A Veteran's direct line to
Basic Needs and Human Services
Frustrated? If you’re a veteran or family member having trouble getting the help you need, try VetsNet. No red tape, no bureaucracy
A veteran shares his story (1 min)
Meet Quentin D. who came to us in March with his wife and 3 month old son. They were homeless and we worked quickly with Faye Peters through our partnership with Center for Veterans Issues to quickly house and stabilize this family.
Event is part of celebrations of Harley-Davidson's 115th Anniversary. Bring the nois..
Veterans, military personnel and their family members receive FREE admission to the Fair on Sund..
Bring the noise: Charity Ride to benefit VetsNet, Wed. Aug. 29
Event is part of celebrations of Harley-Davidson's 115th Anniversary
The House of Harley-Davidson is sponsoring the ride from its dealership to Veterans Park on the lakefront where riders will kick off the extra long anniversary weekend. Register for the Ride here. House of Harley-Davidson will host six days of live music, food, merchandise and custom cycle displays . Wednesday is Military Day at the fest and VetsNet staff will be on hand all day to publicize the work it does on behalf of veterans in crisis. Full Aug 29-Sep 3 event schedule is here.
The Wisconsin Veterans Network (VetsNet)
is a collaboration
Last year, VetsNet and its partners served 356 different veterans and families, covering 603 distinct needs involving 614 contacts with partner agencies. Do you know a vet in crisis or are you one yourself? Contact VetsNet today.
VetsNet works with more than 30 agencies in seven Southeastern Wisconsin counties and beyond to bring critical services to at-risk veterans and their families. Those partner agencies are veteran service organizations, state and federal veteran agencies, other nonprofit veteran and community social service agencies. Meet our Star Partner of the second quarter, 2018.
Cutting through the confusion
Navigating the growing number of veteran help groups and other agencies (over 500 in Wisconsin) can be a daunting, time consuming task. That's where VetsNet comes in.
Once we identify the needs of the veterans or their families and match them with the qualifications of various agencies. VetsNet assigns the case to the ones best able to help as quickly as possible.
VetsNet's mission is to serve veterans and their families facing crises.
If you took the oath and wore the uniform -- on active duty, Reserve or National Guard member -- we will help. We do that without respect to time spent in service, type of discharge, branch of service. In 2016, the first full year of operation, our phenomenal partners served 407 veterans and/or their families with the help of the VetsNet staff.
See our Frequently Asked Questions for more information about VetsNet and how we can help
The VetsNet experience
Comfortable, relaxed environment
Veterans and families experience a modern, comfortable, relaxed environment, conducive to building trust and reducing stress. Drop-in and scheduled appointments are available, and immediate referrals are made to an array of participating providers. We use a collaborative, holistic approach. We are located five minutes from the VA hospital and one block from the Milwaukee County Veterans Service Office, making collaboration and referrals easy. We offer shared space to other agencies, and our VetsNet staff helps connect vets and families with the help they need.About VetsNet
- Emergency relief
- Benefits counseling
- Financial counseling
- Employment counseling, training and placement
- Substance abuse
- Mental health
- Relationship (personal and family counseling)
- Legal assistance
- Domestic violence
- Home repairs