A list of general resources for Veterans to find the services they need
Find out how to file an appeal. The VA appeals process is set in law and is different from other judicial appeals processes.
Part of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), located in Washington, D.C. that conducts hearings and decides appeals properly, before the Board, in a timely manner.
Learn about the state and federal benefits Veterans are entitled to receive and how to claim them. Those benefits could compensate for a service-connected disability, allow veterans to begin or resume college education, care for their health, train for or find employment, buy a home, live out remaining years with dignity and respect, and more.
The Center for Minority Veterans works to ensure that all veterans receive equal services regardless of race, origin, religion, or gender.
Women Veterans often report feeling unrecognized and underappreciated. The CWV will address that concern by increasing awareness of women as Veterans among VA employees, raising male Veteran awareness of their women peers and helping women feel more welcome by seeing their experiences as Veterans visibly reflected when they enter a VA facility.
Official website for the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs provides an online list of the organizations and services that are available for veterans.
The e-CFR is an editorial compilation of CFR material and Federal Register amendments produced by the National Archives and Records Administration's Office of the Federal Register (OFR) and the Government Publishing Office. The OFR updates the material in the e-CFR on a daily basis.
VA Forms available in several formats from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
A guide to help military personnel transition back to the home front, following war.
Formerly, United Services of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans. Free membership, connecting veterans and supporters in the community and advocating for post-9/11 veterans. Welcomes all veterans, families, and civilian allies.
Connects transitioning Marines and their family members to education resources, employment opportunities, and other Veterans services that aid in their career and life goals outside of military service.
Offers services and support to military spouses every day of the year.
Table of Contents (with links to each part/section) provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
NASDVA is comprised of State Directors (and in some cases, Commissioners of Veterans Affairs in each state of the U.S.) working together to make a difference in the lives of veterans.
Health care application process for veterans, set up with step by step instructions
Gulf War Registry Health Exam that alerts Veterans of possible long-term health problems that may be related to environmental exposures during their military service. The registry data helps VA understand and respond to these health problems more effectively.
VA Form 10-0137 is an advance directive form that is an official document that allows veterans to specify their preferences for health care. If, someday, the veterans are no longer able to make health care decisions for themselves, this advance directive can help guide the people who will make the decisions for them.
Veterans Benefits Administration Reports provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Veterans Health Administration provides links to publication manuals that prescribe mandatory VHA procedures or operational requirements.
Secure, Reliable, Responsive Records Storage and Management Services
Reports and Recommendations from the Inspector General (Michael J. Missal) published within the last 12 months
Simple and interesting graphical statistics on a variety of topics related to Veterans.
Military Health History Pocket Card for Clinicians
Veterans of the United States armed forces may be eligible for a broad range of programs and services provided by the VA. Eligibility for most VA benefits is based upon discharge from active military service under other than dishonorable conditions, and certain benefits require service during wartime.
Formerly, Center for Veterans Enterprise. VetBiz provides veterans with the steps and tools needed to start their own business in accordance with The Veterans Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development Act of 1999.
Concerns an organization called Veterans Support Organization(VSO) and is not to be confused with, or in any way connected to, the United Service Organization (USO).