Military Veterans can find the process of getting care through the Veterans Administration cumbersome. But they do have options.


(MPRN-Lansing) A joint state House committee could begin hearings as soon as this week on a scathing audit of a state-run veterans’ home 

VCAT Connects Veterans With Services

Dec 8, 2015
Jerry Malec / WMUK

More than 55,000 veterans in southwest Michigan have now have easier access to health, employment, and education benefits. That’s thanks to a collaboration involving local, state, and federal agencies. The Veteran Community Action Team, or V-CAT, is a project coordinated by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency in Lansing.

Kevin Lavery, WKAR

(MPRN-Lansing) Michigan veterans would be eligible for grants to help them earn a degree in science, technology, engineering, or math under a new bipartisan bill in the state House. 

Bob Psalmond's art at Kellogg Community College's library
Kellogg Community College

Five years ago, Kellogg Community College noticed that a large number of veterans were enrolled in its classes. So it started a writing project to help bring those veterans together.