Missouri State Library Announces Launch of Brainfuse Vetnow 

Jefferson City, Mo. — Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft and the Missouri State Library, a division within his office, are proud to announce the launch of Brainfuse VetNow—offering support and guidance to local veterans and their families with services such as navigating Veteran Affairs, providing academic tutoring, even employment transition assistance. 

VetNow is available to all Missourians from any computer or mobile device through their local public library. To access VetNow, please visit your library's website or Brainfuse.com to find a link to your local public library.

“Veterans put others before themselves—we offer them a huge debt of gratitude,” said Ashcroft. “We’re happy to partner with a service that provides support and tools for Missouri veterans and their families to reach their life and career goals.”  

VetNow includes the following features:

“Libraries are instrumental in providing resources to veterans and their families," said State Librarian Robin Westphal. “The Missouri State Library is always looking for ways to help libraries better serve their communities. VetNow, with live online navigators that are also veterans, is a way for all libraries in Missouri, to assist veterans.”

The project is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State.