Today, there are over three million disabled veterans in the U.S. and the number grows each day as the war on terror continues. We will help with the physical and emotional needs in whatever way possible through our professional contacts and personal relationships. It is beyond words what our soldiers have done for us, and they are deserving of everything that we can give in return.
The government is providing first-class medical care for our wounded soldiers, but will never be able to provide all of what they deserve. Armed Forces Veterans’ works closely with the nation’s major veterans groups and with variety of other military support organizations to make sure these brave young men and women are being helped.
We are strongly committed to helping those who have selflessly given to our country and have returned home with serious disabilities and injuries.
To recognize all veterans who have made great sacrifices in order to ensure our safety and freedom by their hard work and sacrifice. All of these veterans had dreams about the future; many felt that their dreams were lost due to injuries suffered in the line of duty. We thank veterans by showing them that with the right relationships and support they can accomplish anything because we all do appreciate them for all the sacrifices they have made to make our country the best and the safe place to live in the whole world.
To protect and promote the physical, mental, and emotional wellness of military service members, veterans, and their families.
We desire to see veterans healed - spiritually, emotionally and physically.
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