There are many organizations that the Focus Marines Foundation works with to help our wounded warriors transition back into civilian life. In conjunction with several of these organizations, the FMF FOCUS program has reached new levels of success with our mission to support our post 9/11 veterans transitioning back into civilian life.
The partners that share our vision and work closely with FMF include the following…
The Society is the only organization providing free, in-home visits (anywhere in the country), by highly trained, experienced and compassionate Registered Nurses. These nurses provide information to Marines and Sailors, families and caregivers who are dealing with injuries and suffering related to combat service.
The United States Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment provides and enables assistance to wounded, ill and injured Marines, sailors attached to or in support of Marine units, and their family members in order to assist them as they return to duty or transition to civilian life.
The Renewal Coalition focuses on the family sharing time together without the worries of expenses. Lodging, meals, entertainment, ground travel and even the small amenities are the responsibility of Renewal Coalition and NOT the service members and their families.
The Mission Continues empowers veterans facing the challenge of adjusting to life at home to find new missions. They redeploy veterans in their communities, so that their shared legacy will be one of action and service.
The focus of God Cares is to help veterans find employment. They work with the Missouri Career Centers who offer classes for resume writing, interview skills, employer contacts etc. They have helped veterans and their families with a wide variety of needs so the veteran can focus on finding a job that will provide him with dignity.
The SemperFi Fund, and its program America’s Fund, provide immediate financial assistance and lifetime support to post 9/11 wounded, critically ill and injured members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, and their families, ensuring that they have the resources they need during their recovery and transition back to their communities.