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Wounded Warrior Project Offers Project Odyssey to Veterans

As the vice president of Heron Therapeutics, Erol Onel provides insight from a scientific perspective for the pain management company. When he is not busy with professional pursuits, Erol Onel donates to the Wounded Warrior Project.

The Wounded Warrior Project provides a variety of different services to veterans upon their return home. These include mental health support, which helps vets to readjust back into society. There are also services that focus on physical recovery after an injury related to serving and assistance in finding employment and starting an educational path. The project helps veterans connect in meaningful ways with family and other individuals.

One of the projects to help veterans recover mentally is known as Project Odyssey. This can be completed individually by region, as a couples retreat that allows veterans to reconnect with their partner, or internationally in Germany. Participants are involved in activities that allow them to get back to themselves and to be one with nature. Some of the activities include horseback riding, canoeing, skiing, and fishing, to name a few. Staff and trained counselors help to facilitate Project Odyssey.

 

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