Warriors Research Institute (WRI)

Building Peer Support and Telehealth for Central Texas Veterans (Vet PaTHs)

If you are a veteran or family member of a veteran dealing with depression, anger, substance abuse or posttraumatic stress, you may be eligible to participate in a research study at Baylor Scott & White Research Institute that provides treatment online through telemental health at no cost to you.

Contact us to find out more about this important and confidential study.

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Warriors Research Institute's mission is to improve the quality of care available to military veterans and emergency responders via a program of scientific inquiry. We develop and disseminate new treatments for those suffering the sequelae of toxic or traumatic work events. In addition to providing and evaluating state-of-the-art experimental treatments, we train future generations of treatment providers in evolving evidence-based care.

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Current Studies and Completed Projects

For more than a decade, The Warriors Research Institute has been involved in a wide array of empirical research studies aimed at improving care for warriors from a variety of fields. Previous studies conducted by the WRI were made possible by grant funding from a variety of sources, including FEMA and NIMH.

Internship Opportunity

Warriors Research Institute recently launched the Baylor Excellence in Applied Research (BEAR) Program, an internship designed to provide Baylor University students with practical mental health research experience.

From the News

Our Director and Chief, Dr. Suzy Bird Gulliver, and several noteworthy WRI collaborators have been featured for their outstanding work in the media. Please find links to clips of their important work in the community below.

> Female firefighters and divorce

> Stamp Out Stigma

> Firefighters on PTSD

> Consultations and referrals available to veterans and first responders

> Film spotlights addiction 'recovery' schools

> ABCD William J. Ostiguy High School: Graduation 2016