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Engaging in physical activity, sports, and recreation activities can improve your health, enhance your quality of life, and provide opportunitites for engaging with your community. Explore sports and recreation programs and resources for you and your family.


 
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  • More and more studies are showing the positive impact between exercise and healing the deep wounds combat can have on the lives of our military's veterans. The Catch A Lift Fund (CAL) is an organization that is "changing bodies, healing minds, and saving lives" through granted fitness programs nationwide. Catch A Lift is mentally and physically healing veterans one by one.

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  • What happens when servicemembers retire or separate? The community moves on and often the veteran and his/her family members can feel lost as they try and assimilate into the new civilian world they are a part of.

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  • Veterans & Athletes United (VAU) is an all-volunteer Veterans 501c3 non-profit organization. VAU is founded by combat veterans with disabilities and run by Veterans and caring professionals.

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  • For groups like Team Red, White & Blue, the whole point is to bring veterans and the civilian community together. If you didn’t serve, we’re here to serve, they say.

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  • Your courage, your determination and your drive all led you to serve America proudly. Those same characteristics will also lead to satisfaction and success in adaptive sports.

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  • Organizers with Team Red, White and Blue have long said that veterans who participate in their events are happier, healthier and more civically minded than their peers. Now they can prove that.

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  • Aging well includes participating in activities you enjoy including recreation activities, physical activity, volunteering, and social events.  

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  • Some ways to stay sun-safe outdoors include wearing sun protection gear like a hat with a wide brim an sunglasses to protect you face and eyes, and wearing a long-sleeved shirt and pants or a long skirt for additional protection when possible.

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