Congresswoman Louise Slaughter paid a visit Thursday to CDS Monarch Warrior Salute, a program focused on helping military veterans who are returning home with traumatic brain injury or other serious injuries.
Retired Major General Robert Mixon says as a veteran and father of three active service members, the Monarch Warrier program is something that is "near and dear to his heart."
He says they provide housing, food, therapy, rehabilitation, a job and paycheck to help injured service members regain their lives and make them make a successful transition back to civilian life.
Congresswoman Slaughter says tens of thousands of seriously wounded veterans will need our help for a very long time.
She says she's very proud of the work done by Warrior Salute, and met with many participants in the program.
Here's video of Slaughter meeting some of the veterans in the program: