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Since February 2014, America’s Warrior Partnership communities and their community partners have built relationships with 26,874 unique Warriors. Of those, 16,008 are Post-9/11 Warriors. Of the 16,008 Post-9/11 Warriors:
0%
Of the Homeless, Housed
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Of the Eligible for Education, Enrolled
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Of the Enrolled, On Track to Graduate or Have Graduated
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Of the Unemployed, Employed
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Enrolled in VA Healthcare
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Enrolled in VA eBenefits

 

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America’s Warrior Partnership’s Community Integration Program is a national model with proven results. If you are interested in improving your current program or developing a new program, visit our Consultation page or contact Lori Noonan at LNoonan@americaswarriorpartnership.org or 706-524-2821.

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Community Integration presented by America’s Warrior Partnership  in collaboration with Wounded Warrior Project®

America’s Warrior Partnership has created a replicable model for the delivery of services to Warriors. In the Aiken, SC, and Augusta, GA; Charleston, SC; Florida Panhandle; Greenville, SC; Buffalo, NY and Orange County, CA communities, this is resulting in very low veteran homelessness, success for veterans with employment, greater access to benefits and higher use of the G.I. Bill for education. Community integration is a collaborative effort between Wounded Warrior Project, America’s Warrior Partnership, and community groups to collectively help warriors successfully transition and establish a cornerstone of support in their communities.

 

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