For Veterans

Services and Benefits, VSOs, Advocacy, More

Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs
Mandated by state statute to assist veterans and their family members and survivors in securing any benefits they may be entitled to because of service in the military. The Division does this by serving as a central source of information on veterans benefits, rights and issues; and by training, directing and assisting the county veterans service officers who are the local veterans assistance agencies in every county in Connecticut. Add To Favorites

Disabled American Veterans: Department of Connecticut
Since its founding more than 80 years ago, the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) has been dedicated to a single purpose: building better lives for America's disabled veterans and their families. Add To Favorites

Hispanic-American Veterans of Connecticut
Provides bilingual (Spanish and English) services to any Connecticut veteran who is actively serving, honorably discharged, or retired, to include members of the immediate family. Add To Favorites

Office for Veterans’ Workforce Development
Works to assist you in acquiring the various benefits and services you might be entitled to receive and to make your transition from military to civilian life as seamless as possible. Please take time to browse through the various pages, which include information on employment assistance, unemployment insurance, veteran preference and benefits options, training opportunities, women's issues, job fairs, career coaching, résumé preparations, job search workshops, veteran's services, and legislative updates and current events relating to veterans. Add To Favorites

VA Connecticut Healthcare System
VA Connecticut proudly serves veterans throughout Connecticut in its 2 main campuses and six community-based outpatient clinics. Add To Favorites