Wounded Warrior Project Partners with U.S.VETS to expand services for women veterans

The goal of U.S.VETS’ partnership with Wounded Warrior Project is to help enhance and evolve our therapeutic communities in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, and expand services for women veterans.    Today we feature video of WWP’s Chief Program Officer Jennifer Silva as she testified before the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Subcommittee on Health,…

Wounded Warrior Project® Partners With U.S.VETS and Expands Funding and Support For Wounded Veterans

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) expanded partnerships to include 12 new and existing veteran and military service organizations to help meet the needs of our nation’s wounded, ill, and injured veterans and their families. WWP provided the mission delivery partners more than $2.3 million in grants to expand the impact of WWP’s existing efforts and to fill gaps in…

Woman veteran hugging a pillow that reads "home."

U.S.VETS has a mission of ending veteran homelessness and they need your help

This article was posted by WGN Radio on November 11, 2020. Stephen Peck, president and CEO of U.S.VETS, joins Steve Bertrand on Chicago’s Afternoon News to discuss his mission to end homelessness among veterans. The 74-year-old Marine combat veteran, who served in Vietnam, presents startling data about the number of American veterans struggling to adjust to civilian life…

ABC 7 news anchor introducing the story.

Nonprofit makes helping veterans its year-round mission across the country, including in SoCal

This article was posted by ABC 7 on November 11, 2020. Nonprofit U.S. Vets aims to honor American veterans all year-round. It’s the nation’s largest nonprofit provider of services to homeless and at-risk veterans, with centers across the country, including right here in the Southland. “U.S. Vets help save my life. They led me into this facility here.…