To help you and your family get all the benefits you earned, the DAV maintains a corps of approximately 270 National Service Officers (NSOs) in 72 offices across the United States and Puerto Rico.
- There's never any charge for the assistance these veterans' benefits experts provide to you and your family. You do not have to be a DAV member to receive these free services, either.
- DAV NSOs are all service-connected disabled veterans themselves, so they understand where you're coming from.
- They offer counseling on veterans benefits administrated by the United States Department of Veterans Affiars (VA), including disability compensation, health care, pension, survivors' benefits, employment rights, education, and more.
- These highly trained professionals help folks like you assemble evidence needed to support claims for benefits, bulding their cases and preparing claim forms and briefs. They also present claims before government agencies, boards, and appellate bodies.
- The DAV also prrovides disater relief to disabled veterans affected by catastrophes such as tornadoes, hurricanes, or floods.
- A national magazine, local chapter meetings, and other functions keep members up to date on issues affecting their rights. There's also a comprehensive package of member benefits, including price discounts and exclusive bargins.
- On the local level, DAV volunteers transport sick and disabled veterans to and from VA medical facilities for treatment.
- In addition, our volunteers annually contribute 2.5 million hours to veterans at VA hospitals. Through a variety of local programs, these dedicated volunteers reach into their communities, to help disabled veterans and their families.
Veterans Helping Veterans!
WHAT IS THE DAV? WHO BELONGS?
- The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a nonprofit association of some 1.2 million U.S. military veterans who suffered some degree of disability while serving in a time of war or armed conflict.
- Founded in 1920 and chartered by Congress, the DAV is dedicated to a single purpose: building better lives for disabled veterans and their families.
- With headquarters offices in Cincinnati and Washington, the DAV focuses strictly on serving veterans and their families. A nonpartisan organization, it has no political action committees (PAC) and neither endorses nor opposes candidates for political office. The DAV is totally funded by dis and contributions and receives no federal funding.
- the DAV continually fills openings on its professional and management staff with veterans disabled during recent armed conflicts, so we'll be around as long as you and other veterans need our free services.
OK Disabled American Veterans
Commander - Craig Vance
Senior Vice Commander -Richard Marsack
1st Junior Vice Commander - Ray Helton
2nd Junior Vice Commander -
Finance Officer - Fred A White Jr.
Judge Advocate - Paul Wekenmann
Department Inspector - Lind
We are dedicated to a single purpose: empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. We accomplish this by making sure veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them; fighting for the interest
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