Call us at: (414) 955-8910 or email us
In collaboration with the Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin (VOW) and NAMI of Racine Co, we are recipients of a VA Staff Sargent Fox Grant. The SSG Fox SPGP honors Veteran Parker Gordon Fox, who joined the Army in 2014 and was a sniper instructor at the U.S. Army Infantry School at Fort Benning, Georgia. Known for a life of generosity and kindness to others in need, Fox died by suicide on July 21, 2020, at the age of 25.
What we do!
The Captain John D. Mason Program aims to save lives by utilizing Veteran peers that go into the community and locate Veterans in need engaging them in VA health services, and other community resources, to live a healthy, productive life.
Our Veteran Peers understand what you are going through. They are available to talk through problems and provide ideas to help cope with everyday issues. They can also help you adjust to civilian life or just talk!
We work directly with the Veteran Outreach of Wisconsin’s 9-Line Program. Our program is designed to provide you the best peer services, referrals for case management support and connection to VA benefits.
IF YOU ARE:
- A Veteran of the United States
- Living in Central and Southeastern Wisconsin
- Want to enroll in VA Healthcare
- Need benefits
Contact us at:
- Mark Flower email@example.com
- Shannon Krueger firstname.lastname@example.org
- Program email:
- Office: (414) 955-8910
If you are in a suicidal crisis call the National Crisis Line at: 988 and dial 1 or Text 838255. Follow this link to Chat.
We Can Help!
- See us in-person
- All of our support is free to any Veteran!
- We can provide you with peer support
- Help you enroll for benefits
- Check eligibility for Federal or State Veteran benefits
- Direct contact to staff and providers at the VA
- Education & Community Resources
- Help you locate safe, firearm storage if you need to keep your safe if you are in a crisis.
9-LINE VETERAN SUPPORT PROGRAM
CONTACT US AT:
WHAT WE DO
With our partners we work to assist Veterans and their families struggling with their emotional well-being and having difficulty connecting to services.
- Safe storage of medication and firearms
- Mental health providers
- Food Insecurities
- Housing resources
- Employment opportunities
- Employment training
- Health care
- Group support
- And more
National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) of Racine Co.
Veteran Support Group – Starts June 13th
Specifically designed to support military veterans, this peer-led group connects active and former service members to each other in a safe space to share lived experience and learned wisdom.
Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday
WE STILL NEED VOLUNTEERS!
To help us get this group up and running, please complete the volunteer application and request training to become a support group facilitator.
Veteran Support Group is confidential and registration is not required. These groups are closed to anyone who is not an active or veteran member of the military (Navy, Army, Coast Guard, Marine, Air Force). This group is provided in partnership with Veterans Outreach of Wisconsin.