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Moral Injury is a war inside

No One Should Fight Alone

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Moral Injury is an internal struggle. Its the guilt that comes from doing something you believe is wrong, from breaking your own moral code. For some people, its all consuming. They question their ability to do good, to go on. They turn to alcohol, drugs, self-harm. At Volunteers of America, we're prioritizing Moral Injury research and care to make sure no one fights this battle alone.


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    123 Years of Helping Those in Need

    Founded in 1896, we have been helping people in need for over 123 years. Now in our second century of service, Volunteers of America is one of the nation's largest and most comprehensive human services organizations, touching the lives of 1.5 million people each year in hundreds of communities across the United States.

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    Personal Stories of Moral Injury

    Read "The Momentum of Hope" a collection of real experiences with Moral Injury. See how Moral Injury has impacted so many people from veterans to caregivers, including Dr. Rita Nakashima Brock and our Chief Executive Office, Mike King.

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    The 2019 Volunteers of America Classic

    The 2019 Volunteers of America Classic, formerly the Volunteers of America LPGA Texas Classic, will return to Old American Golf Club in The Colony, TX for the second consecutive year. The official LPGA Tournament will feature 144 of the world’s best female golfers in a four-day stroke-play event vying for a $1.3 million purse. Join us September 30th through October 6th.

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    1.5 million people helped annually

  • 57,000

    kids and young people given opportunities they could never have imagined

  • 20,000

    veterans whose lives we have helped improve

  • 28,000

    individuals and families impacted by incarceration helped

  • 11,000

    individuals with intellectual disabilities empowered to be independent and involved in their communities

  • 106,000

    older adults cared for, housed and loved

  • 100,000

    homeless individuals assisted

  • 23,000

    people housed in our 19,426 affordable housing units in 484 properties