VETERAN RESOURCES
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Wayne County Veteran Services Office
Grand Park Centre Building 
28 W. Adams  Suite #1710
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone:  313-224-5045
Website:  www.waynecounty.com
Monday-Friday  9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
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Detroit Veterans Center 
4161 Cass Ave.
Detroit, MI  48201 
Phone:  313-831-6509
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Dearborn Veterans Center
19855 W. Outer Drive  Suite 105 
Dearborn, MI  48124
Phone: 313-277-1428

Lenawee County Dept. of Veteran Affairs 
1040 S. Winter   Suite 3017
Adrian, MI  49221 
Phone: 517-264-5335
Website: https://www.lenawee.mi.us/529/Veterans-Affairs

Macomb County Veterans Services 
Verkuilen Building
21885 Dunham  Suite 3
Clinton Township, MI  48036
Phone: 586-469-5315
Website: https://vets.macombgov.org/Vets-Home
Most services require an appointment, please call for more 
Information. M- F 8:30 a.m. to Noon and 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Monroe Department of Veterans Affairs
965 S. Raisinville 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-240-3287
Website: https://www.co.monroe.mi.us/officials_and_
departments/departments/veterans_affairs/index.php
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Bedford Township Veterans Center 
760 W. Temperance 
Temperance, MI  48182
Phone: 734-224-7032 
Website:  www.bedfordtwpvets.com 
Serves Veterans and their families who live in or are from the 
Bedford area. Provides application assistance for benefits, 
transportation, auto repair, utilities, housing and educational 
opportunities. VA Representative available twice per month 
by appointment. Offers food/household pantry, family support 
and support meetings, peer-to-peer service connected PTSD 
support, housing resources, job mentorships and training 
opportunities. Welcome Homes, active duty support, referrals 
and cafe. 

Oakland County Veteran's Services 
1511 Crooks   Entrance B
Troy, MI  48084
Phone:  248-655-1250
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1200 N. Telegraph  Bldg. 26E
Pontiac, MI  48341
Email:  veteran-services@oakgov.com 
Website:  https://www.oakgov.com/veterans/Pages/default.aspx

Washtenaw County Veterans Services 
Physical Location:
2155 Hogback 
Ann Arbor, MI  48108 
Phone:  734-973-4540
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 8645
Ann Arbor, MI  48107-8645 
Website: https://www.washtenaw.org/959/Veterans-Affairs


Social Work Services by Department Of Veterans Affairs (VA) 
Veterans Health Administration (VHA)
1500 Weiss 
Saginaw, MI  48602
Website:  https://www.socialwork.va.gov
Social work services are an integral part of your overall health care. Social Workers are available 
to assist you in a variety of settings to include the primary care clinic, during hospitalization, at 
Emergency Department visits, in mental health and rehabilitation units, and upon enrollment in 
specialty medical programs to name a few. We want to assist you, your family members, and 
Caregivers in resolving housing, finance, mood, relationship, and physical limitation issues in 
individual, group, or family treatment, whichever suits your needs. We work with both VHA and 
community programs, linking you to resources and services in support of your treatment goals.


DISABILITY & MEDICAL ISSUES: 

Having problems receiving your Disability benefits?

VA Regional Office / Veterans Benefit Section
Patrick V. McNamara Federal Bldg.                                                                 
477 Michigan Ave.  Room #1200                                                               
Detroit, MI  48226         
Phone:  800-827-1000        
Website:  www.vba.va.gov  
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John D. Dingell VA Medical Center 
4646 John R 
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone:  313-576-1000        
Website:  www.detroit.va.gov
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 go to the the John D. Dingell 
VAMC in Detroit and also see certified Service Officers that can help. The Veteran's Benefits Admin-
istration sends 2 people to this hospital twice a month as well on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of every 
month!  
NOTE:
Blue Water Navy Veterans’ disability claims to be decided beginning Jan.1, 2020! Did you serve in the 
offshore waters of the Republic of Vietnam between Jan. 9, 1962, and May 7, 1975? If so, then you’re 
considered a Blue Water Navy (BWN) Veteran. On Jan.1st, 2020, the Blue Water Navy Act of 2019 goes 
into effect and extends the presumption of herbicide exposure, such as Agent Orange, to BWN Veterans 
who served as far as 12 nautical miles from the shore of Vietnam and have since developed one of 14 
conditions related to exposure.

Veterans Integrated Service Network
(VISN) 11
PO Box 134002
Ann Arbor, MI  48113
Phone:  734-930-5950
Website:  www.va.gov

Brain Injury Association of MI
7305 Grand River   Suite #100
Brighton, MI  48114 
Phone: 810-229-5880  800-444-6443    800-772-4323  Veterans Toll-Free 
Website: www.biami.org
Services Offered: 
EDUCATION:
Our Continuing Education Series offers specific conferences, webinars, and events throughout 
the year that educate communities and professionals on brain injury.
ADVOCACY:  
We work vigorously alongside our provider network to establish, protect and preserve the laws, 
policies and systems that comprise the very foundation of Michigan's robust network of brain 
injury care.
SUPPORT: 
We provide critical assistance and community involvement opportunities for brain injury survivors 
and family members on a grassroots level through the monthly meetings of our 20 chapters and 
support groups across the state.  

