The Veterans Affairs Commission provides
assistance to Delaware County veterans who were discharged under Honorable
Conditions and/or their family members. Veterans need to have served 90
consecutive days of active Federal service for other than training to qualify.
The Veterans Affairs Commission also provides assistance to veterans and/or
their family members in applying for federal benefits and other veterans aid,
which include but are not limited to:
connected disability compensation
records upgrade and military records replacement
Orange/PTSD/Desert Storm Sickness/Type II Diabetes/HepC
for VA HealthCare System
for admission to the Iowa Veterans Home
federal programs for which veterans and/or dependents may be eligible
designation on Drivers License OR visit your Local DOT office
Help with the following needs is available, subject to eligibility guidelines:
or mortgage payments
For those who wish to register with the VA Medical Center in Iowa City, please
choose one of the following three options:
Low income veterans may now qualify for help with dental, medical, vision,
house/vehicle repairs, etc through the Iowa Veterans Trust fund. You can access
the application and further information at
https://va.iowa.gov or contact Raylynn or Peggy at 563-927-5116.
Veterans Affairs office: 601 Grant Street
Manchester, Iowa 52057 Hours Office is open: 8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Call office for an appointment Phone Number: (563) 927-5116
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