Learning economic empowerment is also a key part of what you can get when you participate in programs with the Wounded Warrior Project. It’s important that you not only learn how to get back on your feet physically, mentally, and emotionally, but dealing with finances is the last thing you’ll want to do. This is why the organization has created so many programs and why going through them step-by-step is important.
The idea behind these programs is to not only help rehabilitate service members and veterans but to get them all back to a place where they can live in peace, harmony and care for themselves. There is no reason that these men and women that serve our country should ever be without work once they retire, nor should they ever face being unemployed. They have families to care for as well.
This is why part of the economic empowerment program with Wounded Warrior Project offers higher education classes, training in information technology, employment assistance and more to encourage financial stability for these men and women and their families.
Wounded Warrior Project Offers Track Program
The Track Program is one of the first offerings I want to share with you so that you get the bigger picture of what is happening within the Wounded Warrior Project and why it’s so vital to our men and women. Track is actually an education center with two locations. One is in Jacksonville, Florida and the other is located in San Antonio, Texas.
The program is a year long and is designed to help you:
- Meet educational goals
- Meet health and wellness goals
- Focus on mental health
- Career development
Upon entering the program students are put into teams which helps to keep service members and veterans connected as they were when they first entered the military. Regardless of what you faced in the past those that you work with while in the TRACK program are committed to helping you not only get further but to become more, and to help you do more for as long as you are in the program.
The question that you may have is whether or not this is the right program for you. There are some questions that we ask veterans and service members to help them determine this.
Questions the Wounded Warrior Project Asks Before You Enter the Track Program
While you may be wondering if the TRACK program is right for you there are some questions that Wounded Warrior asks to ensure that you are including:
- Do you wish to begin or continue your education?
- Do you wish to improve and work on your health and wellness?
- Are you ready to learn more about how combat injuries affect your life now and in the future?
- Are you focused on learning how to find positive ways to deal with your challenges physically, mentally, and emotionally?
- Are you ready to take responsibility to create your new life?
- Are you willing to relocate for at least one year to Jacksonville, Florida or San Antonio, Texas to get your life on track with this program?
It’s well worth it to have the support you need. While you may not be certain if this is right for you so many have come out of this program ahead and with more stability. I would encourage you today to learn more about what Wounded Warrior Project has to offer and how they can help you get your life back.
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