Defense & Veterans Brain Injury Center
1335 East-West Highway   Suite 5-100
Silver Springs, MD  20910
Phone: 800-870-9244     
Website: www.dvbic.org
DVBIC's mission is to serve active-duty military, their beneficiaries, and veterans with traumatic brain 
injury through state-of-the-science clinical care, innovative clinical research initiatives and educational 
programs, and support for force health protection services. DVBIC fulfills this mission through ongoing 
collaboration with the Department of Defense (DoD), military services, Department of Veterans Affairs 
(VA), civilian health partners, local communities, families and individuals with TBI. At 18 sites supported 
by a Washington, D.C-area headquarters, DVBIC treats, supports, trains and monitors service members, 
veterans, family members and providers who have been, or care for those who are, affected by traumatic 
brain injury.

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.
Website: https://www.va.gov/homeless/for_women_veterans.asp

Mesothelioma Lawyer Center
Website: https://www.mesotheliomalawyercenter.org
The professional Mesothelioma Lawyer Center provides educational materials and legal council for 
veterans affected by mesothelioma.They also help locate some of the most reputable and reliable 
mesothelioma attorneys based on your location history and work experience. For more information 
on their advocacy efforts or for additional legal documents, please visit their website or fill out their 
contact form located at https://www.mesotheliomalawyercenter.org/contact-us


COUNSELING RESOURCES:

Veterans Crisis Line
Phone: 800-273-8255     TEXT:  838255
Website:  www.veteranscrisisline.net
The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, 
caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online 
chat, or text. Veterans and their loved ones can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1, chat online, or 
send a text message to 838255 to receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 
days a year.Support for deaf and hard of hearing individuals is available. 

Mission 22
Website:  www.mission22.com
Mission 22 is funding Veterans to get treatment for PTS, TBI and other issues they are facing when 
they need it the most, right now. If you or someone you know needs support, please contact us today!

Buddy-to-Buddy 
Stephanie Zarb
Traverwood 3
2025 Traverwood, Suite C    
Ann Arbor, MI  48105
Phone: 734-998-5829   888-22-BUDDY    888-822-8339
Email: szarb@umich.edu 
Website: http://buddytobuddy.org 
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Landon Dupee
Volunteer Veteran 
Phone:  734-548-2460
Email:  ldupeeb2b@gmail.com 
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Main Website 
http://outreach.umich.edu/programs/buddy-to-buddy-volunteer-veteran-program
A peer-to-peer outreach program that trains veterans to provide peer support and linkage to needed 
resources for Post-9/11 service members and veterans.The Program was developed in partnership 
with the Michigan Army National Guard to meet the unique needs and challenges faced by Citizen 
Soldiers and Reservists. 
Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BuddytoBuddyProgram.
Get help with: 

W2SM / Warrior to Soul Mate Program 
Chaplain Service 
Detroit VA Healthcare System
Detroit, MI 
Phone: 313-576-3362
A new program that provides hope and renewal to relationships impacted by military service, deployments 
and war. It provides a safe and healing environment for Veterans to renew and reconnect with their signifi-
cant other through the teaching of communication skills. This program is supported by Practical Application 
of Intimate Relationship Skills (PAIRS) curriculum.  PAIRS is a research validated and educational approach 
to creating and sustaining positive relationships. Workshops are offered on weekends and provide commun-
ication skills to enhance emotional intimacy and bonding within the relationship. 

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 psycholo-
gists, will supervise all counseling. 
Phone:  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.  
Phone:  248-370-2633.    Website:  www.oakland.edu


EDUCATION RESOURCES: 

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 vet-
erans. A 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!

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 post- secondary education institution in MI. Information and 
application forms are available from your county Veterans Affairs office or on the Internet at 
http://www.va.gov

Wayne State University: 
Patrick Hannah, Supervisor
Student Veteran Resource Center 
5211 Gullen Mall, Suite 687
Detroit, MI  48202
Phone: 313-577-4753
Email:  Eb6536@wayne.edu
Website:  www.omvae.wayne.edu

"Returning Veterans Tuition Assistance"
Western Michigan University
Veteran's Dept.
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.

Horatio Alger Scholarships
90 Cama; Cemter Plaza  #320
Alexandria, VA  22314
Phone: 703-684-9444
Website: https://www.horatioalger.org
One Scholarship. Endless Opportunities.
As one of the nation's largest need-based privately-funded college scholarship providers, the Horatio 
Alger Association assists high school students who have faced and overcome great obstacles to pur-
sue their dreams through higher education. While many scholarship programs primarily recognize 
academic achievement or leadership potential, the Horatio Alger Scholarship Program awards students 
who have exhibited determination, integrity and perseverance  in overcoming adversity, as well as critical 
financial need.

