Helpful Links for Ohio Military Personnel and Veterans
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Helpful Links for Ohio Military Personnel and Veterans

General Military Liaison and Support
Air Force Wounded Warrior
800-581-9437 (AFW2 Program Office)
Comprehensive care for injured members of USAF and their families.  Will expedite the medical evaluation process if a Wounded Warrior chooses to separate from active duty and will assist in transition to civilian life.  Will assist in providing education, training, vocational rehab.  Will assist in finding medical and non-medical assistance, counseling, and crisis support.
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve
1-800-336-4590 (Customer Service Center)
ESGR informs and educates service members and their civilian employers regarding their rights and responsibilities governed by the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994 (USERRA). ESGR does not have statutory authority to enforce, but serves as a neutral, free resource to employers and service members. ESGR’s trained ombudsmen provide mediation of issues relating to compliance with USERRA.  ESGR also recognizes employers who support servicemember employees.
Military OneSource
Military OneSource is a confidential Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, Guard and Reserve Component members, and their families. Information includes, but is not limited to, deployment, reunion, relationship, grief, spouse employment and education, parenting and childhood, and much more.
Navy Wounded Warrior – Safe Harbor
855-NAVY WWP (628-9997)
The Navy’s sole organization for coordinating the non-medical care of seriously wounded, ill, and injured Sailors and Coast Guardsmen.  Provides resources and support to their families, and provides tailored assistance to optimize the success of the wounded warriors’ recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration.
Ohio Department of Veterans Services  
See featured links section for additional helpful links for Ohio Military Personnel and Veterans.F
Ohio National Guard Family Readiness and Warrior Support Program
Website to provide knowledge and awareness of resources available for servicemembers and families.  It is also designed to allow contact and communication with other families facing the same challenges.
Wounded Warrior Regiment
877-487-6299 (Sergeant Merlin German Wounded Warrior Call Center)
Serves Marines who are wounded in combat, fall ill, or are injured in the line of duty.  This includes active duty, reserve and veteran Marines.  Enables non-medical care for Marines, and provides support and assiFstance to family members to maximize recovery to duty or civilian life.

Financial and Energy Assistance, Guidance, Protection, and Relief

American Fund
Program provides direct urgently needed resources and financial support to injured and critically ill members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families.  This is a self-funded program of the Semper Fi Fund.

American Red Cross
The Red Cross helps military members, veterans and their families prepare for, cope with, and respond to the challenges of military service. Emergency communications, training, support to wounded warriors and veterans, and access to community resources help an average of 150,000 military families and veterans annually.
Ohio Department of Taxation
State and federal income tax laws contain special provisions for members of the military and their families. Includes details on some of the major issues facing military families during income tax filing season (such as Ohio Veterans Bonus, deductions for military stationed outside Ohio, military retirement pay, helpful tips, Frequently Asked Questions, and more).

Operation Homefront
800-692-0956  (Central Great Lakes Office)
Provides various services and financial assistance to military families.  Operates Homefront Village to provide transitional housing for disabled service members, and provides recognition for military family members.

Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
1-800-686-PUCO (7826)
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio offers The Patriot Plan, a program providing protections and benefits to military personnel and their families.  The Patriot Plan can assist qualifying customers with maintaining utility service while serving on active duty. Under the plan, Ohio’s natural gas and electric utilities cannot disconnect the residential utility service of any military reservist or National Guardsman deployed on active duty for nonpayment. 

Semper Fi Fund
760-725-3680  (Business Operations Office)
Provides immediate financial assistance and lifetime support to post 9/11 wounded, critically ill and injured members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, and their families, ensuring that they have the resources they need during their recovery and transition back to their communities.
State Treasurer of Ohio: Smart Money Choices
1-800-228-1102 (State Treasurer of Ohio)
The Office of the Ohio Treasurer offers Smart Money Choices, a free, half-day financial planning conference for all Ohioans, and has previously offered special workshops for veterans.  These workshops offer a financial educational series to veterans, service members and their families. Key topics in the series include local benefits and financial assistance, budgeting, credit and debt management, investments, and identity theft and fraud prevention. Additional topics that may be incorporated into the series include homeownership, retirement and estate planning, and Social Security. 
Housing Resources
Adaptive Homes CDC
Provides transitional housing and home ownership to disabled veterans and their families. Also provides referral services to other nonprofit veterans’ service organizations, renovations to modify existing homes to suit new needs, and the technology features to provide in-home health care services.

