Veterans’ Services

The following providers offer education about benefits, as well as advocacy and direct services for veterans and/or their families.

American Legion
336-631-5471
www.legion.org

American Red Cross
336-724-0511
www.redcross.org

AmVets
336-251-0779
www.amvets.org

Disabled American Veterans
336-631-5481
www.dav.org

Division of Veterans Affairs
8th District Office
336-766-1496
www.doa.state.nc.us/vets

 

Paralyzed Veterans of America
1-800-795-3622
www.pva.org

U.S. Department of Veterans’ Affairs
Health Resource Center
1-877-222-8387
www.va.gov

Veterans of Foreign Wars
336-631-5457
www.vfw.org

 

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Q: I have heard about a Veteran’s Coffee. Where can I get more information?
A:
The Veteran’s Coffee events are open to veterans of all ages and military services. The events are an opportunity for local veterans to connect, share stories and enjoy free coffee, donuts and conversation. Government and non-profit organizations who provide support programs and activities for veterans are invited to attend the events to share information about their programs. For more information call 336.331.1309.

Q: Can you tell me about the new Veteran’s medical center being built for the Triad area?
A: The new Veteran’s Medical Center will be in Kernersville and is scheduled to open in the Spring of 2016.  It will provide easier access to care for Veterans in the Triad – consisting of Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point and the surrounding areas. This new center will offer enhanced out-patient primary care and specialty services for an estimated 34,000 Veterans enrolled in the VA health care system. The Kernersville Health Care Center, a four-story health care facility, will be located on a 40-acre site and will provide more than 20 different medical services to VA patients. For a list of these services click here.

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