The most underused state benefit in Michigan is the Children of Veterans Tuition Grant. This grant provides 
undergraduate tuition assistance to students ages 17-25 who are the natural or adopted child of a Michigan 
veteran. The veteran must have died or have become totally and permanently disabled as a result of military 
service. The families of our veterans are just as important to us as our Veterans, which is why we want to 
ensure that they take advantage of all of their benefits. For more information visit 
https://www.michigan.gov/mistu…/0,4636,7-372–481212–,00.html. or call 1-800-MICH-VET

The James and Dorothy Stanton Foundation Scholarship, for U.S. Armed Forces veterans from the Iraq or 
Afghanistan wars, as well as their children & spouses, are available for those who wish to attend Macomb 
Community College. For information, contact the college's Financial Aid Office at 586-445-7228.     
Website:  www.macomb.edu


EXERCISE RESOURCES----FREE!!

Victory Gym and Veterans Health Club 
23156 King 
Brownstown, MI  48183 
Phone:  734-984-7040
Email:  victorygym22@gmail.com 
Website:  www.victorygymvhc.org 
Conquering PTSD Through Physical Activity, Peer Support and Connection. FREE to Veterans and First 
Responders such as Police, Fire, Rescue, Corrections, etc. 

RUCKING DETROIT EVERY SUNDAY!
Meet Here:
Bobcat Bonnies      10 a.m. to 12 p.m 
1800 Michigan Ave. 
Detroit, MI  48126
Email:  Mike.Przybylo@teamrwb.org  Eagle Leader contact 
Website:  www.teamwrb.org 
Team RWB's mission: 
To enrich the lives of America's Veterans by connecting them to the community through physical and 
social activity. Join Team RWB and 22 Unitl None for a stroll in Downtown Detroit. Feel free to bring a 
ruck with any weight or no weight at all, YOU decide! We plan to ruck 4 to 6 miles. We will start and 
finish at Bobcat Bonnie's in Detroit. 

RUCKING MACOMB COUNTY EVERY SECOND SATURDAY!   
Meet Here: 
AMVETS Post 52
51285 County Line 
New Baltimore, MI  48047
Email: Macombcountyveterannavigator@gmail.com  William Schranz 
Team RWB's mission: 
To enrich the lives of America's Veterans by connecting them to the community through physical and 
social activitiy. Every second Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Join fellow veterans and allies for a stroll 
in Macomb County. Feel free to bring a ruck with any weight or no weight at all. You Decide! We ruck 4 
to 6 miles and grab lunch together afterward. Dress for the weather as we will be rucking in all climate 
conditions.  


HOUSING RESOURCES FOR THE DISABLED VETERAN: 

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS SPECIALLY ADAPTED HOUSING (SAH) GRANT
Detroit Regional Benefit Office
Patrick V. McNamara Federal Building, 12th floor
477 Michigan Ave.
Detroit, MI  48226
Phone: 800-827-1000
Website: https://www.benefits.va.gov/homeloans/adaptedhousing.asp
The VA’s Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) Grant helps veterans with certain service-connected 
disabilities live independently in a barrier-free environment and can be used in a variety of ways:
​INCOME GUIDELINES:
There are no income guidelines listed on the website.
AREA OF AVAILABILITY:
National
TYPES OF REPAIRS:
Repairs related to making a home suitable for specially adapted housing.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
If you are a service member or veteran with the following types of permanent and total
service-connected disabilities, you may be entitled to a (SAH) grant:
● Loss of or loss of use of both legs,
● Loss of or loss of use of both arms,
● Blindness in both eyes having only light perception, plus loss of or loss of use of one leg,
● Loss of or loss of use of one leg together with the loss of or loss of use of one arm,
● Certain severe burns, or
● Loss of or loss of use of one or more lower extremities due to service on or after Sept. 11, 2011, which 
so affects the functions of balance or propulsion as to prevent moving about without the aid of braces, 
crutches, canes, or a wheelchair.The home must be owned by an eligible individual. A maximum of three 
grants, up to a maximum dollar amount, is allowed per individual.
HOW TO APPLY: 
To apply for a grant, fill out and submit VA Form 26-4555 Application in Acquiring Specially Adapted
Housing or Special Home Adaptation Grant. You can access this form by applying via
www.ebenefits.va.gov, by downloading the form and mailing it to the nearest Regional Loan Center,
by calling VA toll free at 1-800-827-1000 to have a claim form mailed to you, or by visiting the
nearest VA regional office.

Homes for Our Troops
6 Main 
Taunton, MA  02780
Phone:  866-7-TROOPS (866-787-6677)
Website: https://www.hfotusa.org/?_ga=2.222183256.1334824358.1507407324-81332726.1507407324 
OUR MISSION:
To build and donate specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post-9/11 Veterans, 
to enable them to rebuild their lives.

