The West Virginia Department of Veterans Assistance oversees a total of 16 service offices located throughout the state. Employees of these offices are trained to assist veterans and their dependents in applying for a variety of state and federal benefits. These services are offered at no charge to the veteran or dependent. If you are interested in applying for benefits, or just want to know what you may qualify for, please contact the service office closest to you.
to see links to all West Virginia
VA Field Office locations
to access the VA search directory for locations outside of West Virginia
Additionally, the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program will assist very low-income Veteran families with a range of suportive services designed to promote housing stability and prevent homelessness. The SSVF Program is funded by a grant from the US Department of Veterans Affairs. A list of supporting organizations and area coverage:
Military OneSource is a website that provides various tools and resources for Veterans, service members, their families, military academy cadets and designated Department of Defense expeditionary civilians. The resources they provide are free and vetted by the Department of Defense. Their mission is to be a single place for service members to be able to find guidance or help with any issue they may have.
The Home Depot (HD) has opened
their Community Impact Grant for 2021
VFW members can receive up to
$5,000 to fund repairs or construction projects at their Post building.
There are of course are no
guarantees to being funded, but several VFW Posts have been awarded this grant.
To begin the process, click on
the following link:
The application must be
submitted online using the posted hyperlink. Telephone calls, emails or written
submissions sent to Home Depot will NOT be accepted, nor will you
be able to turn this application in at your local HD store.