Benefits and Services
- Health Care Aid Grants
- Subsistence Aid Grants
- Burial Allowance & Flags
- Wisconsin GI Bill - Tuition Waivers
- Free Legal Clinic
- Job Services
- How to Obtain a Copy of Your DD214 or Report of Separation
- Disability Claims
- Eligibility Establishment for Retraining Programs
- Federal Home Loans
- Headstones and Markers
- Education Reimbursement Programs Information
- Retirement Information
- Information on Veterans' Cemeteries
- Life Insurance Claims
- Survivor's Pension
- Veterans ID Card/Vet Identifier Driver's License
Covering a broad spectrum of services, from loans to death benefits, education and retraining grants, assistance in obtaining military records, our staff is here to enable veterans to navigate the system of forms and directions, from application to qualification. Our mission is to serve all veterans and their families, with dignity and compassion, by providing prompt and courteous assistance in the preparation and submission of claims for benefits for which they may be eligible, and to serve as their principal advocate on veterans' related issues.
Veterans facing emergencies, such as evictions or energy shutoffs, should contact our office immediately. Assistance may be available.
Visit our office Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. No appointment is necessary; walk-ins are welcome! Here is a map to our office.
You can contact us by phone (414) 266-1234, fax (414) 266-1233 or contact Director James Duff, via email.
From its convenient location, the Veterans' Service Office assists eligible veterans and their dependents in applying for state and federal veterans benefits.