Stephen Siller TOWER TO TUNNEL FOUNDATION 
2361 Hylan Blvd. 
Staten Island, NY  10306
Phone: 718-987-1931
Email: Info@Tunnel2Towers.org
Website:  https://tunnel2towers.org
THE GOLD STAR FAMILY HOME PROGRAM 
Launched in September 2018, honors the legacy of those made the ultimate sacrifice while serving our 
country. The Foundation will provide a 100 percent mortgage-free home to surviving spouses with young
children.The Foundation is committed to raising $250 million to provide 1,000 homes to Gold Star Families.
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SMART HOMES 
Are you a Veteran with a severe service-connected disability that affects your mobility? The Stephen Siller 
Tunnel to  Towers Foundation builds mortgage-free smart homes for our most catastrophically injured ser-
vice members. Each home is custom designed to address the unique needs of each individual. Smart homes 
host a myriad of features such as automated doors and lighting, wider halls and doorways, special showers 
to accommodate wheelchairs, automatic door openers, cabinets, counters, and stove tops that can be raised 
and lowered, back-up generators, and central heating and air conditioning systems that can be controlled by 
tablets.These homes enable our most severely injured heroes live better, more independent lives.
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FALLEN FIRST RESPONDER HOME PROGRAM 
The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation is committed to ensuring we never forget the events of 9/11 
and the sacrifices that were made and continue to be made by our first responders in the line of duty.Through 
the Fallen First Responder Home Program, Tunnel to Towers aims to pay off the mortgage on the family home 
of every law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty that leaves behind young children. It is the Founda-
tion’s mission to provide these families with the stability and security that they so desperately need. By lifting 
this financial burden, promising their home will be theirs forever, we hope to offer some relief when tragedy 
strikes.

Military Warriors Support Foundation 
211 N. Loop 1604 E #25
San Antonio, TX  78232
Phone: 210-615-8973
Website:  https://militarywarriors.org
We award mortgage-free homes to combat wounded veterans and to unmarried Gold Star spouses whose 
loved ones were Killed-In-Action.
Who Can Apply?
1. Must be a combat wounded veteran (Purple Heart recipient given priority) from any American conflict 
    or be an unmarried spouse of a veteran who was KIA during combat or combat training during any 
    American conflict.
2. Must be honorably retired or separated from the military. (Those with compelling situations, whom are
    still active, but scheduled to retire, or separate, from the military within 90 days, may be considered)
3. Must intend to use this home as your Primary Residence. (Priority will be given to applicants who do 
    not currently have a mortgage. Applicants with mortgages may still be considered, on a case by case 
    basis)


HOUSING RESOURCES: 

U.S. Dept. of Veteran Affairs 
Phone: 877-424-3838  available 24/7
Website:  www.va.gov/homeless 
Access services for homeless and at-risk Veterans 

Central Office (Oakland County)
196 Cesar E. Chavez Ave.       
P.O. Box 430598
Pontiac, MI  48343-0598
Phone: 248-209-2600     800-482-9250 Toll-Free
Email: info@olhsa.org
Website: http://www.olhsa.org
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OLHSA  (Livingston County)
2300 E. Grand River  Suite 107
Howell, MI  48843-7574
Phone: 517-546-8500
Email: livingston@olhsa.org
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OLHSA  (Madison Heights)
711 W. 13 Mile 
Madison Heights, MI  48071
Phone: 248-209-2600    800-482-9250   Toll-Free 
Email: info@olhsa.org
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Mobile Welcome Center Locations
Commuity Sharing Outreach Center
5061 Duck Lake 
Highland Charter Twp., MI  4835
&
Holly
920 Baird 
Holly, MI  48442
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Novi Public Library
45255 Ten Mile 
Novi, MI  48375
Dates: Tuesdays
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Oxford Villages Offices
22 W. Burdick S
Oxford, MI  48371
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Salem-South Lyon District Library
9800 Pontiac Tr.
South Lyon, MI  48178
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Woodside Bible Church/Pontiac Dream Center
830 Auburn Ave.
Pontiac, MI  48342
Are you or someone you may know a Veteran in need of housing or at-risk of losing permanent night-
time residence? 
OLHSA may be able to assist:
If any of the following apply, individuals may qualify for housing assistance: a DD-214 (OLHSA can assist 
with obtaining this), honorable or dishonorable discharge, service in the Reserves, homeless or at risk of 
becoming homeless. Veteran families may include a single individual or multi-person household where the 
head of household or spouse has served our country.

Community Resource and Referral Centers (CRRCs)
301 Piquette 
Detroit, MI  48201 
Phone:  313-576-1580   877-484-3838  Toll-Free 
Provides Veterans who are homeless and at-risk of homelessness with one-stop access to community-based, 
multi-agency services to promote permanent housing, health and mental health care, career development and 
access to VA and non-VA benefits. 

Piquette Square Apartments                       
285 Piquette 
Detroit, MI  
Phone: 313-841-3727
Website:  www.swsol.org 
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.   

Gary L. Miles Veteran's Home 
Miles Manor Apartments 
307 Salliotte 
Ecorse, MI  48229
Phone: 313-389-2700
A Senior housing apartment complex designed for homeless male veterans aged 55 and older. The Home 
will help provide a place for our homeless veterans who have served honorably. 

