Welcome to the official web site of the Department of Veterans Affairs
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Mail donation to:
Support Our Veterans Fund
4152 30th Ave. S., Suite 102
Fargo, ND 58104
The Dakota Medical Foundation is proud to match the first $5,000 donated in November.
Turn a moment of silence into a moment of action.
The sacrifices our vets have made are worth more than a minute of remembrance. And during North Dakota Veterans’ Month we are asking you to take action for emergency needs- vision, hearing, dental and other critical care. 100% of your tax deductible donation will go to the North Dakota Veterans.
VRAP offers 12 months of training assistance to Veterans who are at least 35 years old but no older than 60. Eligible participants will receive up to 12 months of training assistance at the full-time payment rate under the Montgomery GI Bill–Active Duty program. DOL will offer employment assistance to every Veteran who participates or applies to the VRAP program.
Our goal is to ensure that every veteran in the State of North Dakota who has served in the military receives every benefit to which he or she may be entitled from the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), allied agencies, and from the State of North Dakota.
The Department has the responsibility of training the Tribal Service Officers and County Veterans Service Officers (who service 53 counties), appointed by their respective County Board of Commissioners. The department disseminates current information to the state veteran population through the use of news media, County Veterans Service Officers and veterans organizations.
The Department also conducts a minimum of two training seminars each year. We accept and carry through to completion claims for entitlement from the US DVA (VA), counsel veterans on employment, educational programs, disability benefits, medical care entitlement, nursing home assistance, death benefits, and other related veterans activities. The Department, working under the supervision of the Administrative Committee, also monitors legislation and assists others in acquiring information. We also administer the Veterans Aid Loan Program, the Transportation Program, and Hardship Grant Program.
We hope that your questions are answered by the information you will find on this site; if they are not, or you would like further details on a particular issue, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Administrative Committee on Veterans Affairs Meeting:
The Administrative Committee will meet Thursday, April 18, 2013 starting at 1:00 p.m. at the Comfort Inn, 1030 E Interstate Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota. There will also be a joint meeting with the ND Veterans Coordinating Council that afternoon. The Appeals/Postwar Trust Fund Subcommittee will be meeting at 9:30am on Thursday, April 18, 2013 at the Comfort Inn, Bismarck ND.
The Spring Conference for County Veterans Service Officers will be held March 25-26-27, 2013 at the Comfort Inn, 1030 E Interstate Avenue, Bismarck, North Dakota.