The Grundy County Veterans Assistance Commission (GCVAC) is an independent county commission that is operated by and for veterans for the purpose of promoting the welfare of honorably discharged veterans of military service, and their families; to act as a central service office for all veteran organizations included as members of this commission, and to handle all government claims work referred to the commission by member organizations; and to have general oversight of the distribution of all relief and supplies that may be appropriated for the benefit of military veterans and their families.
Minooka American Legion #1188 Minooka VFW #12015
Morris American Legion #294 Morris VFW #6049
Morris AMVETS #0053 Coal City American Legion #796
Coal City VFW #1336 Gardner American Legion #663
South Wilmington VFW #1740 Mazon American Legion #352
Grundy County Marine Corps League Disabled American Veterans #86
All of these services and programs are for United States Military Veterans who served in the United States Armed Forces and whose last discharge from the service was Honorable. The Veteran MUST provide proof of service and honorable discharge when requesting service or when enrolling into programs (DD-214 or other official discharge documents – we can assist in getting these records).
The Grundy County Veterans Assistance Commission meets monthly on the Third Saturday of each month at the John Martin Steele VFW in Morris. Meetings are at 10:00 AM. Veterans and the public are welcome to attend.
Please contact us for additional details on these and other programs at:
Grundy County Veterans Assistance Commission
1802 N Division Street Suite 202
Morris, IL 60450
General Office hours are: Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM / 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM