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Welcome to Perry County Veteran's Affairs
Where every day is Veteran's Day!

Phone: 717-582-5133
Fax: 717-582-5134
Mailing Address:
Perry County Veterans Affairs
P.O. Box# 37
New Bloomfield, PA  17068

Office Hours: Monday - Thursday  8:00 AM-4:00 PM
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For your convenience, please call for appointment)                    
                      
Friday - Appointments Only

 

Location:
Perry County Veterans Affairs
25 West Main Street
New Bloomfield, PA 17068

Veterans’ Affairs office assists veterans in obtaining benefits and official discharge papers by determining their eligibility and preparing necessary Veterans’ Administration forms.  It provides assistance to the widows/widowers of recently deceased veterans. 
 
It also coordinates with local veterans organizations to disperse appropriations for expenses for Memorial Day, Veterans Day, and Independence Day observances. 
 
The office issues grave burial flags to appropriate agency/organizations in observance of Memorial Day.
 
 

Announcements  

 

Attention Veterans needing Emergency Care:

If you are enrolled in the VA Medical Benefits and require Emergency Medical/Room treatment outside the VA, for VA to pay those medical costs, you must contact Lebanon VAMC within 48 hours and request payment through fee Basis.  Failure to contact Lebanon VAMC within the 48 hours may be reason for a denial for payment by the VA of any of the costs for your treatment.

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Camp Lejeune:

 Disability compensation VA recently proposed a rule to create presumptive service connection for Veterans, Reservists, and National Guard members exposed to contaminants in the water supply at Camp Lejeune from August 1, 1953 through December 31, 1987 who later developed one of the following eight diseases:

Adult leukemia
Aplastic anemia and other myelodysplastic syndromes
Bladder cancer
Kidney cancer
Liver cancer
Multiple myeloma
Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma
Parkinson's disease

Presently, these conditions are the only ones for which there is sufficient scientific and medical evidence to support the creation of presumptions; however, VA will continue to review relevant information as it becomes available. Veterans who are experiencing other health conditions that they think may be related to contaminated water at Camp Lejeune are encouraged to contact their primary care provider and to file a claim. VA reviews and decides disability compensation claims on a case-by-case basis. -

See more at: http://www.publichealth.va.gov/exposures/camp-lejeune/#sthash.ZA1frcoV.dpuf


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ATTENTION VETERANS: If you are planning on signing up for Social Security, take your DD-214 to the appointment.  Your Military Service may increase your monthly benefit.

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Links

Documents

2020 Census Jobs Available!.pdf2020 Census Jobs Available
Veteran's Day Parade - 2019.pdfVeteran's Day Parade - 2019
FEDERAL BENEFITS for Veterans, Dependents and Survivors.pdfFEDERAL BENEFITS for Veterans, Dependents and Survivors
VETERANS RESOURCE GUIDE.pdfVETERANS RESOURCE GUIDE
VETERANS RESOURCE GUIDE - CONTINUED.pdfVETERANS RESOURCE GUIDE - CONTINUED
Flight A Travel.pdfFlight A Travel
Hometown Heroes.pdfHometown Heroes - Veterans Banner Program
IB10-449_camp_lejeune.pdfNew 2015 Camp Lejeune Fact Sheet
Supportive Services for Veteran Families.pdfSupportive Services for Veteran Families
MST Claims Fact Sheet 2013.pdfMST Claims Fact Sheet
Veterans Charities.pdfHow to check out Veterans Charities
WARNING TO VETERANS.pdfWarning to Veterans!