PLYMOUTH NORTH HIGH SCHOOL 10AM-2PM
William C. Dodge
Veteran's Service Officer
Carin L. Smith
Deputy Veteran's Service Officer
870 Moraine Street
Marshfield, MA 02050
Phone: (781) 834-5576
Fax: (781) 837-1239
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Veteran Expo will take place at Plymouth North High School on Saturday, November 15th at 10am-2pm. Free Food, Music and Family/ Kid activities with something for Everyone!
Our Mission The mission of the Marshfield Department of Veterans’ Services
is to be the chief advocate for Marshfield veterans and their families.The Marshfield Department of Veterans' Services provides information and assistance in obtaining any federal state or local veterans benefit or veterans services to which they may be entitled. Examples of these benefits include but are not limited to VA Disability Claims and Pensions, Financial and Medical Assistance under MGL Chapter 115, Pension with Aid and Attendance, Property Tax Exemptions , Annuities and Deferrals, etc. Our goal is to provide this service with the dignity and respect these men and women have earned through their service to our nation.
Definition of "Veteran" G.L. Chapter 4, Section 7, Clause 43
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
MILITARY RECORDS REQUEST
DD 214 CORRECTIONS AND UPGRADES
VA FORM LIBRARY
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HOLIDAY SCEDULE FOR MAIL TO THE TROOPS!
To ensure timely delivery of holiday wishes by Dec. 25, send cards and packages to military APO/FPO/ DPO addresses overseas no later than the dates recommended:
The following are deadlines recommended by military postal officials for sending to APO/FPO/DPO AE zips. Remember to subtract 28 days from each deadline to get it there before Hanukkah.
First-class mail (letters, cards and priority mail): Dec. 10; Dec. 3 for items going to Afghanistan and other contingency areas
Parcel Airlift Mail: Dec. 3
Space Available Mail: Nov. 26
Express Military Mail: Dec. 17 (Check with your local post office to see if it is available to your location. It is not available for contingency locations.)
Officials advise that the nine-digit ZIP code format should be used for all military FPO/APO mail to ensure delivery
MILITARY DISCOUNTS: (ALWAYS ASK!) http://www.military.com/discounts
And dowload local list: 174 stores and services offering military discounts!
FamilyFlyerOctober102014.pdf Family Flyer Supporting Families of Cape Cod and Southeastern NE Workshops, Career and Job Opportunities, Family Readiness
Resource Guide for Veterans and Service Members http://www.mass.gov/ago/docs/civilrights/vets-guide.pdf
Military Retired Handbooks- Download
Click to see whats new in the Veterans Corner!!
Job Postings, News and Veteran Events, Career Assistance and Training
Women Veterans' Network: The mission of the Women Veterans' Network is to provide women with information on benefits; expand awareness of the needs of women veterans; and identify available health and human resources to meet those needs.
VETERANS’ BILL OF RIGHTS
Veterans, you have a right to:
- File a written application for veterans’ benefits at anytime. You can insist upon this right, even if told that you are ineligible.
- Get help from your local city or town veterans’ agent or town clerk in completing your application. [M.G.L., Chapter 115, Section3]
- Receive a full explanation of the services and veteran’s benefits available under M.G.L., Chapter 115, as well as other available benefits.
- Receive a written notice and explanation of the approval or denial of your application for benefits. [108 CMR 8:02 (1)]
- Be treated with dignity and respect and to receive accurate, courteous, and timely service.
- Appeal and request a hearing if you disagree with any action taken in your case. [108 CMR 8:07(1)]
- Expect confidentiality; personal information will not be collected or used except for the purpose of determining your eligibility for benefits.
- Receive fair and equal treatment without regard to veterans’ status [M.G.L., Chapter 40, Section 51] race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex or handicap. [M.G.L, Chapter 151B, Section 3]
- Preference in public employment. [M.G.L., Chapter 31, Section 25 and Chapter 41, Section 112]
For additional information on your rights, speak to your local city or town Director of Veterans’ Services/Veterans’ Service Officer by calling your local city or town hall, or call the Department of Veterans’ Services at (617) 727-3578 or their web site: www.state.ma.us/veterans.
Links to help you find all the benefits you may be eligible for:
- EBenefits How to Apply for VA Benefits
DVS The Official Website of the Department of Veterans' Services
FORMS click here- (or download SF180.pdf Request for Military Records)
ID Card Facility Locations click here!
Massachusetts Guide to Veterans' Laws & Benefits
Laws and Benefits Document (downloadable)
MA Veterans Service Officers Assoc. Inc
Mass Vets Advisor
Log on to Mass Vets Advisor below to find all the benefits
you may be entitled to. Tailor your search using the search button
and the parameter options on the left side of the page.
My Health E Vet My HealtheVet is VA’s online personal health record. It was designed for Veterans, active duty Servicemembers, their dependents and caregivers. My HealtheVet helps you partner with your health care team. It provides you opportunities and tools to make informed decisions and manage your health care
National Resource Directory for Vets
Obtain your records http://www.archives.gov/veterans/military-service-records/
Unit Finder Search all 5 military branches for your favorite units, past and present, at the Military Unit Finder.
US Department of Veterans Affairs
Veterans Inc aims to remain a leading provider of services that improve the lives of veterans and their families by providing the highest quality services; and continuing to create new opportunities in the areas of health, employment and housing.
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