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The Department of Housing and Urban Development conducts a count of homeless persons in the United States in January, annually.
This year, the count will take place on Wednesday, 28 January in Wisconsin. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, the Honorable James Rodriquez, has asked for the assistance of National Guard and Reserve Service […]Continue Reading →
Free Legal Advice to Veterans and their Families in regards for:
Appointments are taken on a first-come, first serve basis, but walk-ins are welcome.
View Dryhootch Flyer for additional information.
Dryhootch is a nonprofit 501c3 organization formed by combat Veterans to help […]Continue Reading →
The Wisconsin National Guard (WI NG) Child and Youth Program is recruiting military connected teens between the age of 13-17 years to be members of the WI NG Youth Advisory Board. We are looking for military teens with strong leadership abilities to act as the liaison between military youth in the state and leadership. If […]Continue Reading →
All thunderstorms are dangerous. Every thunderstorm produces lightning. While lightning fatalities have decreased over the past 30 years, lightning continues to be one of the top three storm-related killers in the United States. In 2010 there were 29 fatalities and 182 injuries from lightning. Although most lightning victims survive, people struck by lightning often report […]Continue Reading →
This month the Wisconsin Employment Resource Connection (WERC) assisted its 500th participant in finding meaningful employment. It is a distinct honor to help service members and families’ transition from active duty service to finding a career path that is significant to them. This process can be daunting if you are alone and don’t know where […]Continue Reading →
Military Family Assistance Centers (FACs) were formed to provide a geographically dispersed network to provide information, resources, referrals, and outreach for our service members of all military branches and their families throughout their deployment cycle.
When a loved one is deployed, family members are affected. Issues may occur that require assistance to find appropriate resources. […]Continue Reading →