Wounded Warrior Project’s (WWP) Combat Stress Recovery Program (CSRP) is designed to provide ongoing support to wounded warriors dealing with invisible injuries through comprehensive assessment of warrior needs, planning, and implementation of resources to best address and support those warrior needs. The overall goal of the Combat Stress Recovery Program is to enhance the quality of a warrior’s resiliency and psychological well-being. This non-clinical position is responsible for tracking the warrior’s progress while he or she is enrolled in the Combat Stress Recovery Program as well as provide PTSD and combat stress related support to warriors engaged by other WWP teammates and programs.
The Combat Stress Recovery Program Specialist works closely with the Combat Stress Recovery Program manager in the planning, coordinating, and execution of Project Odysseys for warriors dealing with PTSD and combat stress. Project Odyssey® is an outdoor experiential learning program that allows warriors to challenge themselves both physically and mentally while in a supportive environment.