The Smallest Act of Caring

Where are you located? Waynesville, MO Where did your veteran receive the majority of their medical treatment? My veteran was not catastrophically injured while in theater, but rather years of deployments eventually took their toll on him physically and mentally. The majority of his conditions arose a few years after returning from his last deployment. He received most of his care through Fort Riley’s Irwin Army Community Hospital and for specialty care was referred to the civilian hospitals surrounding the post while he was assigned the Warrior Transition Unity on Fort Riley, KS. What branch of service is your family
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Help Our Wounded

Help Our Wounded has been partnering to help Quality of Life Foundation families for quite a while. Rosie Babin of Help Our Wounded, a wounded warrior caregiver herself, knows the ins and outs of the needs of the wounded, ill, and injured community and strives to help Quality of Life Foundation meet the needs of the families for which our organization requests assistance. Rosie meets each request with prompt attention and assistance, allowing for assistance with a wide variety of needs. When one of our own staff member’s wounded warrior was hospitalized, Rosie was there to help us provide assistance
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Did You Know?

Over 1,200 veterans who have sustained injuries that may prevent them from having children without medical assistance are not currently able to access fertility procedures such as in vitro fertilization from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.  This benefit is only available through the Department of Defense to active duty families. We at Quality of Life Foundation, together with a coalition of fellow Veterans Service Organizations, have called upon the Senate to re-examine this policy in a joint letter, which you can view at http://bit.ly/1NiBkPf. You can also let your own Senator know you’d like action to be taken so our veterans can start a family at https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/action-center thanks to our
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