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Resources

U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
Resource Guide

We've compiled an extensive alphabetized database of veterans services offered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. WBN does not claim rights to nor endorse the information provided below. 

In A Crisis?

Dial 1-800-273-8255 and press 1 or text 838255

Deaf or hearing impaired:
1-800-799-4889

Click below for the crisis website

Employment

Click the arrow for more information about Employment services. 

Minority Vets

Click the arrow for more information about Minority Veteran services. 

Sports

Click the arrow for more information about Adaptive Sports and Special Events services. 

Burials & Memorials

Click the arrow for more information about Burials and Memorial services. 

Healthcare

Click the arrow for more information about Healthcare services. 

Pension

Click the arrow for more information about Pension services. 

Spouses, Dependents, and Survivors

Click the arrow for more information about benefits for spouses, dependents, survivors, and family caregivers services. 

Disability

Click the arrow for more information about Disability services. 

Housing

Click the arrow for more information about Housing services. 

PTSD

Click the arrow for more information about PTSD and treatment options. 

Women Vets

Click the arrow for more information about Women's Veteran services. 

Education

Click the arrow for more information about Education services. 

Life Insurance

Click the arrow for more information about  Life Insurance services. 

Records

Click the arrow for more information about how to retrieve Records. 

More Resources by State

Connecticut Veterans Affairs

Click the arrow for more information about the Connecticut Veterans Affairs and its services.

New Jersey Veterans Affairs

Click the arrow for more information about the New Jersey Veterans Affairs and its services.

New York City

To honor the sacrifice of New York City Veterans, Mayor Bill de Blasio created the Department of Veterans’ Services (DVS) on April 8th, 2016, making DVS the first standalone City agency in the country dedicated to serving Veterans and their families.

New York State

The New York State Division of Veterans’ Services (DVS or Division) advocates on behalf of New York’s Veterans and their families, as individuals and as a group, to ensure they receive benefits granted by law for service in the United States Armed Forces.

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