A Veterans Affairs Department provides services to veterans, including veterans from the Armed Forces and Reserves in Kalkaska County, Michigan. The federal VA, as well as local Kalkaska County branches, provide government grants for veterans in rural areas, homeless providers grants, community agency grants, and nurse retention grants. The Kalkaska County VA also provides cemetery grants and supportive services grants for veterans and their families. VA grants both go to agencies, organizations, and individual veterans. The VA provides more information about government grants on its website.
Kalkaska County Veteran Trust Fund And Veteran Counselor Kalkaska MI 890 Island Lake Road, 8 49646 231-258-3370
Veterans of Foreign Wars Kalkaska MI 408 Hyde Street 49646 231-258-9757
A Department of Transportation is a state or federal agency that plans and develops transportation systems and infrastructure in Kalkaska County, Michigan. The federal Department of Transportation offers several Kalkaska County government grants, including grants for road, rail, transit, and port projects, as well as car and vanpool projects, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, and transit research and safety improvements. State Departments of Transportation provide grants for private operators, senior centers, non-profits, and transit systems. Kalkaska County government grant information is available on the Department of Transportation website.
Transportation Department Kalkaska Kalkaska MI 809 North Birch Street 49646 231-258-5611