IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. (WZMQ) – Tomorrow’s Resource Fair at the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center is set to be an event that brings hope and support to veterans in Dickinson County and across the Upper Peninsula and Northern Wisconsin. With flu shot clinics just around the corner, veterans are able to show up at tomorrow’s event and get questions answered on a variety of veteran-related resources without even stepping out of their vehicle.
The array of support services available is truly impressive. Experts will be on hand to discuss topics ranging from suicide prevention to intimate partner violence and drug recovery resources provided by Great Lakes Recovery. But the assistance doesn’t stop there. Various health-related programs will be accessible, including enrollment guidance, caregiver support, holistic wellness initiatives, YMCA programming, women’s health services, and culturally sensitive Native American programming.
From 8 a.m. to noon, CST, veterans will have the opportunity to engage with these invaluable resources, all from the comfort of their car. The Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center continues to provide comprehensive support to those who have served our nation.
For additional details about the upcoming flu shot clinic schedule at the Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center, as well as other vaccination sites across the U.P., veterans can refer to the article recently published by WZMQ. These services are offered free of charge to veterans, a small token of gratitude for their sacrifices and dedication.