DMAVA Kicks-Off Veterans Outreach Program
The Veterans Affairs leadership (left to right) Gary Englert, Director of the Division of Veterans Services; Steve Abel, Deputy Commissioner; Bill Devereaux, Director, Division of Veterans Programs and Frank Carlini, Director, Division of Veterans Healthcare pose in front of the I Owe You poster. Photo by Tech. Sgt. Mark Olsen, NJDMAVA/PA.
The New Jersey Veterans Affairs Team owes you a full explanation of your federal and state veterans benefits, entitlements, and services.
Did You Know that your N.J. team manages educational grants for veterans and eligible family members? Did You Know that your N.J. team would process your claim with the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs and represent you at VA hearings? Did You Know that your N.J. team has a Veterans Service Officer that supports each county in the state? Did You Know that your N.J. team operates three state of the art Veterans Nursing Homes?
Did You Know that your N.J. team operates the most active State Veterans Cemetery in the nation? Did You Know that your N.J. team operates a transitional housing program for homeless Veterans?
Did You Know that your N.J. team certifies all education and training programs in the state so that you may use you GI Bill benefits? Did You Know that your N.J. team maintains the NJ Vietnam and Korean War Memorials? Did You Know that your N.J. team will soon build a N.J. World War II Memorial?
To learn more about these programs and more, call 1-888-8NJ-VETS (1-888-865-8387).-
General InformationThe New Jersey Veteran Journal is an official publication of the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, and is intended to serve New Jersey’s veterans, their families, friends, and concerned individuals and groups.
All correspondence should be sent to the editor at: NJDMAVA, PAO-V, PO Box 340, Trenton, NJ 08625-0340.
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