When you contact a Military FAC for assistance, keep in mind that the Military FAC staff is bound by confidentiality.
When a loved one is deployed, the entire community of family members, friends and neighbors is affected. We at the Military Family Assistance Center are here to help. We understand that uncertainty and separation can create high levels of stress and anxiety.
The Military Family Assistance Centers (FACs) focus is to provide family members information on entitlements and benefits available to them through referrals for assistance.
The Military FACs were formed to assist families of service members with issues that may arise while the service member is deployed.
The Military FACs provide information sources for a variety of services which the service members and their families may utilize before, during, and following a deployment.
I am the Alpha and the Omega,
the Beginning and the End.
To the thirsty I will give water without cost
from the spring of the water of life.
Those who are victorious will inherit all this,
and I will be their God and
they will be my children.
The Wisconsin Army Cadets are a very close knit group that supports, challenges, and works together to explore the exciting opportunities that are ahead of our youth today. We offer youth the chance to establish and build on skills to be ready to take on a career, military, or college, and serve in their community.
Veterans’ Mentor Group, Inc is a group of Veteran Mentors, Veterans, and partners from within our communities who share and understand the unique experience of military service, military life, and the distinctive needs that may arise from that experience. We are brought together with the singular purpose to support the Outagamie County Veteran’s Treatment Court and to fill the gap in resources to make certain that our Veterans gain the assistance they need and have earned. Veterans’ Mentor Group, Inc has been recognized as a Charitable Organization with the State of WI and have received our Tax Exempt status with the IRS as a 501 c (3).
Our mission is to offer our local World War II and Korean War veterans a memorable, safe and rewarding tour of honor to our nation's capitol. It's a whirlwind tour. This trip happens all in one day and is completely free of charge to the vet! It's our small way to say 'thank you' for their service and sacrifices to this great country. We are also dedicated to making this trip as safe as possible. Trained volunteer 'guardians' are assigned to accompany every veteran. For added safety, we travel with volunteer medical professionals.
The Center for Suicide Awareness
The Center offers support groups for all ages of those who have lost a loved one to suicide, those who have attempted suicide, and for family members. We offer presentations for schools in helping students cope and know warning signs of suicide. We also offer training for educators, healthcare professionals, police, and others.
A primary goal of the FVVC is to sustain a Veterans Emergency Fund that serves veterans who are in need of emergency financial assistance in Outagamie, Northern Winnebago, and Calumet counties. Applicants must provide a copy of a DD Form 214 showing honorable service and copies of bills for consideration. Assistance is paid directly to creditors. 100% of donations to the Veterans Emergency Fund go directly to our local veterans. The FVVC works with the County Veterans Service Offices to determine eligibility of applicants for financial assistance
DAV empowers veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity.
We provide free, professional assistance to veterans and their families in obtaining VA and other government benefits earned through service.