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Patient advocates

The patient advocates at VA Iron Mountain health care are specially trained to help you resolve issues with your care. If you've experienced any problems that you haven't been able to resolve by talking with your care team, please reach out to one of our patient advocates.

Connect with a patient advocate

Our patient advocates work hard to make sure you receive the best possible care. They offer help with:

  • Patient concerns with the care team
  • Advocating for patient and family rights

To speak with a Patient Advocate, call or visit them in rooms 1103 or 1104.  

Veteran Service Officers in your area

County VSO office Phone Email Alger (906) 387-1635 Baraga (906) 524-5454 Chippewa (906) 635-6370 Delta (906) 786-7228 Dickinson (906) 774-2820 Gogebic (906) 667-1110 Houghton/Keweenaw (906) 482-0102 Iron (Michigan) (906) 265-3819 Luce (906) 293-4890 Mackinac (906) 643-9411 Marquette (906) 485- 1996 Menominee (Michigan) (906) 863-5691 Ontonagon (906) 884-6204 Schoolcraft (906) 341-3669 Bayfield (715) 373-6137 Florence (715) 528-3446 Forest (715) 478-3722 Iron (Wisconsin) (715) 561-2190 Langlade (715) 627-6545 Lincoln (715) 539-1085 Marinette (715) 732-7650 Menominee (Wisconsin) (715) 799-3729 Oconto (920) 834-6817 Oneida (715) 369-6127 Price (715) 339-5157 Vilas (715) 479-3629


Veteran's Crisis Line - Dial 988 then Press 1

Call our Veterans Crisis Line at 988 then Press 1 for free, private help anytime 24/7. Our local suicide prevention coordinators can also connect you with ongoing counseling and services.

Available at these locations

Care we provide at VA Iron Mountain health care

We work with behavioral health providers and community organizations to help you and your family during times of crisis. We offer:

  • Suicide prevention care coordinators
  • Suicide prevention case managers
  • Gun safety locks

Learn more and connect with a care coordinator

Planning your legacy

Welcome Kit

Service Connection Benefits


  • Disability

    File a claim for disability compensation for conditions related to your military service, and manage your benefits over time.

  • Health care

    Apply for VA health care, find out how to access services, and manage your health and benefits online.

  • Education and training

    Apply for and manage your GI Bill and other education benefits to help pay for college and training programs.

  • Housing assistance

    Find out if you're eligible for VA home loan programs to help you buy, build, repair, or keep a home. If you have a service-connected disability, check if you qualify for a housing grant to help you live more independently.

  • Careers and employment

    Apply for vocational rehabilitation services, get support for your Veteran-owned small business, and access other career resources.

  • Life insurance

    Explore VA life insurance options for Veterans, service members, and families. Manage your policy online, file claims for benefits, and access helpful resources.

  • Pension

    Apply for monthly payments for wartime Veterans and survivors with limited or no income who meet certain age and disability requirements.

  • Burials and memorials

    Get help planning a burial in a VA national cemetery, order a headstone or other memorial item to honor a Veteran's service, and apply for survivor and dependent benefits.

  • Records

    Apply for a printed Veteran ID card, get your VA benefit letters and medical records, and learn how to apply for a discharge upgrade.

  • Benefits for spouses, dependents, survivors, and family caregivers

    Learn about benefits for spouses and dependents of a Veteran or service member, including added support if you're caring for a Veteran with a service-connected disability.

Downloadable PDFs

For Veterans

 Apply for VA health care (PDF)

 Get started with mental health services (PDF)

 Get started with health services for women Veterans (PDF)

 Understanding community care (PDF)

 Accessing urgent care (PDF)

 Apply for a disability rating (PDF)

 Apply for education benefits (PDF)

 Apply for burial in a VA national cemetery and for memorial products (PDF)

 Understanding the modernized decision review process (PDF)

 Get started with services for aging Veterans (PDF)

 Get started with Veteran state benefits and services (PDF)

 Get started with Vet Center services (PDF)

 Get started with food and nutrition services (PDF)

 Get started with Whole Health services (PDF)

 Get started with Veteran-Owned Small Business support (PDF)

 Get started with services for LGBTQ+ Veterans (PDF)

For family members

 Get started with caregiver benefits (PDF)

 Apply for survivor benefits (PDF)

In-house Specialties

VA Community Care

VA provides care to Veterans through community providers when VA cannot provide the care needed. Community care is based on specific eligibility requirements, availability of VA care, and the needs and circumstances of individual Veterans.  To learn more about the community care program, click here.

ER Notification Line:  (844) 72HRVHA )

For billing concerns, call

Caregiver Support

The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) Caregiver Support Program (CSP) offers clinical services to caregivers of eligible and covered Veterans enrolled in the VA health care system. The program’s mission is to promote the health and well-being of family caregivers who care for our Nation’s Veterans, through education, resources, support, and services. There is a CSP team CSP Team Locator located at every VA facilities . 

To learn more about the VA Care Giver Support Program, logon to their webpage here. 

Click here to learn more abut the Iron Mountain VA Medical Center Care Giver Support Program.

To call VA Caregiver Support Program, dial 

Community Living Center

A Community Living Center (CLC) is a VA Nursing Home. Veterans may stay for a short time or, in rare instances, for the rest of their life. It is a place where Veterans can receive nursing home level of care, which includes help with activities of daily living and skilled nursing and medical care.

Click here for more information about VA Community Living Centers.

Financial Resources