Reverend Warnock is a native Georgian whose family has honorably served in the armed forces for generations. In fact, Reverend Warnock’s father was a distinguished US Army World War II Veteran.
With Georgia being home to over 640,000 veterans and over 90,000 active-duty personnel, reservists, and national guardsmen, it is imperative that its elected leaders represent their needs and boldly advocate on their behalf.
Reverend Warnock understands the sacred obligation to care for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in battle, sent into harm’s way by our leaders and lawmakers. He is committed to improving the functionality and efficiency of the VA, especially those facilities here in Georgia. He understands the evolving health care needs of today’s veterans, such as behavioral health and issues arising from PTSD, MST, TBI. Reverend Warnock is committed to strengthening the use of telehealth, which is direly needed for Georgia’s veterans who live in rural communities where health care access has declined.
Veterans and their families achieving the American Dream is important to Reverend Warnock. He will work to ensure that transitioning military service members and their spouses are prepared to enter the civilian world with optimal career and education opportunities.
There are far too many homeless veterans in Georgia. Just as other states have done, Reverend Warnock will work with Georgia’s elected officials to end veteran systemic homelessness.
Reverend Warnock will bring action to ensure that veterans and their families have a Georgia that they can call home – that welcomes them to a better life as gratitude for their service and sacrifice.