Greater Windsor Veterans Council

Serving those who have served

Military Appreciation Day Event – 4/20/24

All are invited to join us for a family fun event, showing appreciation for our military

Veteran Property Tax Exemption Reminder:

If you’re an eligible Veteran seeking a Veteran’s Exemption on next July’s Tax bill, ensure your Honorable Discharge is on file with the Town Clerk’s Office by Sept 30. If your DD-214 has already been filed, there is no need to refile.

Get involved with other Veterans in the Windsor area

All who have served, active, guard, reserve and retired, are invited to join a new group, the Greater Windsor Veterans Council, which meets monthly with the goal of creating social opportunities and increasing awareness of resources available to local Veterans of all ages. 

We are actively seeking new members!

Please fill in your information below if you are interested in joining the Greater Windsor Veterans Council.

Veteran’s Coffee Hour

We invite all Veterans of any age and from any town to join us at the L.P. Wilson Community Center on the last Thursday of each month from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM in the Cafeteria for a Veteran’s Coffee Hour. Come meet new people, share stories, and learn about valuable resources.

Resources for Veteran’s

Veterans Resources Documents
Download our Veterans Resources Documents and view them online digitally or print them out to keep on hand. Windsor Veterans are entitled to a variety of services offered through the Town, State and Federal governments. Should you have any questions, please contact our Veteran Municipal Agent, Maggie Goodman at 860-285-1873.

Veteran’s Crisis Line

24/7, confidential crisis support for Veterans and their loved ones.

Dial 988, then press 1.

DAV: Disabled American Veterans

Transportation assistance, employment opportunities, benefits, and more.

Veterans Service officer US DVA Newington: 860-594-6612

Veterans of Foreign Wars

Fostering camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts.

Windsor Post 4740: Pete Ford – 860-833-6593 
Veterans Service officer US DVA Newington: 860-594-6610

The American Legion

Patriotic veterans organization devoted to helping Veterans.

Windsor Post 59: 860-688-4766
Veterans Service officer US DVA Newington: 860-594-6600
American Legion, Connecticut State Headquarters: 860-436-9986

CT Dept. Mental Health & Addiction Services

Provides support services for mental health issues.


U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Healthcare, benefits, and services for veterans.

Newington Campus: 860-666-6951
West Haven VA Medical Center: 203-932-5711

CT Department of Veterans Affairs

Benefits, programs, services, and resources for CT Veterans.

Veterans Service officer US DVA Newington: 860-594-6604

Make the Connection

Find stories like yours. Veterans and their loved ones talk about their experiences, challenges, and recovery.

American Red Cross Veteran Services

Explore veteran services from the American Red Cross.


Mesothelioma Guide for Veterans

Learn about financial and health benefits.


Hartford Vet Center

Rocky Hill: 860-563-8800

VFW Post 4740 Windsor, CT

276 Broad St. Windsor, CT 06095
Office: 860-925-6035

CT Department of Veterans Affairs Website

CT Department of Veterans Affairs – Rocky Hill – Facebook