Resurrecting Lives Foundation expands it Employment Initiative to Marines at Camp Lejeune, NC.

Resurrecting Lives Foundation recently made a trip to Camp Lejeune to introduce and make plans to bring its “CO to CEO Employment Initiative” to the Marines at The Warrior Hope Center at Camp Lejeune NC.  The Warrior Hope and Care Centers provide medical care, mental health counseling, professional training and education, physical conditioning and transition services for wounded, ill, and injured Marines and Sailors.
While visiting at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Dr Chrisanne  Gordon was able to visit the United States Marine Corps, Wound Warrior Battalion East (WWBn-E) of the Wounded Warrior Regiment.  The Marine Corps through the Wounded Warrior Regiment (WWR), has made an enduring commitment to keep faith with those who sacrificed much.  When a Marine is wounded, falls ill, or is injured, comprehensive and coordinated medical and non-medical support become vitally important.

The Warrior Hope Center

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Entrance to Hope Center, Work Out Room, Dr. Chrisanne Gordon with Artist Craig Bone

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Paintings at Entrance to Hope Center, Retired MGySgt Rob Saul poses in from of the a statue in front of The Warrior and Care Center.

United States Marine Corps, Wound Warrior Battalion East (WWBn-E)

The focus of effort for WWBn-E is taking care of wounded, ill and injured Marines and their families as they proceed through the Integrated Disability Evaluation System process. With a full-time staff of more than 200 Marines, Sailors and civilian professionals, we are dedicated to ensuring care of our Wounded Warriors throughout the recovery and transition process.

There motto and emblem are shown below:
ETIAM IN PUGNA – “Still in the Fight”









To read more on the Wounded Warrior Regiment, Please click here.

To read more on the Wounded Warrior Regiment, Battalion East, Please click here.

Fisher House

Lastly, while at Lejeune they made a visit to the Fisher House. Since 1991 Fisher Houses have been serving military families during times of medical crisis, it serves as a home away from home and allows military families to stay together during a serious medical condition.

To Read more on the Camp Lejeune Fisher House,  Please Click Here

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Chrisanne Gordon, MD
Founder, Resurrecting Lives Foundation

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