St. Clair County Department of Veterans Affairs
Office News & Events
Veteran Employability Boot Camp – Early September 2015
Register for a specialized employment preparation session in early September designed to help United States Veterans prepare to
be "Career Ready!" The Veteran Employability Boot Camp is presented by the Macomb-St. Clair Michigan Works! It is a multi-day group
session that veteran job seekers will gain tools and knowledge to help them return to the workforce.
Click here for more information.
Operation: Veteran Career Fair – SAVE THE DATE & REGISTER!
2nd Annual Operation: Veteran Career Fair
Friday, November 6, 2015
10:00am – 3:00pm
Baker College of Port Huron
Detroit VA Healthcare System Mental Health Outpatient Clinic Brochure
VA Suicide and Prevention: Fact Sheet
VA Services for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Fact
With promise, our commitment and excellence
to patrons of St. Clair County who served with honor defending our nations security,
freedom, and constitution, protecting our rights as Americans. Incorporating service
ensuring respective federal, state, and local entitlements due to them and their
families while providing valued quality, efficiency, and rights & proper responsiveness.
Establish a clarified understanding amongst our community in support of veterans'
interests and benefits. Establish a confidence in the services provided. Embed appreciation
into the minds of our veterans and their families that St. Clair County cares that
they obtain what they are entitled either by the Federal, state, or local government.
For quick access to Financial Emergency Relief and other Relief Funds,
visit Michigan Veterans Trust Fund & Soldiers and Sailors Relief Fund.
We work together with local Veterans Service Organizations providing the best
services possible. Contact them TODAY to see how YOU can be a part of their
St. Clair Co. Department of Veterans Affairs
200 Grand River, Suite 104
Port Huron, MI 48060
8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday through Friday
(closed for lunch 12:00pm - 1:00pm)
E-mail is not necessarily secure against interception.
If your communication is very sensitive, or includes personal information like your
social security number or your claim number, you may want to send it by postal mail