Housing for Homeless Veterans In Green Bay
If you are a Veteran in need of energy assistance or you know a Veteran who is, the Heat for Heroes Campaign can help!
Interested in helping out? It is through the generosity of people like you that allows the Heat for Heroes Campaign to successfully keep the heat and power on for literally THOUSANDS of Wisconsin Veterans! In order to maximize the generosity of donors, Heat for Heroes is committed to limiting administration costs to only 10%! That means, for every dollar that donated, $.90 of that goes directly to a Veteran in need… right here in Wisconsin! In addition, though the partnership and support of the State of Wisconsin – Department of Energy Services, every donation given to the Heat for Heroes Campaign is matched two-to-one, making your donation stretch even further!
Founded and run by veterans, MHVI's mission is to help homeless and at-risk veterans reach and maintain their highest levels of independence. We offer unique programs to fill the gaps and don't duplicate what others do, and cooperate with the Veterans Administration, Wis. Dept. of Veterans Affairs, County Veterans Service Officers, and other non-profit agencies.
Since 2008 we have helped more than 3,000 veterans and their famililes in southeastern Wisconsin to obtain benefits, housing, health care, furniture, household goods, food, clothing, transportation, toiletries and other necessities.
Based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the Center for Veterans Issues, Ltd. (CVI) is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit veterans administration and management organization. CVI supports the concerns of all veterans by providing information, resources, identification of funding, technical assistance and organizational development to veteran service organizations. CVI also provides transitional housing to homeless veterans, while offering many services to help veterans transition back into the community.
With just your DD-214 (or equivalent) the United States Archives will give you a complete set of medals earned for free!
You can also request family members' medals with their record of service.
**When you get to the comments box on request form, ensure that you type in that you want to receive all medals and awards listed.
This video from the Building Wisconsin TV series features the construction of the Major General Jacob Brown Veterans Manor in Green Bay WI.
This project provides 50 units of housing for homeless veterans.
Transitioning from the military to the civilian workforce can be challenging.
The VETS seminar includes complete skills inventories, career interest and work values assessments, résumé services, supportive services, networking strategies, as well as interview preparation and rehearsal sessions. Upon successful completion of the seminar, we provide one-on-one and group career coaching, introductions to appropriate employment opportunities and follow-on customized job placement services. We have successfully placed many of our veteran “Job Ready” clients in high level positions with several employers that recognize the valuable skill sets of our graduates. Once employed, we provide additional retention services to increase the success rate for both the employer and the veteran.
Our mission is simple: to pair the right veteran with the right employer in the right position.
Classes are held regularly at our Headquarters in Indianapolis, and WorkOne locations around the state.
Our mission is to support local service members, veterans, and their families through financial assistance, resource brokering, and supportive programming while creating awareness, delivering education, and fostering camaraderie all while stimulating economic development in our community.