-Help with accessing VA benefits and services-Housing assistance for homeless Veterans-Supportive services for Veterans and families-Mass. Dept. of Veteran Services Resources-Employment Assistance-Legal Services–Health Screenings-IRS Services-Social Security-Educational Resources
-Personal care items-Gift Bags-Haircuts-Food and refreshmentsAnd more!
Please bring ID (VA card or DD214) if available.
The Buffalo Regional Processing Office’s Veteran Affairs Work Study corporate email box (WORKSTUDY.VBABUFF@va.gov) will no longer be in use and will not be monitored effective Wednesday, June 26, 2019.
Please submit all Work Study documents and inquiries to the Veteran Affair’s inquiry system, “Ask a Question” site, https://gibill.custhelp.va.gov/app/ask. To get started submitting documents through the GI Bill Ask a Question site, you will need to create an account.
Merrimack Valley Veterans Collaborative Meeting
July Speaker: Mitch Gilbert, Veterans Employment Representative for Merrimack Valley Career Center's Disabled Veterans Outreach Program
For more information or to RSVP:
Beginning June 6, 2019, under the MISSION Act, you’ll have more ways to access health care. This includes within VA’s network and through approved non-VA medical providers in your community, called “community care providers.”
Depending on your situation—for example, if a certain type of health service isn’t provided by VA—you may be able to go to a non-VA provider, using your VA coverage.
Visit https://www.missionact.va.gov/ to learn more!