Carpool. Errands. Soccer practice. Grocery runs. All are basic parts of a daily routine many take for granted. Imagine having to learn to drive again, which is a reality of some of our country’s injured and recovering veterans.

Hope For The Warriors has identified a gap within the Military and VA systems, where services addressing driving are either not accessible or available. Our goal is to maintain independent driving and transportation; allowing individuals to exercise autonomy; return to work; increase participation in family activities and reintegrate back into their communities, while reclaiming roles which were lost due to their medical condition.

In collaboration with the Driver Rehabilitation Center of Excellence, Hope For The Warriors’ Drive for Hope® is a comprehensive driving program designed to help service members and veterans regain the independence that was lost as a result of a catastrophic injury. From working with medical providers to behind-the-wheel training in adaptive vehicles, Drive for Hope will be there every step of the way.

To learn how this program can help you, apply for services.

 

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Hope For The Warriors not only helped me find new ways to compete in sports but also included my wife in many events. Inviting service members and families out from the four walls of their home or away from the multiple medical appointments everyday brings HOPE to the new life that we have in front of us.

—Staff Sergeant Jonathan Rose, USMC