Veteran’s Officer: Ron Brown
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The role of County Veterans Service Officer is to assist Veterans, their dependents, and their survivors to obtain State and Federal benefits for which they qualify.
A Message from the Yuma County Veteran’s Service Officer
It is my pleasure to assist Yuma County Veterans and their families in a friendly and professional manner. I am State certified, through training and testing, to help Veterans obtain the benefits they qualify for. I travel throughout the County to meet with Veterans in a private setting of their choice, at their convenience, and work diligently to get each Veteran all the benefits they qualify for. The five major VA benefits we provide assistance with include Claims for service connected disabilities, Non-service connected pension, Burial and survivor benefits, Enrollment into VA health care, and Education benefits eligibility. Other sources of assistance we utilize:
- Volunteers of America–for homeless veterans
- Veterans of Foreign Wars
- American Legion
- Wounded Warriors
- Disabled American Veterans
- Paralyzed Veterans of America
- Vietnam Veterans of America
- Crisis Hotline # 1-800-273-8255-1
The PACT Act and your VA Benefits
The PACT Act is a new law that expands VA health care and benefits for Veterans exposed to burn pits and other toxic substances. This law helps us provide generations of Veterans — and their survivors — with the care and benefits they’ve earned and deserve.
Read more to help answer your questions about what the PACT Act means for you or your loved ones.
Suicide Awareness and Prevention Program Resources
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