A Veteran or family member can go directly to the building above and be assigned a Service Officer who can review and assist with Benefits applications. You can also to the the John D. Dingell VAMC in Detroit and also see certified Service Officers that can help. The Veteran's Benefits Administration sends 2 people to this hospital twice a month as well on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month!
Did you know that elderly widows and widowers of retired or honorably separated military officers are eligible to live at Air Force Village I in San Antonio,Texas?
The Villages are three retirement communities in San Antonio whose primary purpose is to care for surviving officer & spouses of ALL branches of the service who need a secure, comfortable and dignified place to live.
They also have a Fellowship Fund that can help meet the financial needs of widow(ers) of retired Air Force officers who do not have adequate financial resources to cover their living or health-care expenses. NO qualified widow orwidower is ever turned away due to inability to pay.
The identity of the people who receive assistance is kept strictly confidential.
The toll-free number to the Air Force Village Foundation is 800-762-1122.
Grants to VA Hospitals to purchase life-enhancing and life-saving equipment (Healthcare for Heroes)
Provides money to organizations dedicated to providing affordable housing to veterans
(Housing for Heroes)
Provides used adapted vans donated to or purchased directly by the organization. Additionally, they may assist in adapting a vehicle for a veteran who meets certain financial guidelines (Vans 4 Vets)
Wounded Warrior Project starts at the beds of the severely injured as they undergo treatment
and rehabilitation at the Dept. of Defense facilities and throughout their rehabilitation. To be eligible the veteran must be an honorably discharged veteran of the United States military and have a severe physical disability which leaves him/her in a wheelchair. Also, the veteran's income must fall within the poverty guidelines established by the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs
Did you know there are well-known businesses (such as Little Caesars Pizza) who will help you start a new franchise for just a FRACTION of what it normally would cost? For ex. Little Caesars will give up to $10,000
in benefits toward starting a new Little Caesars franchise AND service-disabled veterans are eligible for up to $68,000 for starting a franchise. A typical Little Caesars store costs $175,000 to $300,000 to build and equip. Information on Little Caesars franchise opportunities can be found at www.littlecaesars.com.
For information on VetFran, the International Francise Association program, go towww.franchise.org.
For information about the Center for Veterans Enterprise, go to www.vetbiz.govOR
Michigan Veterans Trust Fund-Tuition Grant Program
A program administered by the Michigan Veterans Trust Fund provides payment for the education
of the children of a veteran who is totally disabled from service-incurred causes, was killed in the line of duty, has died subsequently from a service-related disability, was totally disabled before death from a service-connected illness or injury, or who is listed by the federal government as missing in action in a foreign country. Recipients must be attending a postsecondary education institution in Michigan. Information and application forms are available from your cunty Veterans Affairs office or on the Internet athttp://www.va.gov
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Vet Centers
If you are a veteran or a spouse of a veteran who wants to learn more about post-traumatic stress, call your nearest V.A. Medical Facility OR contact one of the Vet Centers listed below:
Veterans Housing Program--Volunteers of America (Homeless Veterans)
The Veterans Housing Program has greatly expanded housing and other community resources to an underserved population. Veterans may participate in the program for 18 months and are offered the following services: case management, individual and group counseling, referrals for substance abuse and medical treatment, budgeting assistance, job interviewing and placement and anger management. Upon graduation, aftercare services are offered for six months.
Eligible participants must be a homeless veteran and have at minimum a general discharge under honorable conditions. In Lansing, Volunteers of America operates a 50-bed overnight emergency shelter for men. For more information about the Veterans Housing Program, please contact:
Daleth Jean-Jules MSSW, CSW
430 N. Larch Street
Lansing, MI 48912
Phone: 517-484-4414, ext. 119
V. A. Center for Women Veterans
Some of the services for women veterans are Center for Women Veterans, Outreach for Women Veterans, Health Care for Women Veterans, Sexual Trauma Counseling and Comprehensive Health Care Centers located at www1.va.gov/womenvet/
Motor City Chapter of the Women Marines Association
You can obtain additional information at these sites or by contacting the Selfridge Community Services office at 1-586-307-4514. This office provides financial counseling and assistance for service members who are currently on active duty.
