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We counsel, advise, and assist Georgia’s veterans and their families to receive the benefits they are entitled to under veteran's laws.
Not sure if you qualify for veterans benefits? We'll help you figure it out.
Are you a veteran in crisis or concerned about one? Call the Veterans Crisis Line at 988 (Press 1), send a text, or visit their website to chat with someone at any time.
No matter what you’re experiencing, there are resources and support systems to help. You don't have to be enrolled in VA benefits or health care to call.
Leaving military service? The VECTR Center provides veterans with career training and educational resources as they enter the civilian workforce.
Looking for new work opportunities? Many Department of Labor offices have a veterans resource officer on staff. They can help you find employment or training near you.
Every Georgia veteran with honorable service during the Vietnam War is eligible to receive this certificate.
We’re teaming up with other state agencies to learn how we can better help veterans’ transition back into society.
A registration rally for veterans covered by the PACT Act will be held on Tuesday, April 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Kennesaw State University Center.
Let’s Connect is a two-day summit that aims to increase connection among the members of the Georgia Suicide Prevention Task Force.