WASHINGTON – A resolution introduced by Senator Mike Braun, Senator Todd Young, and Representative Jim Baird to recognize the 125th anniversary of the Indiana Veterans Home passed the U.S. Senate.

Since 1896, the Indiana Veterans home has maintained a strong tradition of providing care to Hoosier veterans and their families. 

“The men and women who serve our nation and defend our values deserve the best care possible,” said Senator Mike Braun. “The Indiana Veterans Home has long been a cornerstone for veteran care in the Hoosier State and I am proud to recognize their 125 years of dedication to our military heroes and their families.”

“For over a century, the Indiana Veterans Home has provided Hoosier veterans and their families with the care and service they have earned,” said Senator Young. “I am honored to join Senator Braun and Congressman Baird to honor the 125th anniversary of the Indiana Veterans Home in West Lafayette.”

“Since its inception, the Indiana Veterans Home has been a refuge for our heroes and their families, providing a standard of care worthy of their service to this nation,” said Rep. Baird.  “For 125 years, the Indiana Veterans Home has proudly and faithfully served our Hoosier Veterans, and I am honored to work with my colleagues and Senators Young and Braun to recognize their service.” 


Created to care for veterans of the Civil War, the Indiana Veterans’ Home in West Lafayette, Indiana has provided care to veterans of Indiana for 125 years.