The Michigan National Guard Family Fund
was created to assist Air and Army National Guard families who experience financial difficulties
with temporary emergency financial assistance, and to fund programs and training to maintain
and improve the quality of life of our Michigan National Guard families. The fund provides for up
to a $500 grant to soldiers and airmen and their family members who encounter financial hardships.
An application must be submitted with the necessary documentation. For an application form, go
Michigan's Opportunities for Veterans Employment (MOVE)
MOVE, part of the Dept. of Labor and Economic Growth, identifies, contacts and recruits veterans separating to Michgan for employment opportunities that match their qualifications and career interests. The program seeks to meet the staffing needs of the business community in Michigan with veterans re-entering civilian life after a single term or after retiring from the armed forces. The toll-free number is 1-800-455-5228 OR visithttp://michigan.gov/veteranjobs
State of Michigan Re-Employment Rights for Veterans
In 2002 the Michigan Legislature enacted a law to strengthen the Michigan law regarding
re-employment of employees after military service. Get more information at http://michigan.gov/veteranjobs or call the Michigan Dept. of Labor and Economic Growth-Bureau of Workforce Programs and speak to a veterans employment representative at 1-800-455-5228.
Helmets to Hardhats
A free program that helps transitioning military, guardsmen, and reservists find great careers. The program works with the 15 building and construction trade unions to list construction careers and works with qualified employers to list all other types of careers. Here you can list your skills online to be viewed by potential employers and view employment and training opportunities throughout the U.S. Visit the website athttp://www.helmetstohardhats.org/
Michigan Rehabilitation Services
Veterans with disabilities should also investigate the State of Michigan Rehabilitation Services program administered by the Michigan Dept. of Labor and Economic Growth. Services may be available to supplement USDVA allowances for vocational rehabilitation in cases of special need
or for placement, tools, and equipment. Employment servicesmay also be available to veterans whose disabilities are not service-related. Information is available toll-free at 1-800-605-6722 or
The National EEO Recruitment Publication directed to females, minorities, Veterans, and
disabled persons. Check this publication to find professional job openings across the country!
PLEASE ALSO CHECK UNDER THE "DISABILITY RESOURCES" WEBPAGE OF THIS SITE!
Project HERO (Homes Eliminated of Restrictiions and Obstacles)
A NEW pilot program to help faciliatate home imporvement projects for disabled veterans.
Founded by the International Code Council Foundation that taps the efforts of building safety officials, design professionals and contractors. The group helps to install ramps, lower doorknobs and complete other needed fixes, as well as to handle more complicated projects such as room additions. Michigan is the FIRST state to offer a statewide program! To submit an application for assistance, visit www.michigan.gov/dlegand click on"Project H*E*R*O" in theSpotlight Section. For futher information, contact Dan Dykstra, assistant coordinator for the Michigan Project H*E*R*O effort, at 517-241-8804 email@example.com
OperationHeroforHire.comhouses a customized online information center with examples of military-to-civilian resumes, interview tips, important links and more. You can find out how to draw parallels between skills acquired in the military and those required in civilian positions.
O*NetOnLine.comis a Website that has a specialized tool that enables veterans to align DOT or MOC codes with similar civilian jobs. Veterans can find sample job titles, tasks, skills and related occupations.
When developing your resume, be sure to list specific accolades and accomplishments from military and civilian occupations, so employers can see how skills were put in action!
The following companies make it a point to hire veterans!
1. Home Depot
2. General Electric
3. Sprint Nextel (this company has a career military vet who heads up Sprint's veteran recruitment program and they have a pay differential program, veteran support network and other military service benefits!)
10:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. every 2nd Monday of the month. Volunteers to make different items for
the V. A. Hospital. NO sewing experience necessary!
Christ the King Lutheran Church Southgate MI
VETERANS ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE DIPLOMAS!
To provide special recognition for the service of military veterans of WWII and the Korean Conflict, a 2001 Michigan law authorizes Michigan school districts to award high school diplomas to WWII and Korean veterans. The veteran must be 65 years of age, or, if deceased, have reached the age of 65 by the date of death; before graduation from high school, the veteran enlisted or was drafted into the U.S. armed forces between December 16, 1940 and December 31st, 1955 (Korean Conflict); when enlisted or drafted, the veteran was enrolled in a high school, and did not subsequently graduate from high school, the veteran was honorably discharged from the service. Contact your local school district's Superintendent's office!
