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Veteran Stand Down

The U​niversity of Michigan-Dearborn Association of Women Veterans, in partnership with the Love a Michigan Veteran Project. The annual event is hosted by the UM-Dearborn, Center for Social Justice and Inclusion at the University's Fairlane Events Center. The 2018 event supplied over 300 women veterans with goods and services in recognition of their military service. Some of the services included food, clothing, benefits counseling and referrals to other assistance such as health care, housing solutions, employment, substance and mental health counseling. All women veterans are welcome to join UM-Dearborn as we celebrate their military service. 

Women Veteran Stand Down
Mid-Michigan Honor Flight


Honor Flights

The Honor Flight Network is a national organization with programs to transport Veterans across America to see their memorials. Regional Hubs, like Mid-Michigan Honor Flight, is just one of the programs available. Transporting America's Veterans to Washington DC to visit the memorials dedicated to them.


For more information and to register to fly or be a guardian visit their website


Wolverine Harley-Davidson Ride for Freedom

Annual motorcycle ride where money raised will go to support a wonderful cause - All proceeds will be donated to the Recreational Services at the Detroit VAMC and the Fisher House Detroit. Veteran patients from John D Dingell VAMC attend this event and are escorted by our members.

Wolverine H-D Ride for Freedom


Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency

The Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency is the central coordinating agency, providing support, care, advocacy and service to veterans and their families. MVAA was created by Executive Order 2013-2 and began operations on March 20, 2013, the 10th anniversary of Operation Iraqi Freedom. 


John D Dingell VA Medical Center

John D Dingell VA Medical Center - supporting our veterans by supplying toiletries, playing bingo and assisting with any other needs of the VA.

Detroit VAMC



VVA Chapter 154’s honor guard will stand watch for a 24-hour vigil at the POW/MIA memorial at Resurrection Cemetery in Clinton Township, MI. Chapter members have held the vigil for over 30 years for National POW/MIA Recognition Day. In years past, the chapter remembered Michigan’s missing in action at a Novi cemetery, but changed to Resurrection Cemetery once a POW/MIA memorial was installed at the site. 


Michigan Veterans Foundation

The Michigan Veterans Foundation is a non-profit agency. Our main project is the Detroit Veterans Center - a well planned and well - supported community effort. The Foundation has been asked to expand it's services to several other cities in Michigan, and currently has plans to open other facilities strategically located throughout the State of Michigan. 

MVF Detroit
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