Military Warriors Support Foundation
Provides support for combat wounded heroes and Gold Star Families as they transition out of the military and into their new civilian life. Programs include home donation, academic and employment assistance, as well as recreational activities.

Ohio Civil Rights Commission
614-644-1331 or Toll Free: 888-278-7101
Ohio’s civil rights laws prohibit discrimination based on military status in employment, housing, and public accommodations.  Further, should a veteran need the use of an animal assistant due to a disability, Ohio law generally prohibits denying the use of that animal assistant in employment, housing, and public accommodations.  In addition, and in a more general sense, Ohio law also prohibits discrimination based on race, sex, color, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, and disability, thereby protecting veterans in those protected classes, as well.

Peer Support

Boulder Crest Retreat
Provides free, world class, short-duration, high-impact retreats for combat veterans and their families.

Fallen 15
Fallen 15 is dedicated to enriching the lives of the Veteran community. Programs and events are designed to re-establish the bonds and camaraderie often found in a military environment, which are so important to the Veteran identity but are often lost upon returning home or transitioning out of the service. Restoration of these can aid in Warrior recovery and growth.

Summit for Soldiers
Utilizes outdoor adventure programs to provide camaraderie, support, education, encouragement as a therapeutic approach to healing and recovery for veterans, service-members and family members who are living with or suffering from service-related mental health injuries or loss to suicide.

Team Red, White, & Blue
Team RWB’s mission is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity.

The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition
A Columbus, Ohio, organization that connects individuals with disabilities, their families, volunteers, and community organizations through a lifetime of adventure sports.  TAASC serves children and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities.

Vet Motor Sports
Vet Motor Sports uses motorsports as an inspiration to propel veterans forward, to encourage veterans to fund their strengths and motivations and to be inspired. We are not a race team, but use existing team structures to provide needed non-clinical outreach.

