Team RWB Veteran Statisitcs

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Team RWB is comprised of both military and civilian team members.  The mission of Team RWB is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity.   Here are some statistics I found on the webpage www. teamrwb.org:

 

How many individuals represent Team RWB?

Founded in 2010, Team RWB and its 56,000 members are bringing veterans, their families, and American citizens together through authentic social interaction, community physical fitness and shared experiences in over 115 communities across the globe.

How many Americans have been deployed since September 2001?

Nearly 2.5 million American men and women have deployed in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom since September 2001.

How many service members will retire in the next 5 years?

Approximately 1 million service members will retire or separate from the military over the next 5 years.

How many veterans do not return to their hometown upon completion of service?

58% of veterans do not return to their hometown upon completion of service.

How many veterans are more likely to exercise with a group?

41% of veterans stated that they are more likely to exercise if they can do it with a group or team.

Are significantly stressed individuals likely to be depressed?

People who have experienced significant stress are 2.5 times more likely to be depressed.

What is natural equivalent to SSRI drug therapies for depression and anxiety?

A number of studies have shown exercise to be the non-drug equivalent of SSRI drug therapies or psychotherapy for depression and anxiety.

How many veterans are estimated to be undiagnosed with PTSD?

The VA estimates there are nearly 400,000 untreated cases of post-traumatic stress disorder.

What percentage of returning combat veterans may have mental health conditions?

A 2009 Rand report estimates that 26% of returning combat veterans may have mental health conditions (PTSD, anxiety, depression).

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