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Additional Information and Assistance for Wounded Veterans and Their Families


SEMPERMAX Support Fund
The mission of SEMPERMAX Support Fund is to enhance morale and welfare of service disabled veterans and their families through peer to peer, on-site visits by other service disabled veterans, trained to motivate and advocate on their behalf, so that they understand they have the continued support of a team.  ONE TEAM!  In doing so it is our hope that we can reduce isolation, disenfranchisement from society and suicide among veterans and their family members.  SEMPERMAX Support Fund is a service disabled veteran run, civilian organization pending 501 (c) (3) status, is not a government agency and is supported by the generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations who are committed to the welfare of our nation’s wounded heroes. Federal Tax ID#27-1063578
Hope for the Warriors®
Established in 2006, Hope For The Warriors™, a 501 c 3 non-profit organization, upholds a legacy of care for the wounded which began in October 2004 when the reality of sacrifices given in the line of duty took a personal hold on co-founders and friends, Robin Kelleher and Shannon Maxwell. It was at this time that Shannon’s husband, LtCol Tim Maxwell, was severely wounded in Iraq with a traumatic brain injury. Strengthened by the support of friends and family and an unwavering determination throughout recovery, a mission of advocacy began on behalf of Wounded Warriors along with an impassioned drive to create hope beyond recovery.  Today, our mission is a promise that the sacrifices of the wounded across military service branches and throughout the nation will not be forgotten, nor their needs unmet. Hope for the Warriors™ actively works to enhance the quality of life for US Service Members and their families nationwide who have been adversely affected by injuries or death in the line of duty. To learn more about how you can support the families of the wounded and fallen, please visit Federal Tax ID#20-5182295
Comfort Zone Camp
A fun and safe place for grieving children, Comfort Zone Camp is the nation’s largest bereavement camp for children who have experienced the loss of a parent, sibling or primary caregiver. Camps are held in Richmond, Virginia, and are open to all grieving children from across the country.
F*O*C*U*S (Families OverComing Under Stress) provides resiliency training to military families. It teaches practical skills to meet the challenges of deployment and reintegration, to communicate and solve problems effectively, and to successfully set goals together and create a shared family story.  As a service initiated by the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED), FOCUS Project addresses concerns related to parental combat operational stress injuries and combat-related physical injuries by providing state-of-the-art family resiliency services to military children and families at designated Navy and Marine Corps sites. In 2009, FOCUS Family Resiliency Services have been made available to Army and Air Force families at designated installations through support from the Department of Defense Office of Family Policy.
 Military Child Education Coalition
The Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, world-wide organization, focused on ensuring quality educational opportunities for all military children affected by mobility, family separation, and transition.
National Military Family Association’s Operation Purple                                                                                                     Military Family Association’s Operation Purple camps are a time for having fun, making friends, and reminding military kids that they are the Nation’s youngest heroes. The mission of the Operation Purple program is to empower military children and their families to develop and maintain healthy and connected relationships, in spite of the current military environment. Operation Purple Healing Adventures is a family camp experience for active duty or medically retired service members who were wounded or experienced emotional trauma or illness related to their service in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) or Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF).
Traumatic Brain Injury: The Journal Home
This site provides an informative and sensitive exploration of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), including information for patients, family members, and caregivers. Topics include types and symptoms of brain injury, TBI treatment and recovery, and helpful insights about the potential long-term effects of brain injury. Animation is used to help patients clearly understand the brain, and the results of injuries to different parts of the brain. Survivors and their caregivers share courageous stories about their own experiences, providing down-to-earth facts along with inspiration and hope.

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