VETERANS RETURNING HOME
17955 E 11 Mile 
Roseville, MI  48066
Phone: 586-285-5606
Email:  info@vetsreturninghome.org 
Website: https://www.vetsreturninghome.org
The goal of Vets Returning Home is simple: to end chronic homelessness among veterans in our communities. 
Our mission is complex, requiring more than putting a roof over the veterans’ heads. It requires an approach 
that address the “total veteran” and his needs and making sure they succeed after they are transitioned. We 
are a volunteer operated 11,000 square foot facility with 43 beds and commercial kitchen. 6 of the 43 beds are 
dedicated to females only. We provide a stable and sober living environment to veterans in crisis. Onsite ser-
vices including employment readiness training, aid with job placement, disability benefit connection, legal 
support and life skills training. Community support both physical and financial has been vital to our ability
to continue our mission. Vets Returning home receives NO government funding. We have successfully tran-
sitioned on average 250 veterans a year back into society as a fully functioning community member.

Michigan Ability Partners
Ann Arbor Office
3810 Packard  Suite 260
Ann Arbor, MI  48108 
Phone:  734-975-6880
&
604 Greenwood Place
Jackson, MI  49203
Phone:  517-841-5780
Email:  info@mapagency.org
Website https://www.mapagency.org
Permanent Supportive Housing  
MAP maintains housing stability for the chronically homeless by offering subsidized rent and long-term 
case management services. MAP owns and operates seven properties, and continues to develop afford-
able housing. Participants eligible for this program are homeless, low-income, and have a documented 
disability.
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Rapid Re-Housing      
Rapid Re-Housing helps individuals experiencing homelessness quickly locate and obtain housing, and 
provides short-term rental assistance.Participants receive case management services to help them stab-
ilize in their new home. MAP creates strong relationships with local landlords who work with us to serve 
those with housing barriers. 
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Supportive Services for Veteran Families
To procure and retain housing for homeless Veterans, MAP provides:
•    Affordable housing help through payment of application fees, security deposits 
     and move-in costs
•    Short-term rental subsidy
•    Access to job training and placement services
Through temporary financial assistance and other supportive services, this program helps individual 
Veterans and Veterans with families find stability in their new housing and self-sufficiency as they work 
towards financial independence. 

Veteran Haven of Hope House
809 Henry 
Ann Arbor, MI  48105 
Phone: 734-668-8353
Website: www.sawashtenaw.org
The Salvation Army of Washtenaw County's Veterans Program works jointly with the Veteran Affairs Ann Arbor
Homeless Outreach to offer this two-year transitional housing program housing up to 11 veterans at one time.

Monroe Community Opportunity Program (M.C.O.P.)
1040 S. Telegraph
Monroe, MI 48161
Phone: 734-241-2775 
Website: https://monroecountyop.org/homeless-programs.html
Depending on qualification, the Rental Assistance Program can help with up to 3 months of rent. Several 
guidelines apply for those who qualify. It is required for individuals to fill out a state of emergency relief 
(SER) form through the Department of Human Services (DHS), then receive a decision notice. Individuals 
must have proof of income to show sustainability as well as a late notice or eviction notice.
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Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) is a program that offers housing assistance to low-income 
veterans to prevent eviction and to assist homeless veterans moving into an apartment.Those who qualify 
also will receive case management, access to personal financial planning,health care referrals, and benefits 
assistance


HOMELESS RESOURCES 

U.S. Dept. of Veteran Affairs 
Phone: 877-424-3838  available 24/7
Website:  www.va.gov/homeless 
Access services for homeless and at-risk Veterans 

Community Resource and Referral Centers (CRRCs)
301 Piquette St. 
Detroit, MI  48201 
Phone:  313-576-1580    877-484-3838 Toll-Free 
Provides Veterans who are homeless and at-risk of homelessness with one-stop access to community-based, 
multi-agency services to promote permanent housing, health and mental health care, career development and 
access to VA and non-VA benefits. 

Health Care for Homeless Veterans
John B. Dingell VA Medical Center
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone:  313-576-1000  #3763
Contact Person:  Frances E. McGivern, Coordinator
Website:  www.detroit.va.gov
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. 

VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA    
The Veterans Housing Program has greatly expanded housing and other community resources to an under-
served population. Veterans may participate in the program for 18 months and are offered the following ser-
vices: case management, individual and group counseling, referrals for substance abuse and medical treat-
ment, budgeting assistance, job interviewing and placement and anger management. Upon graduation, after-
care services are offered for six months.  
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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
Program Coordinator
430 N. Larch 
Lansing, MI  48912
Phone: 517-484-4414, ext. 119

Domiciliary Residentail Rehabilitation Treatment Program (DRRTP)
VA Medical Center 
4646 John R   (located offsite of the VA Medical Center) 
Detroit, MI  48201
Phone: 313-576-1000
Website: www.detroit.va.gov 
An intensive residential treatment program for chronically homeless veterans to receive assistance in 
developing healthy independent living skills in order to break the pattern of homelessness. Domiciliary 
resident candidates must obtain a referral fro a VA Medical Center. 

