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There are eligibility requirements for enrollment in the VA Healthcare System. VA Form 1010-EZ is used when applying for healthcare benefits. There are treatment and medication co-pays required for certain veterans. When applying for enrollment in the VA Healthcare system you must submit a completed VA Form 1010-EZ and a photocopy of your DD 214 or separation document.
Both the federal VA (USDVA) and the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) offer assistance.
The federal VA operates a program called HUD-VASH. To contact the federal VA call 877-424-3838. Eligibility; Veterans who are appropriate for this program must be VA healthcare-eligible Veterans. VA eligibility makes this determination. The public housing authority (PHA) determines if the Veteran participant meets HUD's regulations for this program.
When requesting assistance through the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA) you should call the Veterans Outreach and Recovery Program (VORP) at 715-409-3767. VORP staff work with community providers and professionals to provide assistance and connection to: Mental Health Services, substance use treatment, financial assistance, housing and utilities, claims and benefits assistance, employment and education, transportation, and many more services. Eligibility; All who have served in any component of the U.S. Armed Forces including those that have previously served and continue to serve in the National Guard and Reserve.
The Department of Labor's Veteran's Employment and Training Service (VETS) has information for veterans, National Guard, or reservists who may be activated for military service. National Guard and reserve members called to active duty, and their civilian employers, have certain rights and responsibilities under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA). VETS has developed a fact sheet and an interactive computer program, the USERRA Advisor, which addresses the rights and responsibilities of individuals and their employers under the law. These tools, and other USERRA information, can be found on the VETS Website.