Application for High School Diploma for Michigan WWII and Korean Veterans This application is used to establish the eligibility of an honorably discharged WWII or Korean War veteran for receipt of a high school diploma from the State of Michigan. Veteran must have attended high school in Michigan.
All States Veterans Benefits This link directs you to a list of all U.S. states to access specific state benefits for each state (Military.com).
Buddy to Buddy Volunteer veterans are recruited to the program from a variety of veteran service organizations within the community. Volunteers receive training in communication skills and available community resources to help them assist other service members and veterans in managing military-related challenges.
Michigan Department of Military and Veteran Affairs: Information, resources, and connections for Military and Veterans residing in Michigan.
Michigan Mental Health Resource Directory : Contact information for mental health resources in Michigan sorted by county.
Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA): serves as the central coordinating point, connecting those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces and their families to services and benefits throughout the state. MVAA is responsible for administration and operation of the Michigan Veterans Trust Fund, Michigan Veterans Homeowners Assistance Program, the Michigan Homes for Veterans, constituent service or referral and the state's grant to chartered veterans' service organizations and the Michigan Association of County Veterans Counselors
Michigan Veterans Coalition Understanding the VA steps.
Michigan Veterans Trust Fund (MVTF) Can provide temporary assistance for emergencies or hardships and is available to eligible wartime veterans and their families residing in Michigan. The MVTF cannot provide assistance for long-term problems or chronic financial difficulties.
Michigan Veterans Services & Benefits This booklet provides information about obtaining veterans benefits and services available through federal, state, and local agencies. Topics range from acquiring a home mortgage, education, employment and insurance to medical treatment and death benefits. Listings include U.S.D.V.A. medical facilities in Michigan and veterans service organizations.
Veteran Service Organizations (The American Legion, AMVETS, Marine Corps League, Paralyzed Veterans of America, Veterans of Foreign Wars, etc).
Military Friendly Community Colleges Follow this link for a list of Michigan community colleges on the Consortium of Michigan Veteran Educators list (VRAP funding must be used at a community college or technical school).
Military Friendly State University's Our competitors, so you should never want to click on this link!
State Benefits for Disabled Veterans This information sheet reviews State of Michigan benefits for disabled veterans.
State of Michigan Veterans Affairs Public Directory An exhaustive contact list of Michigan VA representatives.