Veterans

Veterans Affairs Clinics

**Note: If you call a specific VA Clinic, if they do not answer, your call will be routed to the Saginaw Clinic… however, they WILL route you to the right office.

Gaylord VA Clinic

2782 South Otsego Avenue Gaylord, MI 49735-9404

Main number: 1-989-732-7525

Mental health: 1-989-497-2500 x13520

Colonel Demas T. Craw VA Clinic

701 US Highway 31 South Traverse City, MI 49685-8016

Main number: 1-989-344-2002

Mental health: 1-989-497-2500 x13550

Grayling VA Clinic

1680 Hartwick Pines Road Grayling, MI 49738-9237

Main number: 1-989-732-7525

Mental health: 1-989-497-2500 x13520

Cadillac VA Clinic

1909 North Mitchell Street Cadillac, MI 49601-1139

Main number: 1-231-775-4401

Mental health: 1-989-497-2500 x11410

Lieutenant Colonel Clement C. Van Wagoner Dept of Veterans Affairs Clinic

180 North State Street Alpena, MI 49707-2847

Main number: 1-989-356-8720

Mental health: 1-989-497–2500 x13510

Cheboygan County VA Clinic

14540 Mackinaw Highway Mackinaw City, MI 49701-9507

Main number: 1-231-436-5176

Mental health: 1-989-497-2500 x13560 or 1-800-406-5143 x13560

Oscoda VA Clinic

5671 Skeel Avenue, Suite 4 Oscoda, MI 48750-1535

Main number: 1-989-747-0026

Mental health: 1-989-497-2500 x11411

Sault Saint Marie (Iron Mtn) VA Clinic

509 Osborn Boulevard Suite 306 Sault Saint Marie, MI 49783-2071

Main number: 1-906-253-9383

Mental health: 1-906-774-3300 x32541

Northern Michigan Veterans

There are so many wonderful organizations across Northern Michigan available to provide support to our wonderful Veterans.

A non-profit organization who works to raise awareness and provide support to end veteran suicide by helping veterans to continue Fighting the Fight Within.

Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of them are Veterans themselves.

Provides free, compassionate care and survivor support services for the families of America’s fallen military heroes. Services include peer-based emotional support, grief and trauma resources, grief seminars and retreats for adults, Good Grief Camps for children, casework assistance, connections to community-based care, online and in-person support groups and a 24/7 resource and information helpline for all who have been profoundly affected by the death of a military loved one.
Call the toll-free information helpline at 1-800-959-TAPS (8277).

A 238-acre ranch that was donated to Operation Injured Soldiers by a patriot and generous supporter of our injured veterans.

Provides Peer Support and Equine Therapy from qualified professionals for Veterans and their families looking for a solution oriented, hands on approach to dealing with combat trauma, relationships, and re-entry.

Horses for Heroes, offers equine related experiences and various services to the heroes in our community, including but not limited to Military Personnel: Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines and US Coast Guard (Active Duty and Veterans) and first responders: Fire fighters, Police, EMT etc.

To sponsor, encourage opportunities, and identify veterans in Northern Michigan through the VCAT project.

Northern Michigan’s only Veterans transitional housing community for male Veterans experiencing homelessness. At Patriot Place, veterans receive support and stability before moving to permanent housing.