• Navy Wounded Warrior
    Navy Safe Harbor Foundation is the Navy Wounded Warrior (NWW) Program’s first call when a Navy or Coast Guard Sailor is in need. This allows NSHF to assist with non-medical needs.
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  • Caring For Caregivers
    Family members often become the primary caregiver for a Wounded Warrior which can impact employment, emotional health, and family stability. Your support makes a difference.
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  • Wounded Warrior Games
    NSHF supports the Navy and Coast Guard Wounded Warrior Team as they prepare for the Wounded Warrior Games - a competition for wounded, ill and injured service members.
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Wounded Warrior Stories

  • From Tragedy to Triumph: A Navy Wounded Warrior's Incredible Journey
    From Tragedy to Triumph: A Navy Wounded Warrior’s Incredible Journey
    It's been more than 10 years since Jared Lenahan joined the Navy, and you could say it's been an eventful decade for him. After signing up in June 2009, he spent five years at Camp Pendleton in California working in the field at the Marine Corps Scout Sniper School and Basic Reconnaissance Course. He deployed to Afghanistan as part of Provincial Reconstruction Team Uruzgan that included the Army, Australian Infantry, Slovakian Civil Affairs, USDA, State Department, and other entities, where he worked as a combat medic, combat cameraman, and public affairs officer -- a man of many hats, to be sure. But it was when he went to Sicily after his deployment that his life took a sudden an unexpected turn....
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