As the owner of Redline Restorations in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Colton Amster provides world-class automotive restoration services for vehicles of all types. A charitable individual, Colton Amster has also used his professional skills and facility to support the work of organizations such as Make-A-Wish and Wounded Warrior Project.
In partnership with four academic health care partners, Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) recently launched its Wounded Care Network. The first of its kind, this national mental health program will increase access to mental health care services for veterans affected by post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and other conditions affecting mental wellness.
Through the Network, WWP and its four partners–Emory Healthcare, Massachusetts General Hospital, Rush University Medical Center, and UCLA Health–will offer specialized clinical services to veterans as part of a regional outpatient program or an intensive outpatient program. Both program types will provide participants and their families with the individualized care they need to thrive.
In January 2016, WWP officially started accepting participants for the Wounded Care Network, which will be supported over the next three years through a $100 million commitment from WWP and its health care partners. For more information, visit www.woundedwarriorproject.org.