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The Wisconsin National Guard, Service Member Support Division, Child and Youth Program is excited to announce registration for campers and volunteers is now open for Badger Youth Camp 2016.

Volunteers

Do you have a passion for working with military youth? Do you enjoy volunteering in fun hand-on settings? If so, we are looking for […]

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Don’t miss this opportunity for a weekend of fun and engaging military youth activities, focused on individual growth through enhancing resilience and team‐building skills

Registration for youth, ages 8 to 17, opens 15 April 2016

“Call for Volunteers” to be announced 15 April 2016

Youth Camp 2016 – Save the Date Flyer

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Did you know…. Of Soldiers age 18-24, 19% meet the criteria for alcohol dependence. Follow the low-risk guidelines to ensure you do not face negative consequences like alcohol dependence, physical injury, financial problems, and more

Low Risk Guidelines
0 Drinks if you are underage, pregnant, at risk for alcoholism or planning on operating a motor […]

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April is Month of the Military Child. Show your military child your gratitude and support with a certificate and small token of appreciation. From now until April 15th you can register your military connected child to receive a packet from the Child and Youth Program as a token of recognition.

(A military child is […]

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Federal funding requirements state Dane County must participate in a national Point-in-Time count of all sheltered and unsheltered individuals identified on the night of Wednesday, January 27th. The Homeless Service Consortium is seeking volunteers to canvas Dane County locations with our provider agencies to provide an accurate count of unsheltered individuals who are homeless. The […]

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Veteran homelessness has been a persistent problem for generations but, recent coordinated efforts by the White House and many federal agencies are winning the campaign to mitigate this problem. The Veteran’s Administration has made great progress toward achieving their goal of eliminating Veteran homelessness by the end of 2015. But still, too many of those […]

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