Are you a Veteran or have a loved one that's a Veteran? Have you been struggling to find your way? Would you like to connect with others who have been and are there also?
Are you a Veteran looking for help, new resources, or just want to connect with other Veterans and their families? You have come to the right place! Just fill out the application and we will add you to our list of Veterans and keep you updated on resources and new events.
Are you a Caregiver of a Veteran and need assistance or resources? Do you want to meet other Caregivers who understand what you are going through? Fill out the caregiver application below and you can join us at events and we will help find any information you need.
SUPPORT OUR VETERANS & CAREGIVERS
Warriors and Caregivers United in supporting, connecting, and helping one another.
Embrace Warriors and Caregivers in a nonjudgmental, safe, and unassuming environment.
Develop acceptance of existing resources and systems to educate and promote utilization.
Assist children in understanding the effects of PTSD on their loved ones.
Encourage and support development of new and old relationships.
Provide venues for the gathering of the WACU community.
Up Coming Events
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Past Veterans Events
Holland, MI- ANG Tour
Donuts with our Veterans
WACU partners with Walking with Warriors- Veteran Navigator, Matthew Clark to host a monthly gathering for Veterans in the Edenville Township area and surrounding areas. Sanford American Legion the Second Thursday of each month 9am- 12pm, for this special time for Veterans to gather and create a community of support for one another.
for Our Heroes
With help from Veteran organizations in the Ann Arbor area WACU assisted Building homes for our heroes in finding a disabled Air Force Veteran and his family receive a mortgage free home.
A huge Thank you to VCAT9, Fisher House of Michigan and the Ann Arbor American Legion for stepping up BIG!
Michigan Attorney General Visits Kent County Veterans Court
On May 12, 2023 Dana Nessel, MI AG, visited Kent County Veterans Court to recognize them for having the lowest recidivism rate in the State at only 8%.
22 A DAY
WACU partners with Walking with Warriors- Veteran Navigator, Erika Behm and the Village of Clayton, MI to host the most spectacular and heart breaking series of events during Suicide awareness Month.
Each day an estimated 22 Veterans lives are lost to suicide.
Everyday in September 22 solar lights and American Flags were placed in the Clayton Park to honor our military families that represent the 22.
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