Our Veterans Program is funded in part by contributions from:

Wound Warriors Project

Emory Healthcare Veterans Program is proud to be a member of Warrior Care Network, a first-of-its-kind national medical care network sponsored by Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP).

Emory University and Emory Healthcare join Massachusetts General Hospital, Rush University Medical Center and the University of California Los Angeles to create a world-class system to provide treatment for PTSD and other related conditions to Veterans deployed in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.

Welcome Back Veterans

Robert R. McCormick Foundation

Welcome Back Veterans (WBV), a partnership between Major League Baseball Charities and the Robert R. McCormick Foundation, was launched in 2008 to support more than 2 million Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans and their families across the United States. The initiative supports seven academic medical centers’ efforts to expand access to high-quality mental health care for Veterans and their families suffering from post-traumatic stress, anxiety, trauma, and traumatic brain injury. Mental health care is critical for them and their families to reintegrate into their communities.

Blue Angels Foundation

The Blue Angels Foundation’s mission is to support wounded veterans. The wounded veterans who proudly volunteered to serve our nation and preserve our freedoms are the same people today who need our time, treasure and talents to provide a path of transition back to the civilian community and a life of dignity and fulfillment.

Bob Woodruff Foundation

This program is made possible in part by a grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation, which is dedicated to ensuring that post-9/11 impacted servicemembers, Veterans, and their families make a successful transition.

SunTrust Foundation

NCR Foundation

For More Information and to Determine Eligibility

For more information, please call 888–514–5345 or complete the private online form below and we will contact you.