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Veteran and Military Family Support Resources

As a military family or veteran it can often be hard to find resources that fit your situation. We strive to help you with those resources.



Pleural​mesothelioma Center

Cou​ntless veterans are currently suffering from life-threatening illnesses that are a result of exposure to asbestos, a material that was commonly used in hundreds of military applications, products, and ships because of its resistance to fire. We've created an informative resource guide to educate veterans on the health risks associated with asbestos exposure. Please take a look:

Macomb County Community Mental Health


Macomb County Community 

Mental Health

The Macomb County Veteran Navigator helps veterans navigate through federal, state, and community resources to address their concerns and needs. Part of the Macomb County Community Mental Health team, the Veteran Navigator serves as an advocate for veterans and their families.

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Deoartment of the VA


VA 72 Hour Emergency Number

If you are a veteran that goes to the emergency room and is currently enrolled in VA Healthcare, call the number below within 72 hours even if discharged immediately. This will increase the likelihood of the VA paying for the emergent care.



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Memory Care


National League of Families of American Prisoners & Missing in Southeast Asia

Recent research by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has uncovered a concerning trend: veterans are twice as likely to develop dementia compared to the general population. This increased vulnerability stems from a combination of factors, including traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder, alongside the typical aging process. developed a comprehensive guide to memory care for veterans. This resource dives into the complexities of dementia and presents a range of treatment options, as well as highlighting various VA programs and resources. You can access the guide here

We recently updated our Mesothelioma and Veterans Guide. This free resource highlights:

• Veterans and Asbestos Exposure
• Filing a VA Claim
• Cancer Treatment for Veterans
• Types of Veterans Benefits

Please take a look: and

The National League of POW/MIA Families, incorporated on May 28, 1970, was formed to obtain the release of all prisoners, the fullest possible accounting for the missing and repatriation of all recoverable remains of those who died serving our nation during the Vietnam War. Without the League, America's POW/MIAs would long ago have been forgotten. The League is proud that our efforts led to today's worldwide mission. We are also proud that our flag is universally and legally ​recognized as the symbol of America's commitment to account for our POW/MIAs.

Veterans Guide to Vocational & Apprenticeship Programs

The Veterans Guide to Vocational and Apprenticeship Programs offers insights into the advantages of non-traditional postsecondary education and essential information about vocational and apprenticeship programs, including eligibility, expenses, and the shift to civilian work. Read more here:

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