VORP COVID-19 Update
WDVA's Veterans Outreach and Recovery Program is committed to providing the most comprehensive level of services and assistance to our veterans and community partners. In keeping with State and Federal guidelines and the fluid nature of the pandemic, we continue to reference the Wisconsin Department of Health's website as it relates to COVID-19 and will adjust our procedures accordingly as it relates to how we treat, connect, interact, and reach out to our partners and veterans in need. We are able to schedule in-person meetings when it is safe for both our staff and veterans. When face-to-face meetings are not possible, we are utilizing Microsoft Teams to best connect with partners and veterans.
All of our coordinators are available via phone and email during normal business hours to answer any other questions and to offer support to our veterans and community partners.
The Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs (WDVA) designed the Veterans Outreach and Recovery Program (VORP) to connect veterans to community services and provide case management and support, with a special focus on treatment and recovery.
Veterans Outreach and Recovery Program (VORP)
Programa de Extensión y Recuperación de Veteranos (VORP)
VORP staff work with community providers and professionals to provide assistance and connection to:
VORP funding may be available to assist with
treatment. Contact the field representative in your region.
Who does VORP serve?
All who have served in any component of the US Armed Forces including those that have previously served and continue to serve in the National Guard and Reserve.
Veterans are able to self-refer themselves through the www.MyWisVets.com. For more information, see the CVSO/TVSO bulletin.
Who can help me in my area?
The VORP team includes 11 Regional Veterans Outreach and Recovery Regional Coordinators (ORRCs) located within their region, 2 supervisors based in Madison, and two clinical coordinators. Learn more about each coordinator by clicking the links below: