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Paralyzed Veterans of America – Lone Star Chapter

A non profit dedicated to helping veterans with spinal cord injuries. Your support helps disabled veterans with benefits, medical services, and rehabilitation they need so they can lead a full life. Lone Star Chapter was formed in 1989.

3925 Forest LaneGarland, TX 75042 USA

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Navarro 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.

Navarro County

300 W. 3rd AvenueCorsicana, TX 75110 USA

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Montague 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.

Montague County

PO Box 103Montague, TX 76251 USA

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McLennan 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.

McLennan County

212 N. 7th StreetWaco, TX 78701 USA

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Limestone 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.

Limestone County

205 S. McKinney StreetMexia, TX 76667 USA

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Lamar 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.

Lamar County

231 Lamar AvenueParis, TX 75460 USA

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Kaufman 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.

Kaufman County

100 W. Mulberry StreetKaufman, TX 75142 USA

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Jack 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.

Jack County

PO Box 211Jacksboro, TX 76458 USA

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Hunt 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.

Hunt County

2801 Stuart StreetGreenville, TX 75401 USA

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Hopkins / Delta 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.

Hopkins/Delta County

118 Church StreetSulpher Springs, TX 75482 USA

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