Veterans’ Service Records

U.S. National Archives Veterans Service Records
A variety of military records, from photos to documents to searchable databases are available from the U.S. National Archives.
Education, Benefits, & Scholarships
Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission
614-728-7728 (Ohio MIC3 Commissioner, Ohio Department of Education)
The MIC3 (as it’s abbreviated) is an Interstate Compact that governs the treatment of military children as they move from one school district to another as their parents are transferred pursuant to active duty orders.
Ohio AgrAbility at The Ohio State University
614-247-7681 (OhioAgrAbility)
The Ohio AgrAbility Program is part of a national program from the U.S. Department of Agriculture that promotes independence for people in agriculture who want to continue to farm after experiencing a disabling condition. The Ohio State University has partnered with Easter Seals to achieve the program’s goals by providing education, resources, and technical assistance to those individuals and their families so they may continue to be successful in agriculture.
Transition Assistance Advisor Program
614-336-7349 or 614-336-4192 (Transition Assistance Advisors, Columbus, OH)
Transition Assistance Advisors (formerly State Benefits Advisors) work with other Joint Forces Headquarters staff members and Directors of State Family Programs to build a state network of support with Veterans Affairs and community organizations for Service members and their Families to access in their community. Transition Assistance helps Guard members and their families with accessing Veterans Affairs benefits and filing claims, TRICARE, state benefits, and access to community resources.
Troops to Teachers
1-800-852-6064 (Program Manager, Ohio Troops to Teachers)
Troops to Teachers is a U.S. Department of Defense program that helps eligible military personnel begin a new career as teachers in public schools where their skills, knowledge and experience are most needed. The Ohio Troops to Teachers program is housed with the Ohio Department of Veteran Affairs.
University System of Ohio: Education for Veterans
1-877-VETS-OH-1 (Ohio GI Promise)
The University System of Ohio’s initiative Education for Veterans sets out to help veterans, servicemembers and their families achieve college degrees.  The website provides information on the Ohio GI Promise and servicemembers’ and veterans’ rights to in-state tuition, the Servicemembers Opportunity College Consortium and college credit for military training and experience, scholarship opportunities, and on-campus veterans’ support.
Veterans Services on Ohio Campuses
1-877-VETS-OH-1 (Ohio GI Promise)
Many of Ohio's colleges and universities have established programs to support veteran students on their campus. The University System of Ohio compiled this list of contact information and links for campus Veterans’ Services offices across Ohio.
Motor Vehicle Information
Ohio BMV Armed Forces
614-752-7600 (Ohio BMV Driver License Information Center)
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles is required by law to ask all applicants specific questions about military status, and the information gathered is sent to the Department of Veteran’s Services.  The Ohio BMV provides an FAQ about these requirements on its website, and also provides information about veteran’s stamp that can be added for no additional cost to an Ohio driver’s license or identification card.
Ohio BMV Disabled Veteran License Plates
614-752-7800 (Ohio BMV Special License Plate Requests)
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles offers Disabled Veteran license plates to veterans who have a 100% service connected disability and/or have been awarded funds for the purchase of a motor vehicle.  The Ohio BMV website explains a registrant’s eligibility for these plates.
Ohio BMV Specialty Military License Plates
614-752-7800 (Ohio BMV Special License Plate Requests)
The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles offers a variety of specialty military license plates.  The Ohio BMV website displays these plates and explains a registrant’s eligibility for each specific plate.
Legal Assistance
Armed Forces Legal Assistance Program
The Legal Assistance Program focuses on helping service members get their legal affairs in order before they deploy or mobilize, the legal assistance office also serves as a source of legal information on a variety of issues, such as wills and estate planning, family and domestic matters (separation, divorce, child support, child-custody, etc.), citizenship and immigration, taxes, consumer and economic matters, military rights and benefits, landlord-tenant issues and powers of attorney.
Captain Jonathan D. Grassbaugh Veteran’s Project at the Moritz College of Law
The Grassbaugh Project at the Ohio State Moritz College of Law will help veterans, free of charge, with legal assistance in the areas of housing and consumer issues in Franklin County. Housing matters that the Project may handle include landlord-tenant issues, evictions, and foreclosure. Consumer issues that the Project may handle include creditor/debtor and credit agency disputes, as well as assisting in cases involving relief from default judgment. Assistance will be provided to veterans at no cost and by volunteer lawyers and Moritz students selected and trained to work with Veterans on these issues.
Ohio State Bar Association Military and Veterans Affairs Committee
614-487-4411 (Melissa Quick, Committee, Section, and Certification Manager, Ohio State Bar Association)
Members of the Ohio State Bar Association can join various committees on specialty areas of the law.  The Military and Veteran’s Affairs Committee offers an interactive forum for legal professionals to foster, coordinate, and deliver legal assistance and programs to service members, veterans, and their families.
Service Branches of the Armed Forces Legal Assistance Program
1-800-342-9647 (Military OneSource for general information)
Each service branch has specific regulations explaining the legal services they provide. Specific services may vary by installation based on available resources and expertise of the legal assistance attorneys. Use this website to locate the nearest Legal Services office for your service branch.
United States Department of Justice:
The Department of Justice, in partnership with other federal agencies, is committed to enforcing the federal laws that protect the civil rights of servicemembers. The Civil Rights Division protects a servicemember's civilian employment rights by enforcing the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act ("USERRA"), voting rights by enforcing the Uniformed and Overseas Citizen Absentee Voting Act of 1986 ("UOCAVA"), and financial security through the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act ("SCRA"). is a resource for all of these federal laws, and provides information on how the Department of Justice and other federal agencies can help, and what servicemembers can do to protect their rights under the law.
Employment and Vocational Rehabilitation
Department of Veterans Affairs Veterans Employment Center
1-800-827-1000 (Veteran Affairs Benefits and Services)
The VEC is the federal government’s single authoritative internet source for connecting transitioning Servicemembers, Veterans and their families to meaningful career opportunities. The VEC is the first government-wide product that brings together a reputable cadre of public and private employers with real job opportunities, and provides transitioning Servicemembers, Veterans and their families with the tools to translate their military skills into plain language and build a profile that can be shared – in real time – with employers who have made a public commitment to hire Veterans.
