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How does Your County Veterans Affairs Staff Work for You?

Our Veterans Service Representatives are thoroughly trained and accredited by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to represent you. San Bernardino County Department of Veterans Affairs Representatives are not employees of the federal government. They are county employees ready to assist you with any veterans claim.

They will assist you in securing the maximum benefits. Your representative works closely with service officers from a veterans organization of your choice such as:

  • American Legion
  • California Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Disabled American Veterans
  • Military Order of the Purple Heart
  • Paralyzed Veterans of America
  • Veterans of Foreign Wars

.... and many other organizations that maintain staff at federal Veterans Affairs Regional Offices.

We Can assist you with:

  • Compensation for service related disabilities.
  • Pension for veterans with non-service connected disabilities.
  • Education benefits and vocational rehabilitation (application and information).
  • Medical treatment at VA Medical Centers (application and information).
  • Home loan benefits (application and information).
  • Government Life Insurance.
  • Burial Benefits.
  • Pension for non-service related deaths.
  • Proceeds of government life insurance.
  • Military Survivor Benefits Plan (SBP).
  • Medical benefits.
  • Educational benefits including the California College Fee Waiver Program.

We can provide information and referral for:

  • Agent Orange programs.
  • Alcoholism and drug treatment programs.
  • State of California Veterans benefits.
  • Veterans home loans.
  • Hospital care.
  • Outpatient medical and dental care.
  • Small Business Administration programs.
  • Employment and job search resources. 
California College Fee Waiver Program

For dependents of deceased or disabled veterans.

License Plates (Please be patient. This page takes a while to download)
You can proudly and publicly display your status as a veteran and at the same time support legitimate veterans services throughout the state.

Benefits - Fact Sheets

Some of the available Benefits.

Links Page

Helpful Internet links

Federal Benefits Manual For Veterans and Dependents

This pamphlet describes the variety of federal benefits available to
veterans and their dependents as of Jan. 1, 2003. Changes may
occur during the year as a result of legislative or other requirements.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) World Wide Web pages are
updated throughout the year to present the most current information.
The VA Home page ( contains links to sections on
compensation and pension benefits, health care benefits, burial and
memorial benefits, home loan guarantees and other information.

The information presented herein about veterans' programs is in summary form, and is believed to be current and accurate at the time of publication. However, the programs are governed by federal and state laws, and in the event of any conflict between these laws and the information presented herein, the provisions of these laws must control or prevail.

To report problems with this website, please Email the Webmaster. Copyright 2004 Department of Veterans Affairs.
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