Getting veterans what they deserve

Door County Veterans Service Officer Beth Wartella hopes to meet you before it is too late. CVSOs across the state work with veterans and their families to make sure they are aware of and receive all of the benefits they are entitled to from the moment they are discharged to the time they pass away. Wartella says there is a lot of preparation involved to get everything set up correctly and efficiently.

Wartella says their relationship with organizations like the American Legion has made it easier to reach out to many veterans but admits they can also do better to reach others. You can learn more about the programs available through the CVSO by calling their office or attending one of the upcoming Delta Company listening sessions throughout the county beginning on March 19th.



March 19th at Sturgeon Bay ADRC

April 9th at Jacksonport Town Hall

April 23rd at Liberty Grove Town Hall

May 7th at Brussels Town Hall


Call the Door County Veterans Service Office at 920-746-2225 for more information

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