The National PGR Board set this directive which is intended to augment the PGR mission. The PGR wishes to serve all heroes; not only the ones who paid the ultimate sacrifice but also the one whose life has been forever changed by their service to the United States of America
1. Establish a strong presence and mentoring program on Brooke Army Medical Center, Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Bethesda Naval Hospital.
2. Work diligently towards the recommendations set forth by medical personnel regarding our involvement with wounded Veterans.
3. Establish a support network for catastrophically wounded Veterans who are reentering their communities. This is a continuation of the inpatient program.
4. To develop a National plan to be carried out on the state level for an active and frequent PGR presence in all of the VA hospitals and homes nationwide.
5. Develop state Veterans’ Assistance Officers to communicate effectively between the state and National levels.
What we do to assist Veterans:
To accomplish our Vision we have developed programs aimed at supporting our Veterans such as:
• Visit our wounded service men and women at all major military critical care hospitals
• Provide a framework when a critically injured soldiers is discharged, there will be a PGR member who can continue the relationship once they return home
• Benefits and Fund Raisers to assist Veterans with special needs
• Working in partnership with other organizations such as American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Gold Star Mothers, Soldiers’ Angels, and many other fine organizations.
• Welcome Home & Send Offs Missions for individuals as well as troops