About the Wounded Warrior Project’s TRACK Program

With more than 10,000 hours of family medicine and emergency care experience, Thomas Maibenco, MD, is a family physician, who has treated patients who have experienced trauma, shock, and a number of other complex ailments. In the area of charity, Thomas Maibenco, MD, contributes to the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP).

The WWP is dedicated to helping veterans who experienced physical or mental injuries after September 11, 2001. A group of veterans and friends founded the nonprofit organization upon learning of the difficulties faced by wounded service members returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Utilizing a holistic approach, the programs offered by the WWP focus on nurturing both mind and body, as well as assisting wounded service members in finding rewarding jobs.

The WWP’s TRACK program assists service members in achieving career goals. TRACK has facilities located in Jacksonville, Florida, and San Antonio, Texas, and these education centers are the first in the United States designed specifically for wounded service members.

TRACK is an option even for individuals who have difficulty in educational environments. Students enter and continue through the program as a team, and the comradery can help students develop career skills more rapidly.

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