Programs Administered by the Office of Veterans Affairs
Here are some of the programs administered by the Office of Veterans Affairs. Most of these links will take you to pages within the Veteran Services Directory that will have information about the program and how to apply.
Assistance Applying for VA Disability Benefits
One of our most important functions is helping veterans apply for federal disability benefits and survivors apply for survivor benefits. To learn more about the resources available, visit the Veteran Services Director page on VA Disability Benefits.
Located in Randolph Center, our cemetery performs more burials a year than any other cemetery in the state. It is a beautiful location that honors the service of our veterans by providing them perpetual recognition. The cemetery isn't just for veterans, though, as veteran's spouses and some dependents are also eligible for burial.
We maintain nearly 200,000 discharge records from World War I to the present.
We can provide assistance to low income veterans who need financial assistance to pay for a critical life need.
Some disabled veterans and their survivors are eligible for a reduction to their property taxes.
The State of Vermont provides three medals to show its appreciation for military service.
Veterans of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam who don't have a high school diploma can get one through this program.
Learn about the plates that recognize military service... all of which are for no additional charge.
New in 2011, this program provides grants to individuals and organizations who help veterans in Vermont.