Veterans Administration

The main purpose of the United States Department of Veterans Affairs is to assist and care for veterans and provide them any help in which is needed.

The United States Department of Veterans Affairs, otherwise known as Veterans Administration, provides the most comprehensive benefits for veterans of any nation in the world. It is a of extreme importance to all veterans but can be a complex and frustrating bureaucracy to wade through. Just the sheer number of VA websites can be confusing for those who are searching for information on VA benefits and programs. Fortunately, there are only four Veterans Administration Home Pages that one can start with. These are:

1. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

2. Veterans Health Administration

3. Veterans Benefits Administration

4. National Cemetery Administration

These four websites listed, below, are the starting point for any search for information on the Veterans Administration. We have chosen not to list the hundreds of other VA websites and webpages due to their constantly changing nature, as well as the possibility of the novice finding themselves on a "rabbit trail" due to just the sheer number of pages available. The only exception to the above is that there is a link below to ebenefits, the online gateway to your VA benefits and claims.

You will also find another sub page on this website for VA Claims and Appeals which provides VA links to this area of extreme importance and complexity.

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