Welcome and thank you for your service!
When you come in to the Veterans Service Office you will be referred to a service officer for assistance. The Veterans Service Officer (VSO) has a comprehensive understanding of the problems that confront veterans and their dependents. The VSO knows the extent, the meaning, and the application of laws that have been passed by Congress to benefit veterans and their families. They also understand the rules and regulations adopted by the Department of Veterans Affairs and can use that knowledge to give you the best advice possible as you pursue VA benefits.
We serve Nye and Esmeralda Counties and are Nationally Certificated with seven service organizations to provide veterans services to those pursuing Veteran Benefits. We maintain confidential and sensitive client information and files while conducting inter-governmental (County, State, and Federal) relations to best provide the Veteran with the resources they need. We further conduct outreach to rural and frontier communities throughout Southern Nevada to include Amargosa, Beatty and Tonopah.
Listed below are Veterans Service Organizations our officers accredited with and are certified through the VA to represent on the Client’s behalf.
- American Legion
- American Veterans
- Marine Corps League
- National Association of County Veterans Service Officers
- Nevada Department of Veterans Services
- The Retired Enlisted Association
Our service officers are required to complete annual continuing education training and re-certification classes through the National Association of Veterans Service Officers to keep current on the constantly changing VA rules and regulations. We take pride in our knowledge of Veterans Benefits and our ability to provide you with the most up-to-date information about Veterans Benefits.
Our office can offer aid in areas including, but not limited to, Disability Compensation/Service Connection, Non-Service Connected Pension, Dependency and Indemnity Compensation, Death Pension, Burial Benefits, Healthcare Applications, Vocational Rehabilitation, Education Benefits, Life Insurance, Home Loan Guarantees, Appeals, Ribbons and Medals, and more.
Nevadans across the state honor our veterans’ remarkable legacy of service and work together to ensure veterans and their families understand and connect to opportunities that enrich their lives.
Advocate for and provide superior service to Nevada veterans and their families—and to provide our communities and partners the opportunity to contribute to these endeavors. Through our four major programs we assist veterans prepare and submit claims for benefits, provide skilled nursing care, provide dignified burial support, and successfully reintegrate into Nevada communities.
Who We Serve
Veterans, active service members, National Guard and Reserve, their families, and their survivors