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The Veterans Service Commission Main office (Prospect Avenue) will be closed on Monday, July 18th through Thursday, July 21st. We will be OPEN on Friday, July 22nd
. Our satellite office located in the Federal Building will be closed Monday, July 18th through Friday, July 22nd.
Our satellite offices located at: Wade Park VA Hospital, Parma CBOC, CRRC Office and Solon Branch Library WILL BE OPEN the week of July 18th through July 22nd.
Please check out the new (additional) locations the Veteran Service Commission will be at to service our veterans and their families.
The Veterans Service Commission was established to assist honorably discharged veterans, their spouses and minor children. We prepare claims for the Federal Department of Veterans Affairs so that veterans and their eligible dependents can receive compensation, pension and education benefits. We also assist our clients who have met with unexpected hardships by providing financial assistance to help with mortgage, rent, food, utilities and other expenses of daily life. We prepare veterans for employment and provide resources that enhance their qualifications for new careers. Our social work staff can provide a case managed environment for those clients who need more direct intervention.
While the Veterans Service Commission is not funded by, or associated with the Federal Department of Veterans Affairs, our Service Department assists veterans and their families with VA claims.
The Veterans Service Commission does not take applications over the phone and will never call you to solicit any personal information such as Social Security number, VA claim number, or date of birth. Do not give any of your personal information to anyone who calls you claiming to represent any agency.
The Veterans Service Commission is legislated by the State of Ohio and funded by Cuyahoga County property taxes.
Each of the 88 Veterans Service Commissions in the State of Ohio has a board of five Commissioners created under the Ohio Revised Code, ORC 5901, who administer the programs for their respective counties.
|Veterans Service Commissioners
Clayton E. Uzell