

    Mia is active in the community as a member of the San Diego Veterans Coalition, San Diego Military Advisory Council (SDMAC), and various local Chambers of Commerce. She is a 4th generation descendant of U.S. Marines. She previously worked as an Emergency Medical Technician and retired after years as a special education teacher.

    The survivor of a childhood automobile accident that left her with permanent hearing loss, she understands first-hand about the effects of mild Traumatic Brain Injury and the effort that it takes to return to a normal life. Mia has been a non-voting member of the Board of Directors since the inception of Wounded Warrior Homes.

    Robert Gough

    President of the Board

    Robert is a self-employed architect with a professional design background in commercial and residential projects, local planning, zoning laws & building ordinances, as well as construction. His expertise has been instrumental on numerous occasions with the Wounded Warrior Homes’ transitional houses. He has also founded companies in graphic design and advertising communications. He has been a Board member since 2015, and Wounded Warrior Homes’ President of the Board since 2019.

    Clinton D. Pearman

    Treasurer of the Board

    Clint, a 31 year veteran of the US Marine Corps, is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist and the Regional Education Coordinator for the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center based at Camp Pendleton. In this role, he provides education and training on traumatic brain injury (TBI) awareness, prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation for military medical personnel, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and military leadership, among others.

    Clint holds a bachelor degree in health and wellness from Kaplan University, a master’s degree in health psychology and is a Ph.D. candidate in Walden University’s Health Psychology Program. He has been a member of the Wounded Warrior Homes’ Board of Directors since 2017.

    Charmaine Lowe-Coston

    Secretary of the Board

    Charmaine has been a clinical psychologist at the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton since 2014, having obtained her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2008. She is a mental health expert on suicide prevention, depression and anxiety and has done specialized work in the Concussion Restoration Care Center at Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan while she served in the US Navy. She has been a member of the Wounded Warrior Homes’ Board of Directors since 2018.

    Steve Roseberry

    Co-Founder & Board Member

    Steve co-founded Wounded Warrior Homes in 2009 with his wife Mia because he shares her passion for supporting the military community. For 20+ years he has owned and operated his own home inspection and contracting businesses. He’s a Certified California Real Estate Inspection Association (CREIA) Inspector and a licensed residential contractor. Steve has been a member of the Wounded Warrior Homes’ Board of Directors since inception.

    Jennifer Adams

    Board Member

    Jennifer has 9 years experience in the non-profit sector (Pet Partners Portland and Humane Society San Diego) working in the areas of fundraising, developing donor relationships, coordinating special events and managing volunteer engagement. She is currently employed as the Catering & Sales Manager for Ashland Hills Hotel, Ashland, OR. She is highly involved in philanthropy. She joined the Wounded Warrior Homes’ board in 2020.

    Ray Flores

    Board Member

    Ray Flores, a project management professional, is the newest member of the Wounded Warrior Homes Board of Directors. A 22 year Navy veteran, Ray holds an MBA and is an international business executive with more than 20 years of experience developing, deploying and managing commercial and DOD network IT, engineering and software development projects. He is currently the Executive Director of the San Diego Veterans Coalition with the Office of Military and Veteran Affairs, County of San Diego.

  • Financial Documents

    IRS Form 990 Filings and Audited Financial Statements

    FY 2020-2021 IRS Form 990 Filing

    IRS 990 Filing for Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2021

    Audited Financial Statements FY 2020-2021

    Audited financial statements Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2021

    FY 2019-2020 IRS Form 990 Filing

    IRS 990 Filing for Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2020

    FY 2018-2019 IRS Form 990 Filing

    IRS 990 Filing for Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2019

    Audited Financial Statements FY 2018-2019

    Audited financial statements Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2019

    with comparison to FY 2017-2018

    Audited Financial Statements FY 2017-2018

    Audited financial statements Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2018

    with comparison to FY 2016-2017

    Audited Financial Statements FY 2017-2018

    Audited financial statements Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2018

    with comparison to FY 2016-2017

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