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Wounded Warrior Chooses Road Home for $15M Challenge Grant

June 1, 2015

Wounded Warrior Project, a national nonprofit veterans service organization based in Jacksonville, Florida, has initiated a $100 million commitment to launch a first-of-its-kind national medical care network to connect wounded veterans and their families with world-class, individualized health care.

Rush University Medical Center is one of four academic medical centers in the U.S., and the only center in the Midwest, to be part of this new, national network, which will provide mental health care for post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, and traumatic brain injury, also known as TBI. According to Wounded Warrior Project’s annual survey of the current generation of injured veterans, 75.2 percent of respondents (an estimated 41,000) experience PTSD, and 43.2 percent (an estimated 23,000) have incurred a TBI.

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Learn more about the Wounded Warrior Project grant and the Road Home Program.