Programs & Services
VAF offers a wide variety of Programs and Services for Veterans. We cannot offer emergency shelter or crisis services, scroll down for links to programs that may offer such services.
- Health Care Assessment
- Wellness Education
- Referrals for Psychological Assessment
- Veterans Benefits Counseling
- Vocational Assessment and Training
- Sobriety Maintenance through AA, NA, CA and individual and group counseling
- Referrals for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Job Service, referrals and placement
- Psychosocial Assessment
- Case Management
- Housing Assistance upon completing program
- Life Skills
- Computer Classes
- Time Management
- AODA Classes
- Anger Management
- Assertiveness Training
- Family Issues
To find out if you are eligible for a VAF program, click here
We also receive funding from the federal government as part of the Department of Veterans Affairs Grant and Per Diem Program. "The purpose of this grant is to promote the development and provisions of supportive housing and/or supportive services with the goal of helping homeless veterans achieve residential stability, increase their skill levels and/or income, and obtain greater self-determination."
Supportive housing (for up to 24 months) and services are defined as those offering service such as case management, education, crisis intervention, counseling, services targeted towards specialized populations including homeless women veterans etc.
VAF offers programs under this grant’s directive:
- Per Diem Program: Provides day services for veterans needing supportive services and housing placement, 60-Beds Tomah.
- Step Up: 12 bed program in Tomah WI.
- Step Up: 7 bed program in Madison WI.
Link to programs providing services for veterans that may be of help to you.