Challenge Aspen has a team of talented volunteers who help those with mental (including Traumatic Brain Injuries) or physical handicaps enjoy a winter camp experience. They also have summer camps which offer art, drama, music and summer sports like fishing, swimming, horseback riding and whitewater rafting. There will be two special camps for disabled veterans and for newly injured soldiers. Scholarships are available!!!
"Veterans Independence Program" (V.I.P.) helps vets with transitional housing.
FREE Legal Services for Veterans!
If you're a veteran and could use some help from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, call 313-596-0262. The Law School is becomming the first law school in the state to offer freelegal assistance to veterans across Michigan. And rather than asking the veterans, many of
whom have disabilities, to travel to downtown Detroit for their services, the school's lawyers and law students will make house calls using an RV-turned office. Website: www.law.udmercy.edu
The James and Dorothy Stanton Foundation Scholarship, for U.S. Armed Forces veterans from the Iraq or Afghanistan wars, as well as their children and spouses, are available for those who wish to attend Macomb Community College.For information, contact the college'sFinancialAid Office at 586-445-7228. Website: www.macomb.edu
Honor Flight Michigan is a non-profit organization that is focused on sending WWII Veterans to see their Memorial in Washington DC FREE OF CHARGE! There is an urgency for this task since the national WWII memorial was not opened to the public until 2004 and the Veterans are all 80-102 years old with time running out!
Honor Flight Michigan, Inc. Pride and Honor Flight
PO Box 237 4302 Cornwell Lane
Royal Oak, MI 48068-9998 Whitmore Lake, MI 48189
Phone: 248-744-0286 Phone: 734-426-8931 OR 734-323-9800
Please see the above website to make donations towards this effort also.
Many Veterans and their dependents are not aware that there are different types of pensions available no matter how old you are!
Parents DIC: A monthly benefit paid to parents of veterans who die in service or as a result of a service-connected disability. There are qualifying income limits and the amount available is based on the parent's monthly income.
Death Pension: A monthly benefit paid to unmarried surviving spouses and dependent children of wartime veterans whose death is not due to a service-connected disability. There are qualifying income limits and the amount payable varies based on the amount of other income. There is no age limit!
Veteran Pension: Dependent on the Veteran's monthly income...designed to bring Veterans up
to a basic standard of living. There is no age limit!
Aid and Attendance Pension Benefit: Wartime veterans and surviving spouses who have in-home care or you live in nursing homes or assisted-living situations and are incapable of self-support and in need of regular personal assistance.
Available to active-duty service members as well as veterans and their spouses.The Small Business Association is making the Patriot Express loan available through its network of participating lenders across the country. These loans, which are available in amounts up to $500,000 can be used for most business purposes, including start-up, expansion, equipment purchases, working capital, inventory or business-occupied real estate purchases.
Military Reserve Economic Injury Disaster Loans
Up to $1.5 million that can be used to help reservists prepare their businesses before they leave.
They can also be used to help manage their businesses while they are gone.
"Returning Veterans Tuition Assistance"
Western Michigan University
Phone: 269-387-4115 Brenda Hamlyn
Offers veterans a free semester following their discharge or leave from active-duty.
It will cover tuition charges not covered by other tuition-specific programs. A Veteran should apply within 6 months of his/her deployment and must begin taking classes within the six-month period.
If the student is applying for a summer session, they can defer the RVTA to the Fall semester if they would like to. You can receive the RVTA only ONE time. Vets MUST be eligible for VA benefits.
This charitable, nonprofit group helps wounded servicepeople through an innovative wellness program based on the sport of scuba-diving. Injured soldiers and their family members experience the theraputic freedom of diving in a safe pool setting.
Uncle Sam Program
Optometric Institute and Clinic of Metropolitan Detroit
The "Uncle Sam Program" will cover a percentage (up to 100%) of the cost for eye examination and ophthalmic materials, based on individual cases, for military veterans. No referral is necessary by those requiring care and only proof of military service is required for service.
Veterans who served in Operation Eduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom can apply for these scholarships.
Veterans who need Disability Ramps for their homes, can apply to receive one FREE thru the V.A. no matter their age or the reason they became disabled. You must have an examination by a V.A. doctor in order to receive a prescription and ramp from the V.A.
