Flower Mound, TX (PRWEB) February 16, 2014
Heritage Health Solutions, Inc. (Heritage), a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business announced that the Project Injured Veterans Entering Sport Training (Project INVEST) program at Texas Woman’s University (TWU) is a $25K recipient of its Help a Hero initiative.
Since Help a Hero’s inception in 2005, Heritage has donated both time and service to improve veterans’ lives in communities near and far. These donations have ranged from simple supplies to furniture and household items, as well as necessary home and car repairs. Additionally, last year’s initiative included renting pontoon boats for soldiers and their families to go fishing, hosting wounded warriors and their families at Texas Rangers baseball games, and providing care packages to homeless veterans.
“This donation truly changes lives,” said Dr. Ronald Davis, TWU Kinesiology Professor. “The opportunity for injured veterans to play sports and have their families join them in other recreational activities throughout the year is priceless. Heritage’s generosity not only benefits TWU but also lifts up our entire community.”
Tonya Clark, President and Chief Financial Officer of Heritage, said, “We are committed to ensuring veterans and their families are reintegrated into their communities and resilient. An adaptive sports program like Project INVEST is crucial to improving the lives of those men and women who have served and defended our great country.”
About Heritage Health Solutions, Inc.
Heritage Health Solutions, Inc., a service‐disabled, veteran‐owned business, provides health care delivery and management, pharmacy services, medical cost containment, and telemedicine to federal, state, county, and municipal agencies. Heritage is in its eighth year of providing pharmacy first fill prescription services to well in excess of one million military veterans at over 600 VA medical clinic locations across the country. The company is also committed to supporting the U.S. Marshals Service National Managed Care Contract that delivers health care services to 60,000 plus prisoners in the U.S. Marshals custody. For more information, visit http://www.heritagehealthsolutions.com.