Hamilton County Veterans Affairs Department

Find Hamilton County Ohio veterans affairs departments, or service organizations. Veterans affairs departments like the VA (Veterans Affairs), VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars), Amvets, and vet centers provide information and help with benefits, charities, insurance, disability, medical care, education, programs and compensation for veterans of the US Armed Forces.

American Veterans 36 East 7th Street Cincinnati OH 45202 513-684-2671

Delhi Township Veterans Association 4419 Cloverhill Terrace Cincinnati OH 45238 513-471-8693

Disabled American Veterans 1500 West Galbraith Road Cincinnati OH 45231 513-522-3400

Hamilton County Veterans Services 230 East 9th Street Cincinnati OH 45202 513-946-3441

Korean War Veterans Association Department 3296 Blueacres Drive Cincinnati OH 45239 513-923-4920

Reading Veterans Department 1600 West Street Cincinnati OH 45215 513-554-4422

US Department Of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Service Organizations 36 East 7th Street Cincinnati OH 45202 513-684-2671

US Department of Veterans Affairs - Cincinnati Vet Center 801 West 8th Street Cincinnati OH 45203 513-763-3500

Veterans Of Foreign Wars Duwel Post 7570 9160 Lawrenceburg Road Harrison OH 45030 513-367-6633

Veterans of Foreign Wars 8326 Brownsway Lane Cincinnati OH 45239 513-521-7340

Veterans of Foreign Wars 4204 Clifford Road Deer Park OH 45236 513-791-1830

Veterans of Foreign Wars 140 Main Street Addyston OH 45001 513-941-6428

Veterans of Foreign Wars 3318 East Sharon Road Cincinnati OH 45241 513-563-6830

Veterans of Foreign Wars 36 East 7th Street Cincinnati OH 45202 513-684-2661

Veterans of Foreign Wars 5910 Vine Street Cincinnati OH 45216 513-242-8716

Vietnam Veterans Of America 8418 Reading Road Cincinnati OH 45215 513-761-8007

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About Veterans Affairs Departments

Who is eligible to receive services at a Veteran Center?

Veteran Centers are open to veterans and active duty service members, including members of the National Guard and the Army Reserve. Certain services at Vet Centers are also available to family members of veterans and service members, including counseling services.

What education benefits does the Montgomery GI Bill provide?

The Montgomery GI Bill provides veterans with up to 36 months of funding to study at colleges, technical schools, or vocational schools. The benefit can be used for up to ten years from the date of discharge or release from active duty. Spouses and children of veterans may also be eligible for education benefits through the Dependents' Educational Assistance program.

What housing programs are available to veterans?

The VA runs a housing program through the Veterans Benefits Administration that offers loans to veterans to purchase homes, primarily in rural areas and small towns where private financing may not be available. Veterans may also use the service to refinance a home.