Healing Warriors Program Receives Flexible Support Grant Award from NextFifty Initiative
Healing Warriors Program is honored to announce it has received a flexible support grant from the NextFifty Initiative for $100,000. Healing Warriors Program focuses on factors that contribute to veteran suicide.
Including pain management, Traumatic Brain Injuries, post-traumatic stress, and more. The funding will help older veterans improve balance, reduce chronic pain and neuropathy, enhance focus and awareness, and enhance their quality of life. Additionally, the Healing Warriors program uses a non-narcotic, integrative care approach to serve the healthcare needs of veterans, active duty military, and their families, as well as Care Coordination services to assist our older adult military families with adjunct needs such as housing, food insecurity, counseling, employment and more.
Chiefly, the NextFifty Initiative, which funds game-changing efforts to improve and sustain the quality of life for people in their second 50 years, announced a total of $7.7 million in grants to similar organizations around Colorado and across the United States. NextFifity awarded Colorado organizations sixty-three percent of the total dollars.
About Healing Warriors Program:
As has been noted, Healing Warriors Program envisions a suicide-free world where all veterans and their families thrive. Our mission is to improve the wellness of veterans and their families through non-narcotic care. Service members of any branch and any era are eligible for services.
About NextFifty Initiative
Comparatively, NextFifty Initiative is a Colorado-based, private foundation funding efforts to improve the lives of older adults and their caregivers. The foundation works with community leaders, experts in the field of aging, and front-line professionals to support programs and projects that positively impact aging and longevity. They focus on education, sharing best practices, and supporting innovation that will transform aging for generations to come. In 2021, NextFifty Initiative awarded grants totaling roughly $12 million.
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