USO Invisible Wounds-2

 

Hundreds of thousands of troops are living with post traumatic stress (PTS) and traumatic brain injury (TBI) and many more will be diagnosed over the next few years. Here, troops share their deeply personal stories and how their conditions have impacted their lives. The USO asks you to become educated and join us in making a difference.

     

MSGT Mike Martinez

Deployed to Iraq
1990 / 2004

SSGT Jessica Paul

Deployed to Iraq
2006

SGT Philip Romero

Deployed to Iraq
2005 / 2007

    Public Service Announcements 

Capt Eric Thomas & Susan Thomas

Deployed to Iraq
2003 / 2004

SGT Guillermo Gonzales

en Español
Deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq
2006 / 2008

2012 USO Public Service Announcements

Watch our public service announcements on the USO Invisible Wounds YouTube Channel.

USO Warrior and Family Care

Family Centers

Family Centers 

Two new USO Centers for wounded, ill or injured troops and their families in the Washington, D.C. area will offer specialized spaces, services and programs designed to serve the troops and families recovering in long term care. 

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Programs

Programs 

If you or a loved one have returned home from military service with an injury, the USO can help ease that transition. Find out how you can participate in the programs and services focused specifically on your healing and recovery.

Learn more about our USO Warrior and Family Care programs » 

Ways to Give Back

Ways to Give Back 

We owe tremendous gratitude to Americans who serve in uniform. Help the USO help our wounded, ill or injured troops and their families. Together, we can make sure this generation of warriors knows their sacrifice is recognized and appreciated.  

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Post Traumatic Stress & Traumatic Brain Injury

Many servicemen and women returning from engagements abroad are suffering from post traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury. Learn more about PTS and TBI and where to get help with these resources.

 

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