Pennsylvania's Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) provides services to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's veterans and their families, and oversees and support the members of the Pennsylvania National Guard.
The Pennsylvania DMVA offers a wide range of benefits for Pennsylvania's veterans such as
Burial Benefits, Disability Benefits, Education Benefits, Transition Assistance & Employment Benefits, Health Benefits, Homeless Veteran Services, Home Loans, Voting Assistance, and Widow/Widower Benefits.
Pennsylvania partners with Department of Military and Veterans Affairs for benefit claims for Pennsylvania Vets. Seeking benefits from the USDVA often can be a difficult task due to complex rules and laws. Vets should seek help from County Veteran Services which are located in all 67 counties in Pennsylvania. The County Director of Veteran Affairs (CDVA) provide advocacy to veterans, service members and veteran families to assist them in any veteran program or benefit.
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Other locations that help veterans with understanding and helping them with benefit claims are the American Legion, AMVET, Blinded Veterans Association, Disabled American Veterans, Military Order of the Purple Heart, Veterans of Foreign Wars, United Spinal Association, Vietnam Veterans of America, and the Jewish War Veterans organizations.