A nationwide project of the V.A. designed to assist homeless veterans in obtaining transitional support for re-entry into community life. Those eligible include homeless vets in shelters or on the streets with discharge other than dishonorable. If in service after 1980, must have served for at least 24 months active-duty, except vets who served in the Persian Gulf during the war.
Services include: Medical and psychiatric evaluations, education and counseling in health care/veteran benefits/substance abuse/and social integration, assistance for vets applying for VA compensation and pension or VA disability, referrals for transitional housing, follow-up services at the VA Medical Center, case management, information about the Dept. of Veterans Affairs and community resources.
Veterans and their family that care for them, are entitled to FREE Respite Care each year! The Veteran MUST have been in the military during wartime (please be aware that many prior "conflicts" or "police action" wars are now classified as "wartime" so that veterans may access benefits!)
If the Veteran is being cared for at home, they are entitled to 30 HOURS of free respite per year....this may be taken in any increment. A few days at once, several hours a day, etc. If the Veteran is being cared for in a nursing home or Assisted-Living, they are entitled to 30 DAYS each year. Please call 734-769-7100 in order to apply for these benefits!
Michigan Wood Carvers Association Eagle Cane Project
About 300 members of the Michigan Wood Carvers Association are donating their time to make Eagle head cane toppers on canes for injured veterans. The tradition of giving canes to wounded soldiers dates to the Civil War.While some state carving groups will give canes only to soldiers with combat injuries or who have received Purple Hearts, the Michigan association has made canes for military members with noncombat injureis. They also want to honor soldiers who have been killed during the war, though they haven't had any requests yet. The canes have carved eagle heads and the soldier's story is burned onto the shaft, such as the soldier's name, rank and unit, date of injury and the names of the artisans who made the cane.They also affix decals of the American flag, the Purple Heart and the branches of the military.
This organization recognizes Army vets and current service members, including those in the Reserve and National Guard. Anyone can nominate a veteran. The program also provides a way for active-duty soldiers to acknowledge the people who have supported them, including parents, spouses and employers. Recipients receive a pin, certificate and a letter of thanks.
Offers several programs such as Homes For the Wounded, Kids Camps, Family SupportNetwork, and Emergency Financial Aid (paysfor utilities, mortgage & rent, groceries, car payments including deposits and repairs, home repairs, air travel & lodging, school supplies & clothing, medical bills & co-pays and loans).
Service dogs for deaf & disabled Americans including theCanines for Combat Vetsprogram.
Look under the "Disabled Resources" webpage for many more similiar programs!
Allen Park Martial Arts Center
7318 Park Ave.
Allen Park MI 48101
Dr. Matthew Gonzalez, a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist owns the Center and wants to use his business as a way to alleviate some of the stress experienced by children of Vets. The center will provide martial arts scholarships to children (ages 3 to 14) of soldiers serving in Iraq or Afghanistanwho have died or become significantly disabled as a direct result of combat deployment.
The Freedom Team Salute Campaign gives active-duty soldiers a chance to commend veterans, plus honor their spouses, parents and other family members or anyone who has supported them, such as a local Pastor (Members of the National Guard and Army Reserve can commend their employers as well). Also, any American can nominate either a living discharged veteran for his
or her service to the country or as an Army supporter. Freedom Team Salute offers an Ambassadors program for getting people involved at the local level, and it recently expanded efforts to work with various veterans organizations.
Former Marines Peggy & Chris Carr of Mason Neck, VA have established this service that connects Purple Heart veterans with homeowners who will donate a week at their vacation properties for free!
MOBILE COUNSELING CENTERS
The first of a fleet of 50 new mobile counseling centers for the Dept. of Veterans Affairs-Vet Center program, was put into service with the remainder scheduled to be activated over the next three months. Each vehicle will be assigned to one of VA's existing Vet Centers, enabling the center to improve access to counseling by bringing services closer to veterans. One of these new mobile counseling centers will be based in Escanaba. The 38-foot motor coaches, which have spaces for confidential counseling, will carry Vet Center counselors and outreach workers to events and activities to reach veterans in broad geographic areas, supplementing VA's 232 current Vet Centers, which are scheduled to increase to 271 facilities by the end of 2009. Vet Centers, operated by VA's Readjustment Counseling Service, provide non-medical readjustment counseling in easily accessible, consumer-oriented facilities, addressing the social and economic dimensions of post-war needs. This includes psychological counseling for traumatic military-related experiences and family counseling when needed for the veteran's readjustment.