Emmanuel House / Recovery House Program 
18570 Fitzpatrick Ct.
Detroit, MI  48228 
Phone: 313-270-4099    Hotline: 313-270-4099
&
17800 Woodward Ave. 
Detroit, MI  48203
Phone: 313-865-6136 
Substance abuse treatment / halfway house. 

Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries
150 Stinson
Detroit, MI  48226                  
Phone: 313-993-4700
Website:  www.drmm.org
"Veterans Independence Program"  (V.I.P.) helps vets with transitional housing. Must be over 18 and drug-
free for the transitional housing.   

Veteran Haven of Hope House
809 Henry 
Ann Arbor, MI  48105
Phone: 734-668-8353
Website:  https://www.canfamilies.org/veteran-services
The Veterans Haven of Hope House is a two-year transitional housing program for homeless veterans,
which provides individualized services to help transition them back into mainstream society. Veterans 
Haven of Hope House is operated by the Salvation Army of Washtenaw County.  
Services provided include:

See Veterans Haven below! 


IN-HOME  AND COMMUNITY BASED SERVICES

Free lawn care & snow removal for the families of currently deployed military personnel, and post 9/11 
disabled veterans with a service-connected disability.  To register, go to: www.projectevergreen.org, on 
the top, click on “GreenCare and Snowcare,” then click on “Contact Us for Assistance or Questions.”

Home and Community-Based Care Services are available to all Veterans who receive VA care.  
Care must be ordered by a VA provider.  The VA pays for these services!
Provides personal care services in a Veteran's home.  An aide can assist the Veteran with bathing, 
dressing, grooming, meal preparation, medication reminders, shopping and errands
Designed to relieve a caregiver from the physical and emotional burden of caring for a chronically 
ill and/or disabled Veteran in the home. 
How to Apply: 
Veteran Specialist Kimberly Willingham
VFW Life Member Post #1138 
Will assist you at NO COST with applying for this VA benefit.
Right At Home In-Home Care & Assistance 
1114 W. Front 
Monroe, MI  48161
Phone: 734-731-0988
Email:  homecare@rahsemi.com
Website:  www.rightathome.net/semich 


GENERAL RESOURCES FROM MICHIGAN-BASED ORGANIZATIONS: 

Downriver For Veterans 
P.O. Box 275   
2447 Fort 
Wyandotte, MI  48192 
Phone:  734-934-0532
Email:  contactus@downriverforveterans.org 
Website:  www.downriverforveterans.org 
We provide assistance to veterans in the downriver communities south of Detroit and north of Monroe, MI.

Love A MI Vet Project 
1515 Fort  Unit 255
Lincoln Park, MI  48146
Phone: 313-693-6556
Email:  info@loveamivet.com
Website:  www.loveamivet.com
Love a Michigan Vet Project provides numerous services to Veterans in Michigan. We work closely with four
Veterans shelters in the Detroit area. We serve dinner at one of the shelters monthly. We also service our vet-
erans with resources. One example is we have a food pantry and keep toiletries on hand. When a Veteran is 
in need, those items are available. We ship care packages overseas to those deployed. We also furnish the 
homes of Veterans when they leave the shelter. We adopt Veteran families that are in need for Thanksgiving 
and Christmas. We provide Veterans with the information on how to find resources such as counseling, em-
ployment, housing and legal aid. Anything a Veteran needs, we try to provide it.

Veterans Haven Inc.
4924 S. Wayne 
Wayne, MI  48184
Phone:  734-728-0527
Email:  vetshaven@earthlink.net
Website:  www.vetshaveninfo.org
Veterans Haven provides housing, food, clothing, medical supplies and medical equipment, education and 
employment resources. Help for Michigan disabled Veterans (including those with developmental disabilities 
and mental illness) with shelters, housing and more. Must not have a dishonorable discharge!

Macomb Veteran Action Collaborative  
Verkuilen Building Training and Conference Center 
21885 Dunham 
Clinton Township, MI 48036
Website:  http://mvac.macombgov.org/sites/default/files/content/government/mvac/pdfs/
MVAC%20Membership%20Application.pdf
MVAC MISSION
The development of a "no wrong door" system of care where veterans and their dependents receive the care 
they need and are referred to appropriate resources. MVAC meets the first Monday of every month at 9 a.m. 
In the event of the first Monday of the month is a holiday, MVAC will meet the following Monday. 


LEGAL RESOURCES:

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. 
Website:  www.law.udmercy.edu
The Law School is becoming the first law school in the state to offer free legal 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.  

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 Cen-
ters, 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 coun-
seling when needed for the veteran's readjustment. 

LAKESHORE LEGAL AID / FREE VETERAN'S SERVICES LEGAL CLINIC 
Phone:  888-783-8190 (new clients)   586-510-1814 (office)  
Website:  https://lakeshorelegalaid.org/services
Lakeshore Legal Aid’s mission is to exercise all methods of legal advocacy, training and outreach 
to empower people, provide access to the legal system, and preserve the dignity of clients. 
Lakeshore Legal Aid has 14 locations across Southeast Michigan.

