Many states offer veterans benefits. These benefits may include educational grants and scholarships, special exemptions or discounts on fees and taxes, home loans, veteran's homes, free hunting and fishing privileges, and more.
Each state manages its own benefit programs. The following is a list of links to the websites for each of the individual states that offer veterans benefits. Be sure to take advantage of the benefits you have earned by clicking on the link to your State Department of Veterans Affairs:
|Indiana||New Mexico||West Virginia|
|U.S. Territories and Common Wealth's|
|Territory of Guam||Common Wealth of Puerto Rico||Common Wealth of N. Mariana Islands|
|US Virgin Islands||Washington D.C.|
Additional State Veteran Affairs Resources
The National Association of Directors of State Veterans Affairs (NADSVA) maintains a list of 50 state and four territorial (common wealth) Veterans Affairs offices on their website at http://www.nasdva.net/.
Bipartisan legislation will improve quality of educational programs for servicemembers and veterans