Project INVEST

Project INVEST (INjured Veterans Entering Sport Training) was established in 2012 and has served injured, ill and wounded military by offering adaptive sports and activities at various venues and locations through North Texas. We serve disabled military, both active duty and veterans, with a permanent physical/psychological conditions such as amputations, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, visual impairments, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Project INVEST was created with help from the US Paralympics and the VA through funding of Olympic Opportunity Grant. Project INVEST's mission is to serve those who have served by building strength through sport and confidence through competition. TWU’s students are highly involved in the program volunteering, doing research and learning about the physical and psychosocial disabilities that affect veterans. TWU attracts students who want to work with veterans and is quickly gaining a reputation for this excellent program.

APE Master Scholars

A group of young men and women in wheelchairs smiling at the camera. A young woman sits cross-legged on the floor in front of them.
Master Scholars in APE (Adapted Physical Education) conducting WC Soccer Clinic at Ft. Hood
Five people standing in front of a sign for a Czechoslovakian bakery The Czech Stop, eating kolaches.
Master Scholars in APE enjoying a stop in the town of West, TX

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