When veterans return, the war often comes with them. Invisible wounds and cognitive impairments such as feelings of isolation and desolation, flashbacks, insomnia, inability to concentrate, mood swings, and angry outbursts can make the road home for veterans and their loved ones difficult to navigate.
The Soldiers Project was started to help ease the effects of these “hidden wounds of war” by addressing the unmet psychological needs of veterans and their families. Our passion for this work – our reason for being – is in keeping families together, instilling a renewed sense of purpose, and helping returning veterans build new hopes and dreams.
Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we have been able to provide over 5,000 hours of pro-bono therapy to our military service members and their families in eight regions, nationwide.
- If you are a business or foundation interested in funding a grant for The Soldiers Project, please contact Adam M. Greenwald, Deputy Executive Director.
- If you are an individual interested in supporting our troops “all the way home”, you can donate or volunteer your time as a therapist, professional or advocate.
With your help, we can continue to support the courageous men and women who serve our country as they transition from the battlefield back to civilian life.