Wounded Warrior Project & Veterans for America
Dr. Cohen was drawn to military service because he believed it was the right thing to do and the best way to serve his country. After his active duty ended, he knew he still wanted to support the troops and help those who made the same (or more) sacrifices as him. That’s why he has partnered with both the Wounded Warrior Project as well as Veterans for America, all in an effort to make active and former military personnel’s lives better as they adjust to civilian life.
Veterans for America
Veterans for America was founded in 1980, and it’s mission is to be an advocacy and humanitarian group that works to engage the American public in support of policies that address the needs of veterans, those still in the armed forces, and victims of overseas wars. They frequently recommend and support policy changes at both the state and federal level, providing a much needed voice for veterans at all levels of government.
Wounded Warrior Project
Many of our troops come back home with very serious injuries-- some are easy to see, and others are not. To help them and their families get back on their feet, the Wounded Warrior Project provides innumerable resources to both veterans and their families. As a former triage officer on the front lines in Iraq, Dr. Cohen has a special place in his heart for this group and does everything he can to support it.