IMPROVED VA HOME LOAN PROGRAM FOR VETS
Veterans with conventional home loans now have new options for refinancing to a Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA) guaranteed home loan. These new options are available as a result of the Veteran's Benefits Improvement Act of 2008, which the President signed into law on Oct. 10th, 2008. For more information, or to obtain help from a VA Loan Specialist, veterans may call VA
The V.A. is reaching out to veterans--both those who use the home-loan guaranty program and those who don't--to take advantage of their guaranties to keep people in their home. To obtain help from a VA financial counselor, veterans can call VA toll-free at 1-877-827-3792. Information about VA's home loan guaranty program can be obtained at www.homeloans.va.gov.
The Social Security Commission expeditates Social Security claims (beginning 10-1-2001)
Anyone who's had active-duty service prior to January 2002 and planning for retirement, qualifies for a higher Social Security payment because of your military service if you were active-duty anytime from 1940-through 2001 (the program was done away with in January 2002). More info can be found at http://www.ssa.gov/retire2/military.htm. This is something to put in your files for when you apply for Social Secuirty down the road. It is NOT just for retirees BUT for anyone who has served on active-duty prior to January 2002. THIS BENEFIT IS NOT AUTOMATIC, YOU MUST ASK FOR IT!
For families of those servicemembers who gave their life for their county, an organization around the country (including Detroit) that provides a fun-filled vacation for the children of these veterans.
Wives of fallen service members can connect through the Metro Detroit Chapter of Gold StarWives of America, Inc. at 586-777-1649 or by going to www. GoldStarWives.org
All Monroe County MI Veterans and their families:
Vietnam Veterans of America, Monroe County Chapter 142 is offering Cemetery plots/gravesites
at Roselawn Cemetary in LaSalle, MI for any United States veteran. A veteran is any man or woman 17 or older who served or was currently serving in the U.S. military at the time of his/her death or had received an Honorable or General Discharge from said service. To receive the plot/gravesite, the following conditions must be met: #1. The veteran must be deceased. #2 There must be proof of U.S. military service (DD-214), #3 The family must show proof of residency in Monroe County at the time of entry into the service or proof of residency immediately after discharge from service and #4. The family must express/show a need for the gravesite/plot due to financial hardship. Although the actual site would be donated a no-cost for the veteran, Roselawn Cemetery does charge a fee for opening/closing of gravesites which would have to be paid by the veterans family. These sites do NOT have the ability to allow for a spouse or loved one to be buried next to them, so these sites are primarily for single, divorced or no spouse or family member co-located site needed. If all four of these conditions can be met, please contact Larry Richterat 734-735-9646 OR 734-242-0841 for further details.
Veterans and civilian support staff who have served in Iraq or Afghanistan and are now returning to civilian life, tackling job or career problems, or struggling with depression and anxiety, may find help through Eastern Michigan University's free counseling services. Services also can be extended to family members. Counseling is provided by advanced graduate students. Faculty, who are licensed professional counselors and psychologists, will supervise all counseling. Call 734-487-4410. Website: www.emich.edu
Oakland University graduate students also provide free counseling through the School of Education and Human Services Counseling Center in Pawley Hall at the Auburn Hills campus, 2200 Squirrel Road. Call 248-370-2633. Website: www.oakland.edu
Countless veterans life-threatening illnesses that are a result of exposure to asbestos, a material that was commonly used in hundreds of military applications, products, and ships primarily because of its resistance to fire. Unfortunately, asbestos diseases are not always recognized by the VA. The Mesothelioma Center is a leader in information on asbestos exposure and mesothelioma doctors.
The Mesothelioma Center provides a complete list of occupations, ships, and shipyards that could have put our Veterans at risk for developing asbestos-related diseases. In addition, they have thousands of articles regarding asbestos and mesothelioma and they have even created a veterans-specific section on their website in order to help inform veterans about the dangers of asbestos exposure.
