Full FORCE 4 Vets

Join us this holiday season as we help

4 U.S. Military Veterans who currently battle

Post Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury.

Meet The Veterans

Support Our Wounded Warriors

Wounded Warrior Homes provides Post 9-11 active duty combat veterans

who are battling Post-Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury

with quality transitional housing and comprehensive support services. 

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You Are Not Alone

If you are battling Post-Traumatic Stress or Traumatic Brain Injury and are experiencing suicidal thoughts, please call the Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Call 1-800-273-8255

How Wounded Warrior Homes Serves Our Veterans

For the men and women who serve our country with Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress, a home is the simplest, yet most essential item in their lives. It is a comfort and a hideaway at the end of a long day, and a place to call their own that gives them independence. Wounded Warrior Homes provides a place to call home for veterans in the process of transitioning. Veterans transitional housing is essential to service members returning from active duty. Many service members do not have the option to move home to continue their outpatient medical care and access the services they need. Families may live several hours from the closest VA Hospital or they may not live by one at all. By providing affordable shared transitional housing and hands-on resources, Wounded Warrior Homes helps to define a path for each member to transition from active-duty military service to a veteran of foreign wars. We are accepting applications for current availability.
There are 433,000 Wounded Warriors who suffer from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and 13.8% of veterans will be diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress. Even though we can not provide transitional housing for all, here at WWH we pride ourselves on the fact that we never say no to a veteran and have directly referred and help over 1,300 veterans to date.
The military estimates that one-fifth of all troops with brain injuries will have prolonged or lifelong symptoms requiring continuing care. They fought for our freedom, now it's our turn to fight for theirs. Wounded Warrior Homes is committed to raising even more awareness about the debilitating effects Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS), can have on our veterans.

Tragically, on average an estimated 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 suggest that stable housing may help reduce stress in individuals. Reduction of risk, such as stress is an important aspect of suicide prevention.

"WWH gave me exactly what I needed: a home. Once in that home I was able to begin to find myself. After I leave WWH’s program this fall, I plan on pursuing my education at the local community college and continuing to fight against the effects of my PTSD and TBI." Travis

First Class Petty Officer, United States Navy

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"The day before… I was standing in homeless shelter, now I have a home. It’s important to have an organization like Wounded Warrior Homes because we are facing a big change in our life and your support truly saves lives." Robert Caudill, United States Marine Corps Do your part and donate today to help assist WWH veterans in need of support.

Did You Know?

An Estimated 22 Veterans Commit Suicide Everyday in America

A growing body of research suggest that stable housing reduces stress in individuals. Reduction of risk, such as stress is an important aspect of suicide prevention.

Over 60% of our Wounded Service Members Suffer from "Blast Effects" or Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

According to a recent study by the Journal of the American Medical Association Psychiatry found that 20% of veterans with TBI reported suicidal thoughts.

Leading The Way

Long Term Housing = Setup for Long Term Success

In order to save returning post-9/11 combat veterans' lives, Wounded Warrior Homes provides affordable long term transitional housing, hands on resources and a defined path for each service member to transition from active-duty military service to independent living.

LIFE: Our Development Program

Each WWH veteran is introduced to our transitional care and counseling program, LIFE - Living Independently For Ever, LIFE provides: Case Management, Individual Transition Plans, Life Counseling, Release Planning and up to 2 years in a Wounded Warrior Home.

What Our Veterans Say About Our Programs

"Before I reached out for help from Wounded Warriors Foundation I was homeless. I lived in my car in Vista, California for 30 days. This event was very self-reflective and humbling. I never begged for money but I did go to bed hungry some nights. I finally enrolled in the VA and was happily directed to the WWH. On June 15th, 2014 I moved in and my life drastically changed. I hope to one day get the opportunity to teach, train, motivate and encourage others by either becoming a pastor, mentor, school teacher or a guidance counselor."


United States Marine Corps

"I was a veteran of 18 years. After an injury and years of taking opiates, coupled with PTS and TBI symptoms, it all ultimately led to my early departure from what I loved to do. With a quickly out of the military I was left jobless, homeless and without a car. After having a series of blackouts, no one was willing to take a risk with me and I ended up in the hospital with nowhere to go. I got temporary shelter at a local crisis house and while there, my case manager who referred me to Wounded Warrior Homes. A lot of stress has been taken out of my life and I honestly can’t say where I would be if it weren't for Wounded Warrior Homes."

Anonymous Veteran Served by WWH

"Wounded Warrior Homes has been there for me, and helped me out with hard times when my service was done for the country. My life was missing people in my life that care. I suffer from post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury. It’s been tough getting my life together. I would like to say thank you to the Wounded Warrior Homes staff for all the assistants." Anonymous Veteran Served by WWH

Support Our Wounded Warrior Homes' Veterans

“One of the greatest needs for our returning service men and women is going to be transitional housing.

Our vets get to a point when they are finished with in-patient rehab, but they are not ready to live independently. 

Wounded Warrior Homes fills that need.” -- Chip Dykes, Chief Warrant Officer 3, USMC. Ret.

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