- Departments I through Z
- Veterans Services
- Available Services
Assistance to family members in applying for headstones and markers for graves, burial expenses reimbursement, burial flags and Presidential Memorial Certificates.
Educational Benefits for Veterans & Dependents
Various education and training programs including the Montgomery GI bill and Veterans Education Assistance Program. Survivors and Dependents Educational Assistance, and Federal Employment and On-the-Job Training, may be available to assist veterans in furthering their education. Visit the Department of Veterans Affairs website for more information.
Enroll in ChampVA Insurance - The Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs (CHAMPVA)
A comprehensive health care program in which the VA shares the cost of covered health care services and supplies with eligible beneficiaries.
Enroll in VA Healthcare
Visit the US Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care Administration page.
If you do not like a VA decision, most can be appealed. Start by contacting our office at 336.318.6909 for an appointment.
Loan Guaranty Home Loan Program
The Loan Guaranty Home Loan Program provides assistance in obtaining VA guaranteed loans for a home, lot, manufactured home or condominium. Visit the US Department of Veterans Affairs website FAQ page for answers about who is eligible for a VA loan and reuse of eligibility for another VA loan.
Obtain DD 214
Visit the National Archives website, the official repository for records of military personnel who have been discharged from the U.S. Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard.
Dependents and survivors of Veterans may apply for Dependency and Indemnity Compensation if the surviving member dies on active duty or as a result of service related disabilities. Visit the US Department of Veterans Affairs website Benefits For Dependents and Survivors page.
State of North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs
The State of North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs provides scholarships for children of certain deceased, disabled or POW/MIA veterans. NCDVA also offers employment hunting and fishing licenses, special auto license plates, certified records and other special programs. The Wake County VSO is available to help access these resources and services.
Service-disabled veterans may be eligible for VA-funded special retraining in order to obtain suitable employment (may include the costs of training, monthly living expenses, counseling, and related medical and dental treatments).
- File Disability Compensation.
- File Non-Service Connected Disability Pension
- Property Tax Exclusions for 100% Disabled Veterans, View our Tax page for more information.
- Direct access to Veterans Benefit Management System (VBMS) to assist in processing VA claims.
- Assistance in obtaining official documents from the Register of Deeds, Vital Records and Clerk of Court in Randolph County.