Represents a leading Internet resource for info about mesothelioma and a U.S. Navy veteran. Countless veterans were exposed to asbestos while aboard naval ships, while repairing military vehicles and aircraft and while residing in aging military housing. Troops currently serving in Iraq are also at risk of asbestos exposure. The website contains information on veteran-specific hospitals and medical centers and a database of medical & legal resources for veterans.
Soldiers returning home can have a hard time adjusting to civilian life but there are organizations that can help!
One such organization is Buddy-to-Buddy which partners returning soldiers with men and women who have already made the transition. You can get help for either yourself or a soldier you know by calling 1-888-22-BUDDY or 1-888-822-8339.
Apartmemts for Homeless Vets Opens In Detroit!
Southwest Solutions in Detroit has opened a four-story, 150 apartment building in Detroit to provide long-term housing and care for homeless veterans, both male and female. Married couples may also apply but no children are taken. The apartments are called Piquette Square
and are located at 285 Piquette in Detroit. To apply for an apartment or housing assistance, call 313-841-3727 and ask for Patrica Harris. For more information, visit www.swsol.org.
The Veterans Task Force of the S.E. Michigan Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church inAmerica is a growing network of community agencies, houses of faith, caring individuals and members of the military working & praying together to respond to the needs of returning troops, veterans and their families. The V.T.F. goals are to mobilize local faith centers and communities
to provide assistance to returning trooops and their families as they transition from combat duty to civilian life. For more information contact:
Veterans living in Michigan are now eligible to get a complimentary certificate for burial space in a private cemetery in advance of need at no charge for the property. The number of spaces allocated for veterans is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis in advance of need only. Applications will be processed in the order they are received. Veterans or members of their household who already own property at one of the Midwest Memorial Group's participating cemetaries are not eligible. There is a limit of one certificate per household.
The participating cemeteries are:
ACACIA Park Cemetary
31300 Southfield Road, Beverly Hills MI 48025
CADILLAC MEMORIAL GARDENS EAST
38425 Garfield Road, Westland MI 48185
CADILLAC MEMORIAL GARDENS WEST
34224 Ford Road, Westland MI 48185
FOREST LAWN MEMORIAL PARK
11851 Van Dyke Avenue, Detroit MI 48234
MOUNT HOPE MEMORIAL GARDENS
17840 Middlebelt Road, Livonia MI 48152
9400 W. Fort Street Detroit MI 48209
OAKLAND HILLS MEMORIAL GARDENS
43300 W. Twelve Mile Road, Novi MI 48377
1032 N. Main Street, Royal Oak MI 48067
ROSELAND PARK CEMETERY
29001 N. Woodward Ave., Berkley MI 48072
UNITED MEMORIAL GARDENS
4800 Curtis Road, Plymouth MI 48170
WASHTENONG MEMORIAL PARK
3771 Whitmore Lake Road, Ann Arbor MI 48105
Some military families may qualify for the expanded Department of Defense HomeownersAssistance Program. Congress approved $855 million in funding to reimburse service members
for part of their loss from selling their home (during this recession) assist them if they don't have funds from the sale to pay off the mortgage, purchase homes or provide assistance in the event of a default, according to the program website:http://hap.usace.army.mil/Eligibility.html.
First there must be an announcement of a base closing or realignment action that affects your community. Then a determination must be made that real estate values have dropped as a direct result of the base closing or realignment announcement. The assistance is available to military personnel who bought homes before July 1st, 2006 and were reassigned between Feb. 1st, 2006 and Sept. 30th, 2010. The applicant must be a military service member (including the Coast Guard) OR federal civilian employee assigned at or near the location announced for closure or realignment.
The Million Veteran Program, sponsored by the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Research and Development, has a $19.8 million budget to research how genes affect the health and illnesses of those who have served in the Armed Forces. They hope to customize treatments for conditions that affect Veterans and study whether there are underlying genetic factors that contribute to disorders. More than 25,000 vets have signed up so far and the VA hopes to hit the 1 million mark within seven years. Volunteers must provide blood samples and complete health questionnaires at one of the nation's 40 VA health centers. The samples are tested for DNA and other genetic characteristics. Procedures are in place to protect participants' privacy. For more information call 1-866-441-6075 toll-free.
On-leave members of the Armed Forces may use the Warren Community Center's Fitness Center for FREE! The Center is at 5460 Arden Ave., in Warren MI.