Livingston County Veterans Services commemorates new office with Ribbon Cutting Celebration Sept. 8th
Livingston County Veterans Services will be commemorating their new space at 1420 Lawson Drive in Howell with a Ribbon Cutting Celebration and office tours this Thursday, Sept. 8th at 5 p.m. Local Veterans, their families, and the general public are welcomed to come take a look at the office and enjoy appetizers and non-alcoholic drinks.
Along with touring the new facility, the public is invited to come and meet the staff who are devoted to providing top-notch service.
“Now that we are fully staffed, our team is excited to provide services to more Veterans in a timelier manner, as well as bring into action new initiatives in which Veterans and their families can benefit from,” said new Director Ramon Baca.
Veterans Services has proudly served Livingston County Veterans for over 23 years. Their new location is a convenient one-stop shop that assists Veterans with accessing their benefits, increasing access to medical care, and providing medical transportation and supportive services. Additionally, the office offers a library, classrooms, access to computers and printing services, and many informal meeting areas that allow Veterans to congregate and catch up.
In September, Ramon and his team hope to use the large meeting areas to host educational workshops and knowledgeable speakers to help shed light on topics like burial benefits, VA home loans, and more.
For more information about the services Veterans Services provides, residents are encouraged to visit https://www.livgov.com/veterans/, call 517-546-6338, or stop by their office to request an appointment.