Wounded Warrior Homes helps San Diego veterans
San Diego has the largest concentration of military personnel in the world. Jason Austell discusses with Mia Roseberry how Wounded Warrior Homes guarantees veterans a safe transition home.
Wounded Warrior Homes needs to raise $50 thousand dollars in the next 50 days to repair an Oceanside house to provide transitioning veterans with PTSD and TBI a safe home as they transition to civilian life. Wounded Warrior Homes is looking for community support, totaling $50K, to make essential repairs on the house — such as fixing the roof, replacing the electrical panel, and repairing a support beam.
Wounded Warrior Homes says One in five veterans come home with PTSD. San Diego County has the largest concentration of military personnel in the world. Over a quarter of a million retired service members call San Diego their home! Between the issue of veteran homelessness and the alarming statistic that 13.8% of veterans will be diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress, Wounded Warrior Homes urges viewers to support veterans by donating today.
Mia’s grandfather, father, brother and nephew are all are, or have been, Marines, so it was natural that her and her husband Steve open their home to host combat veterans from the base at Twentynine Palms. She founded Wounded Warrior Homes with a mission to provide housing, support and resources for service members and veterans seeking to restore their lives.
Wounded Warrior Homes Official Website: woundedwarriorhomes.org