Resources for Student Veterans During COVID-19
VA Housing Grants for Disabled Veterans
Current VA Loan Rates Available Locally
Trusted Military and Veteran Service Organizations
Veterans Health Administration
www.archives.gov (To request Military Service Records e.g. DD-214, or use for genealogy and research.)
VA Education Benefits for OEF/OIF/OND
Your Road Map for Success
Move on with your life in a positive way - through education. Access your post-9/11 GI Bill Benefit today!
- Determine which benefit is best for you
- Collect your relevant paperwork and information
- Compare programs and choose the school that best fits your education goals
- Apply today!
Learn more at:
Veteran Education and Accredited Online Colleges:
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) operates the largest health care system in the country, with over 1,400 sites of care across the nation. And once you are enrolled in VA health care, you stay in.
When you become enrolled, you remain enrolled and can receive your care at any VA location without having to enroll again. Learn more.
After you enroll, you can start receiving your healthcare at the VA right away, or later - the choice is yours. Applying for enrollment is as easy as completing an online Application for health Benefits.
Need help? Contact the VA toll free at 1-877-222-VETS (8387)
Have you recently returned from military service? Use the Returning OEF/OIF/OND Veterans Call Center to help you take advantage of your VA benefits today.
Returning OEF/OIF/OND Veterans Call Center
- Obtain information regarding VA Benefits
- Connect to a live representative to answer your questions
- Find out what VA benefits are available for OEF/OIF/OND Vets
- Call: 1-866-606-8216 (7 am - 7 pm M-F)
Wayne County Seniors & Veterans Services
Returning Combat Veterans: Help fro Invisible Wounds
You have served our country honorably and well overseas. Now you deserve to enjoy life after your service. If you are experiencing readjustment problems, making it difficult to reintegrate with your family and stateside life, remember that it is a sign of strength to seek help.
If you think you may be experiencing symptoms of post-traumatic stress or other war-related problems, please check out www.mentalhealth.va.gov.