NOTE: 
If you are a Veteran and have been summoned to the 28th District Court, you may be eligible to participate 
in the Downriver Regional Veterans Treatment Court. Please tell your Attorney, Judge, Magistrate, Probation 
Officer or any Court Clerk that you are a Veteran so you may be considered for the program. Call the 28th 
District Court for more details at 734-258-3068, ext. #3643. 


FOR MORE LEGAL RESOURCES, PLEASE SEE THE LEGAL RESOURCES


POST- SERVICE CAREER ASSISTANCE: 

State of Michigan Re-Employment Rights for Veterans
Phone: 800-455-5228
Website: http;//michigan.gov/veteranjobs
In 2002 the Michigan Legislature enacted a law to strengthen the Michigan law regarding re-employment 
of employees after military service. 

Pure Michigan Talent Connect-Veteran
Phone:  800-285-WORK (9675)
Email: veteranservices@michigan.gov
Website: www.mitalent.org/veteran 
Visit your local Michigan Works! service center to take advantage of co-vational counseling, education 
and training programs and job seeking assistance.Veterans receive Priority of Service and screening 
for intensive employment services. 

Compensated Work Therapy 
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
2215 Fuller 
Ann Arbor, MI  48105
Phone: 734-769-7100  #53211
Website: https://www.va.gov/HEALTH/cwt/index.asp
Our professional CWT staffs provide:
Evidence based and evidence informed vocational rehabilitation services. Partnerships with business,
industry and government agencies to provide Veteran candidates for employment and Veteran labor.
Employment supports to Veterans and employers. CWT programs strive to maintain highly responsive 
long-term quality relationships with business, government agencies, and industry promoting employ-
ment opportunities for Veterans with physical and mental health challenges. CWT programs are located 
within all VA medical centers

O*NetOnLine.com is 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.

Affirmative Action Register
Phone: 800-537-0655
Email:  aareeo@concentric.net
Website:  www.aar-eeo.com
The National EEO Recruitment Publication directed to females, minorities, Veterans, and disabled persons. 
Check this publication to find professional job openings across the country!

Patriot Express Pilot Loan 
Phone: 313-226-6075
Website:  www.sba.gob/patriotexpress
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 county.The loans, which are available in amounts up to $500,000 which can be used for 
most business purposes, including a start-up, expansion, equipment purchases, working capital, 
inventory or business-occupied real estate purchases.

Veterans Empowerment Tools (VET) Program
Jewish Vocational Service and Community Workshop 
29699 Southfield 
Southfield, MI  48076-2063
Phone:  313-833-8100  Donna Rhodes   248-449-5000 (Main) 
Email:  drhodes@jvsdet.org  Donna Rhodes
Website:  www.jvsdet.org 
Veterans with service-related disabilities are assisted in successfully re-integrating into the community.
Services provided include support groups, anger management techniques, volunteer and socialization 
activities, one-on-one support and vocational and educational counseling.
To qualify for the program, Veterans must have:
1.  At least a 10% service-related disability
2.  An open case with VA Vocational Rehabilitation Unit and Employment Chapter 31 services
3.  A direct referral to JVS from a VA counselor
Two ways to apply:
•Online at http://www.benefits.va.gov/vocrehab/index.asp
•Complete the VA application form 28-1900 and mail or drop off at the nearest veterans service center

Michigan Ability Partners
Ann Arbor Office:
3810 Packard  Suite 260
Ann Arbor, MI  48108 
Phone: 734-975-6880
&
Jackson Office:
2301 E. Michigan Ave. Suite 108
Jackson, MI  49202
Phone: 517-841-5780
Email: info@mapagency.org
Website: www.mapagency.org
MAP partners with Veterans and people who have disabilities in support of their self-directed transformation 
to self sufficiency. MAP is a private nonprofit agency located in southeast Michigan that has been creating 
opportunities for Veterans, people with disabilities, mental illness, addictions, and homelessness since 1985. 
MAP provides housing, job placement, and financial management for these at-risk individuals. Each year MAP 
assists close to 1,500 vulnerable individuals.

Michigan's Opportunities for Veterans Employment  (MOVE)
Phone: 800-455-5228
Website: http://michigan.gov/veteranjobs 
MOVE, part of the Dept. of Labor and Economic Growth, identifies,contacts and recruits veterans separating 
to Michigan 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.  

Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS) 
Lansing Main MRS Office
1048 Pierport   Suite #1
Lansing, MI  48913 
Phone: 517-241-5122    877-901-7302    517-241-3940  (TTY)
Email:  mrs-customerassistance@michigan.gov 
Website:  www.michigan.gov/mrs 
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 supp-
lement USDVA allowances for vocational rehabilitation in cases of special need or for placement, tools, 
and equipment. Employment services may also be available to veterans whose disabilities are not service-
related. 

Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan 
261 Mack Blvd. 
Detroit, MI  48201 
Phone: 313-745-1160
Website: www.rimrehab.org 
Provides vocational assistance to persons with a physical disability who are returning to work after an illness 
or injury. Services include vocational counseling, job development, and job placement.   

Helmets to Hardhats
Website:  www.helmetstohardhats.org 
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 emp-
loyers and view employment and training opportunities throughout the U.S.  

