Your education is important, don't let your health interfere. Information on VA Benefits, the Affordable Health Care Act, and more
As a Veteran you are entitled to numerous benefits. Learn more about what benefits are available to you- General Health Benefits Information
To apply for health benefits start by filling out this online form.
Need in-person help? Visit our office for step-by-step instructions
Not sure how to fill out the claims paperwork? Confused which claims you can apply for? Get help from a National Service Officer who is trained in all aspects of veterans' benefits. Visit our office to find the nearest National Service Officer.
Your education is of paramount importance, and your mental health can affect your ability to learn or focus. Have PTSD or TBI, trouble focusing, difficulty remembering? Take the next step in your education, let us help.
Experiencing difficulty focusing in class or remembering the lesson? Dr.Karen Pittenger's Veteran Cognition and Academic Success Project may help; click the link to learn more.
Suffering from PTSD or TBI? Check out these TBI/PTSD Resources.
Need someone to talk to? The Veteran Crisis Line offers a toll free hotline, online chat, and texting. Click here to get connected.
Injured during your service? Get the compensation and support you deserve.
The YMCA offers military outreach and respite child care for eligible military families. Click here to see if the YMCA can help support you and/or your family.
Love sports? Looking to compete? Join the VA Adaptive Sports Program. Learn more here.
Whether it be mental, physical, or academic- we can help. Click the links below to learn more about your rights as a veteran.
Looking for a resource you can visit on campus? Visit Disability Resources and Services.
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