State provided services and resources can be hard to find with so many laws and initiatives being passed and discussed across the state and federal government.
In a recent report from the Wisconsin Legislative Bureau, the many services and programs available to veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan were compiled to help veterans find the services. The report lists nearly 40 state and federal programs to assist veterans in education, mental health, physical disabilities, transportation, and tax credits.
See the full list of services here.
- SB-370 (Disabled Veteran-owned Businesses):This bill was passed in the Senate Jan. 14, 2014 and the Assembly Jan. 21, 2014.
- AB-733 (State Building Program): This bill amends the 2013-15 Authorized State Building Program to add one project for the Department of Veterans Affairs. The project involves the construction of the John R. Moses Skilled Nursing Facility at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King. The project is financed with $52,000,000 in program revenue supported borrowing and $28,000,000 in general fund supported borrowing. This bill was introduced on Feb. 4 and was referred to the committee on Joint Finance.