GM3 Paul Hurley was deployed to Bahrain as part of anti-piracy security team. One night, his car was broadsided in a hit and run accident. He ended up with two badly broken legs and one had to be amputated.
A few weeks later in Bethesda, he was introduced to his non-medical care manager from Navy Safe Harbor and Hurley informed her his goal was to head to college. His non-medical care manager did some research and made some calls. She helped him get enrolled into the college of his choice as a geography major. She states, "That's what we do, Navy Safe Harbor is a lifeline for any wounded, ill, or injured Sailor or Coast Guardsman. We'll help with any legal matters, travel, pay, or any other non-medical issue.
Navy Safe Harbor also helped Hurley get a Segway so that he could travel around campus and now he's pursuing his dreams.
The Navy Safe Harbor Foundation is dedicated to supporting the recovery of seriously wounded, ill, and injured Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, and their families
by assisting them with resources not currently provided by government or community resources.
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