Veteran Service Officers will help you write and submit your benefits claims to the VA. Their services are free. They will help you gather the information that supports your claim. Once the claim is filed they will help you track the claim through the system. They can also help you file appeals for denied claims.
It is important that you use a Veteran Service Officer. They will help you avoid the delays that missing paperwork or improperly filled out claims can cause.
We have provided direct links to the major national Veteran Service Organizations, and to state and county Veteran Service Officers. You can use those links to find Veteran Service Officers near you. Of course, you can call us at 888 777-4443 and we will help you locate a VSO.
Veteran Service Organizations
You can see a complete listing of approved organizations on the the VA’s website here. If you are a member of one of those we suggest you contact them for help.
The Following Organizations have Veteran Service Officers Nationwide
You do not have to be a member of these organization to use their services.
|Veterans of Foreign Wars||American Legion||Miltary Order of the Purple Heart|
|Vietnam Veterans of America||Disabled American Veterans||Amvets|
|Paralyzed Veterans of America|
State Veteran Affairs Offices
Every state provides Veteran Service Officers. They will help with VA claims, and they can help you identify benefits available from your state government. Those state benefits can be reduced property taxes, educational benefits, and more. Click on your State below to locate a State or County VSO near you.
Please tell us at firstname.lastname@example.org if any of these links are broken. We’ll update the state’s changes immediately.
For more information about Veteran Service Officers or help finding one contact us.