Operation Hero for Hire                                                            
Website: www.operationheroforhire.com                           
OperationHeroforHire.com houses 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.  

MARINE FOR LIFE
Website:  https://usmc-mccs.org/services/career/marine-for-life-network
Marine For Life Network (M4L) connects transitioning Marines and their family members to education resources, employment opportunities, and other Veterans services that aid in their career and life goals outside of military 
service.

For information on VetFran, the International Franchise Association program, go to www.franchise.org.  
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Website: https://www.veteranownedbusiness.com/blog/tag/center-for-veterans-enterprise


VEHICLE OR TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES:

Military Warriors Support Foundation 
211 N. Loop 1604 E #25
San Antonio, TX  78232
Phone:  210-615-8973
Website:  https://militarywarriors.org
Military Warriors Support Foundation awards payment-free vehicles to combat wounded veterans and to 
unmarried Gold Star spouses whose loved ones were Killed-In-Action.
Who Can Apply:
1. Must be a combat wounded veteran (Purple Heart recipient given priority) from any American conflict 
    or be an unmarried spouse of a veteran who was KIA during combat or combat training during any 
    American conflict
2. Must be honorably retired or separated from the military. (Those with compelling situations, whom are 
    less than 90 days from retirement or separation may be considered)
3. Must be able to obtain vehicle insurance
4. Must not have more than 1 vehicle loan


PLEASE ALSO SEE ON THIS WEBSITE UNDER LOW-COST CARS & CAR REPAIRS RESOURCES 
TRANSPORTATION RESOURCES


VETERAN HOMES IN MICHIGAN: 

Michigan Veteran Home at Chesterfield Township (MVHCT)
47901 Sugarbush 
Chesterfield Township, MI  48407
Email: DMVA-MVHCT-Admissions@michigan.gov
Website: https://www.michigan.gov/mvh

D.J. Jacobeti Michigan Home for Veterans
425 Fisher 
Marquette, MI  49855
Phone:  906-226-3576
Email: DMVA-DJJHV-Admissions@michigan.gov
Website: https://www.michiganveterans.com/p/D-J-Jacobetti-Home-for-Veterans

Grand Rapids Home for Veterans                    
3000 Monroe Ave., N.W.                                     
Grand Rapids, MI  49505                                            
Phone:  616-364-5300       
Email:  DMVA-GRHV-Admissions@michigan.gov                                   
Website: www.military.com/benefits/veteran-benefits/michigan-state-veterans-benefits


VETERAN CEMETERIES IN MICHIGAN: 

The Fort Custer National Cemetery
15501 Dickham 
Augusta, MI  49012
Phone:  269-731-4164
Website:http://www.cem.va.gov

Great Lakes National Cemetery 
Grand Mall and Office Center           
4200 Belford
Holly, MI  48442                
Phone: 1-866-348-8603    248-328-0386     Burial Arrangements:  800-535-1117
Website:  http://www.cem.va.gov/cems/nhcp/greatlakes.asp 

Midwest Memorial Group
34300 Southfield 
Beverly Hills, MI  48025
Phone: 248-646-4228
Website:  http://midwestmemorialgroup.com
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 pro-
cessed 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 cemeteries are not eligible.There is a limit of one cer-
tificate per household.  
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The participating cemeteries are:
ACACIA Park Cemetery
31300 Southfield 
Beverly Hills, MI  48025
&
CADILLAC MEMORIAL GARDENS EAST
38425 Garfield 
Westland, MI  48185
&
CADILLAC MEMORIAL GARDENS WEST
34224 Ford 
Westland, MI  48185
&
FOREST LAWN MEMORIAL PARK
11851 Van Dyke Ave.
Detroit, MI  48234
&
MOUNT HOPE MEMORIAL GARDENS
17840 Middlebelt 
Livonia, MI  48152
&
WOODMERE CEMETERY
9400 W. Fort  
Detroit, MI  48209
&
OAKLAND HILLS MEMORIAL GARDENS
43300 W. Twelve Mile 
Novi, MI  48377
&
OAKVIEW CEMETERY
1032 N. Main 
Royal Oak, MI  48067
&
ROSELAND PARK CEMETERY
29001 N. Woodward Ave.
Berkley, MI  48072
&
UNITED MEMORIAL GARDENS
4800 Curtis
Plymouth, MI  48170
&
WASHTENONG MEMORIAL PARK
3771 Whitmore Lake 
Ann Arbor, MI  48105

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. 

For more Burial Resources, please look under the COOL LINKS on the Homepage of this site 
and under BURIAL RESOURCES.  

ALSO: Check under Veteran Financial Assistance as well as Veteran Resources for Gold Star Families,
both on this website!




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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


For other Medical Supplies & Equipment, please look under DISABIED RESOURCES on this website! 



For Replacement of Discharge Documents: 
National Records Center
Phone: 314-801-0800
Website: www.archives.gov


Military OneSource
Phone: 800-342-9647
Website: www.MilitaryOneSource.mil
Offers a wide variety of resources 
and information available 24/7. 


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!