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Young County – Veteran Services Office

County veteran services offices provide assistance, counsel and advocacy for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents, helping them to obtain state and federal veterans’ benefits. The offices can help secure copies of DD214s, medals and certificates, and provide information on VA healthcare, service-connected claims, pensions, dependency indemnity claims, education, home loans, insurance, burial benefits and other veterans concerns. There is a county residence requirement to obtain service.

Young County

516 4th StreetGraham, TX 76450 USA

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Wood County – Veteran Services Office

County veteran services offices provide assistance, counsel and advocacy for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents, helping them to obtain state and federal veterans’ benefits. The offices can help secure copies of DD214s, medals and certificates, and provide information on VA healthcare, service-connected claims, pensions, dependency indemnity claims, education, home loans, insurance, burial benefits and other veterans concerns. There is a county residence requirement to obtain service.

Wood County

PO Box 312Quitman, TX 75783 USA

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Wichita County – Veteran Services Office

County veteran services offices provide assistance, counsel and advocacy for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents, helping them to obtain state and federal veterans’ benefits. The offices can help secure copies of DD214s, medals and certificates, and provide information on VA healthcare, service-connected claims, pensions, dependency indemnity claims, education, home loans, insurance, burial benefits and other veterans concerns. There is a county residence requirement to obtain service.

Wichita County

600 Scott Street, Ste 203Wichita Falls, TX 76301 USA

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Van Zandt County – Veteran Services Office

County veteran services offices provide assistance, counsel and advocacy for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents, helping them to obtain state and federal veterans’ benefits. The offices can help secure copies of DD214s, medals and certificates, and provide information on VA healthcare, service-connected claims, pensions, dependency indemnity claims, education, home loans, insurance, burial benefits and other veterans concerns. There is a county residence requirement to obtain service.

Van Zandt County

1607 VZCR 4517Van, TX 75790 USA

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Titus County – Veteran Services Office

County veteran services offices provide assistance, counsel and advocacy for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents, helping them to obtain state and federal veterans’ benefits. The offices can help secure copies of DD214s, medals and certificates, and provide information on VA healthcare, service-connected claims, pensions, dependency indemnity claims, education, home loans, insurance, burial benefits and other veterans concerns. There is a county residence requirement to obtain service.

Titus

100 W 1st StreetMt. Pleasant, TX 75455 USA

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Stephens County – Veteran Services Office

County veteran services offices provide assistance, counsel and advocacy for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents, helping them to obtain state and federal veterans’ benefits. The offices can help secure copies of DD214s, medals and certificates, and provide information on VA healthcare, service-connected claims, pensions, dependency indemnity claims, education, home loans, insurance, burial benefits and other veterans concerns. There is a county residence requirement to obtain service.

Stephens County

1860 CR 217Breckenridge, TX 76424 USA

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Smith County – Veteran Services Office

County veteran services offices provide assistance, counsel and advocacy for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents, helping them to obtain state and federal veterans’ benefits. The offices can help secure copies of DD214s, medals and certificates, and provide information on VA healthcare, service-connected claims, pensions, dependency indemnity claims, education, home loans, insurance, burial benefits and other veterans concerns. There is a county residence requirement to obtain service.

Smith County

210 E. Ferguson StreetTyler, TX 75702 USA

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Rockwall County – Veteran Services Office

County veteran services offices provide assistance, counsel and advocacy for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents, helping them to obtain state and federal veterans’ benefits. The offices can help secure copies of DD214s, medals and certificates, and provide information on VA healthcare, service-connected claims, pensions, dependency indemnity claims, education, home loans, insurance, burial benefits and other veterans concerns. There is a county residence requirement to obtain service.

Rockwall County

1215 E. Yellowjacket LaneRockwall, TX 75087 USA

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Rains County – Veteran Services Office

County veteran services offices provide assistance, counsel and advocacy for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents, helping them to obtain state and federal veterans’ benefits. The offices can help secure copies of DD214s, medals and certificates, and provide information on VA healthcare, service-connected claims, pensions, dependency indemnity claims, education, home loans, insurance, burial benefits and other veterans concerns. There is a county residence requirement to obtain service.

Rains County

PO Box 158Emory, TX 75440 USA

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Project INVEST

Project INVEST (INjured Veterans Entering Sport Training) was established in 2012 and has served injured, ill and wounded military by offering adaptive sports and activities at various venues and locations through North Texas. We serve disabled military, both active duty and veterans, with a permanent physical/psychological conditions such as amputations, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, visual impairments, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Pioneer Hall 208EDenton, TX 76204 USA

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