|PROJECT VICTORY FAQs
Who is eligible to receive rehabilitation services within Project Victory?
Project Victory works with military personnel, and veterans of recent military service, who served in Operation New Dawn (OND), Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) or Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and who have screened positive for post concussive symptoms or have been diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury.
Will I have to pay for services?
No. Services within Project Victory are provided at no cost to the client and without regard to age, ethnicity or gender. Project Victory has been funded by a grant given to TIRR Foundation by the Iraq Afghanistan Deployment Impact Fund of the California Community Foundation.
I do not live in the Houston area, where will I live while in the program?
Project Victory provides cost free temporary housing during treatment. During the intake process, please let us know if you will need housing provided for you.
What rehabilitation services can I expect to receive?
Patient care within Project Victory begins with comprehensive evaluations to identify deficits and create an individual rehabilitation plan. The evaluation process includes assessments in the areas of neuropsychology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, and family psychosocial. Based on the rehabilitation plan, the following therapies and counseling may be provided: physical, occupational, speech, cognitive, psychological, family educational and vocational counseling. Higher level interventions may also be provided including balance/vestibular therapy, visual therapy, and state of the art treatment for complications.
How long will I be able to stay in the rehabilitation program of Project Victory?
Each patient’s length of stay is determined by the treatment team following a two week evaluation period. However, patients typically remain in the program for six to ten weeks.
Is Project Victory a government program?
No. Project Victory is not funded, administered or affiliated with the Department of Defense or Veterans Administration.
Are there any restrictions to applying for Project Victory?
Applicants must have served in OND, OEF or OIF and have screened positive for post concussive symptoms or have been diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury.
Project Victory rehabilitation services are provided without regard to age, ethnicity, gender or financial cost to the service member. When calling to apply, you will receive important information on qualifying medical conditions and required documentation.
How do I apply?
Project Victory - TIRR Foundation