State Departments of Veterans Affairs

Each state has a Department or Commission of Veterans Affairs charged with carrying out benefits and services for their states' veterans. States are second only to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs in providing benefits and services to veterans.  

State Departments or Commissions of Veterans Affairs can assist Veterans Treatment Courts in numerous ways.  For example, they can provide a Veterans Service Officer to the court.  Veterans Service Officers are state employees who are trained professionals that assist veterans with obtaining the federal and state benefits they have earned through service.

Learn more about your State's Veterans Agency.

State Departments of Veterans Affairs

Alaska

Hawaii

MinnesotaN. Mariana Islands

Vermont

Alabama

Idaho

Mississippi

Ohio

Virginia

American Samoa

Illinois

Missouri

Oklahoma

Virgin Islands
Arkansas

Indiana

Montana

Oregon

Washington

Arizona

Iowa

Nebraska

Pennsylvania

Washington, D.C.

California

Kansas

Nevada

Puerto Rico

West Virginia

Colorado

Kentucky

New Hampshire

Rhode Island

Wisconsin

Connecticut

Louisiana

New Jersey

South Carolina

Wyoming

Delaware

Maine

New Mexico

South Dakota 

Florida

Maryland

New York

Tennessee 

Georgia

Massachusetts

North CarolinaTexas 
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