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IF YOU NEED GENERAL INFORMATION OR HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT A SPECIFIC PROGRAM OR SERVICE YOU MAY EMAIL US AT SMSD Mailbox or Call: 1-800-292-9464 option 3.

BADGER YELLOW RIBBON – VIEW PAGE
The Badger Yellow Ribbon Program provides educational information events and activities for military members of Wisconsin, their Families, and community members to facilitate access to services and support their health and well being throughout the entire deployment cycle. Badger Yellow Ribbon Program Director  [office: 608-242-3424] [1-800-292-9464, option 3]
EMPLOYER SUPPORT OF THE GUARD AND RESERVE – VIEW PAGE
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) provides Reserve Component members education and awareness regarding employer relations, rights and requirements under USERRA and programs and services available to help strengthen employer support for the Guard and Reserve.  [office: 715-858-9676] [office: 608-242-3729]  [1-800-292-9464, option 3]  www.ESGR.mil
FAMILY PROGRAM
The National Guard Family Program establishes and facilitates ongoing communication, involvement, support and recognition between families and the service member in a partnership that promote the best in both. The Family Program works with the Family Readiness Group and Key Volunteer programs to promote family readiness in all stages of the deployment cycle. For more information or to volunteer with the Wisconsin National Guard, contact the Family Program Director  [office phone: 608-242-3470] or [Family Assistance 24 hr phone 1-800-292-9464, option 3]
MILITARY FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTERS
Military Family Assistance Centers (FAC) focus is providing family members information on entitlements and benefits available to them by providing resource and referrals during the Service Members deployment cycle. Assistance is available 24/7. FAC Coordinator  [office: 608-301-8290] [1-800-292-9464, option 3]
MILITARY ONESOURCE
Military OneSource State Consultant serves as the Military OneSource specialist on resources, programs and services for Military Families. Conducts outreach and partners with organizations to develop, identify, catalog and publicize resources to networks. [cell: 715-441-0077] www.MilitaryOnesource.mil Service members and families seeking Military OneSource services can contact 1-800-342-9647, www.MilitaryOnesource.mil
PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH PROGRAM
The Psychological Heath Program provides assistance and direction to Service Members (SM) who are having transitional difficulties in either adjusting to redeployment or life challenges which may be presenting barriers in quality of life. This assistance is initial problem solving with the service of identification of resources, such as specific Veterans Affairs resources, that may provide longer term support for the SM and their family. Our behavioral health professionals will also provide system advocacy in helping or referring to support personal in navigating the bureaucracy.  [608.242.3047] [1-800-292-9464, option 3]
SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE COORDINATOR – VIEW PAGE
Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC) provides prevention training to all service members and resource and referral services to victims of sexual assault and domestic violence. The Sexual Assault Prevention Response Program ensures victims of sexual assault are protected, treated with dignity and respect, receive support and advocacy and assists with identification of treatment resources.  [608-242-3742] [24-HOUR CONTACT  608-469-2627]
PERSONAL FINANCIAL COUNSELOR
A Personal Financial Counselor (PFC) helps you and your family manage finances, resolve financial problems and reach long-term goals such as getting an education, buying a home and planning for retirement.  [PHONE: 703-635-9274] [EMAIL: pfc.wi.ng@zeiders.com]
SURVIVOR OUTREACH SERVICES – VIEW PAGE
Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) connects Survivors with those who can help families move forward and find strength, benefits counseling on state and federal benefits, and financial referral assistance. Provides Long-term care to Families of the Fallen to stay connected to the Military for as long as they desire.  [262-745-3283]  [1-800-292-9464, option 3]
SUICIDE PREVENTION PROGRAM COORDINATOR – VIEW PAGE
Suicide Prevention Program Coordinator: provides prevention, intervention and post-vention on the risk factors and warning signs of suicide as well as act as the military point of for resources available to service members on there to go for help. [office: 608-242-3369] [24-HOUR CONTACT: 608-286-9848]
TRANSITION ASSISTANCE ADVISOR
Transition Assistance Advisor (TAA) serves as a first line of support for returning Veterans to help troubleshoot concerns surrounding their benefits, education assistance, employment and any other issues they may encounter when they return from deployment or transition back into civilian life.  [office: 608-242-3727] [1-800-292-9464, option 3]
YOUTH PROGRAMVIEW PAGE
Youth Program provides youth with opportunities to form bonds with other military youth, building support networks that are essential in times of deployment as well as reintegration. Youth activities, camp, social and educational opportunities are available.  [Office: 608-242-3466] [1-800-292-9464, option 3]

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