In an instant, an IED blast, a sniper’s bullet, or other service-connected incident steals a warrior’s self sufficiency.
Families respond with passion and dedication – devoting themselves to their loved one’s recovery. In the process, they often leave behind a life of normalcy to live a life filled with new challenges.
Our aid is tailored to each family’s unique situation. Common challenges include - emotional and physical fatigue, lack of adequate home health care, feelings of isolation and lack of resources to meet quality of life needs.
Groundbreaking for a new home for injured Reservist Jay BrisenoRead article...
Quality of Life Foundation to Receive Grant from Wounded Warrior Project®
The Quality of Life Foundation announced today that it will receive a grant in the amount of $165,000 from Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). Read more...
Click above to see the music video for America’s Family – a song honoring all military families
View families talking about the challenges of providing full time care for their beloved veterans with catastrophic injuries, illnesses, or wounds.