Information for OEF/OIF Veterans
Welcome to our special site for OEF/OIF Veterans!
Connecticut has deployed over 16,000 since September 11, 2001.
We have many resources that may be assistance to you and your family.
Connecticut Military Support Program – offering free and confidential counseling with specially trained civilian mental health specialists to help service members who are awaiting deployment to, currently a part of, or back home from Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom and their spouses, significant others, teens, kids, siblings, parents and grandparents. Go to: www.ct.gov/msp
The United States Department of Veterans Affairs offers a special website with many national programs to assist and inform veterans of OEF/OIF. Please go to http://www.oefoif.va.gov/ US Dept of Veterans Affairs urges you to call them at 877-222-8387 If you have not been contacted by The United States Department of Veterans' Affairs about medical benefits available to OIF/OEF Veterans, please see below:
Trouble Adjusting to HOME LIFE after deployment? go to:
Wellness Resources for the Military Community.
Click above to download full 45 page report
UCONN Co-sponsoring new program for Veterans Small Businesses
Today, the U.S. Office of Personnel Management launched the first of its kind Government-wide Veterans Employment Website. This website is a critical component of the Federal Government’s strategy for the recruitment and employment of Veterans. Here is the address of the site:
Watch our site for updates on the new GI Bill and other resources
Content Last Modified on 1/6/2011 10:31:42 AM