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve
1-800-336-4590 (ESGR Customer Service Center)
ESGR, a Department of Defense office, was established in 1972 to promote cooperation and understanding between Reserve Component Service members and their civilian employers and to assist in the resolution of conflicts arising from an employee's military commitment. Volunteers, hailing from small business and industry, government, education and prior military service bring a vast wealth of experience to assist in serving employers, service members and their families.
Helmets to Hardhats
Helmets to Hardhats is a national, nonprofit program that connects National Guard, Reserve, retired and transitioning active-duty military service members with skilled training and quality career opportunities in the construction industry. The program is designed to help military service members successfully transition back into civilian life by offering them the means to secure a quality career in the construction industry.
Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Veterans Workforce Services
1-888-296-7541 (Veterans Workforce Services, Option 1)
The mission of Veterans Workforce Services is to provide policies and procedures regarding veterans’ programs and services necessary for the state to implement the Jobs for Veterans Act. Our goal is to assist eligible veterans, including disabled veterans, campaign veterans, and other targeted veterans and eligible spouses in alleviating unemployment and underemployment.  Veterans Workforce Services has specific policies and programs to increase opportunities for veterans to obtain employment, job training, intensive services and assistance in employment and training programs.
Ohio Means Jobs Centers
Ohio has local Ohio Means Jobs Centers that assist job seekers, employers and youth with job search assistance, employee recruitment, job training, and more.  Services available include resource rooms, job-related workshops, resume writing, labor market research, supportive services, and other activities that match job seekers to employment. Visit the Ohio Means Jobs website to find the location of the nearest Ohio Means Jobs Center.
Ohio Means Jobs Veteran Career Information Center
1-888-296-7541 (, select “Veterans’ Assistance”)
Ohio is proud to provide priority service to the approximately 900,000 veterans and military service members who call Ohio home.  The Veteran Career Information Center is a complete collection of resources available to military veterans and their families, including information on top Ohio Carriers, Federal and State Benefits, Transition Assistance Program, Financial Assistance, Ohio Educational Benefits, a Skill Translator, and Information Center.
Ohio Means Jobs Veterans Business Support Center
The Veterans Business Support Center is a streamlined one-stop shop exclusively for employers interested in hiring veterans.  The center can assist employers with locating qualified veteran candidates for job openings; posting jobs, screening resumes and other human resource services; identifying career fairs, workshops and other hiring events in your area; information about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit and other workforce development and hiring incentive programs for employers who hire veterans; and demographic information about veterans in any given area, including education levels, skills, and cities of residence.          
Troops to Teachers
1-800-852-6064 (Chris Picha, Program Manager, Ohio Troops to Teachers)
Troops to Teachers is a U.S. Department of Defense program that helps eligible military personnel begin a new career as teachers in public schools where their skills, knowledge and experience are most needed. The Ohio Troops to Teachers program is housed with the Ohio Department of Veteran Affairs.
Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
1-866-4-USA-DOL (United States Department of Labor)
USERRA protects the job rights of individuals who voluntarily or involuntarily leave employment positions to undertake military service or certain types of service in the National Disaster Medical System. USERRA also prohibits employers from discriminating against past and present members of the uniformed services, and applicants to the uniformed services.
Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment
1-800-827-1000 (Veteran Affairs Benefits and Services)
The Veterans Benefits Administration provides the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment program to assist vocational rehabilitation and employment services to help with job training, employment accommodations, resume development, and job seeking skills coaching. Other services may be provided to assist Veterans in starting their own businesses or independent living services for those who are severely disabled and unable to work in traditional employment.
Professional Licensing Links
Ohio Department of Commerce Veterans Resources Guide
614-466-3636 (Department of Commerce general assistance)
The Ohio Department of Commerce is committed to honoring the service of the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces by assisting veterans. This website contains links and resources for veterans from across all of the divisions of Commerce, including the State Fire Marshall, Division of Industrial Compliance, Division of Real Estate and Professional Licensing, and the Division of Financial Institutions. The website includes information on applying GI Bill benefits to pre-licensing education and testing
Ohio Means Jobs Ohio Licensed Occupations for Veterans
The Ohio Department of Job and Family has created a Military Occupational Code (MOC)/Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) to State-Issued License and Certification Tool that will help veterans map a potential pathway to earn a license or certificate required for a civilian occupation in Ohio. Simply type your MOC/MOS and a list occupations and the required state license or certificate will populate. A link to the agency, licensing board or commission website will be listed where you will find more information about how to obtain a state-issued license or certificate and additional benefits offered to veterans and their spouses.
Ohio Respiratory Care Board
614-752-9218 (Ohio Respiratory Care Board)
The Ohio Respiratory Care Board is responsible for the regulation of the practice of respiratory care in the state of Ohio. Licensing benefits are available if you are an active duty military member, a veteran, or a spouse of an active duty military member or veteran of the Armed Forces of the United States of America.
Ohio State Board of Pharmacy
614-466-4143 (Ohio State Board of Pharmacy Licensing Division)
The Ohio State Board of Pharmacy considers a veteran as anyone who is serving or has served under honorable conditions in any component of the Armed Forces, including the National Guard and Reserve. The Board of Pharmacy offers several benefits, including fee waivers, to veterans and their spouses to assist in obtaining or maintaining an Ohio license as a pharmacist or pharmacy intern. 
Military Families
Ohio Inter-Service Family Assistance Committee
614-336-7031 (Ohio ISFAC Information)
This program originated as collaboration between the Governor’s office and The Adjutant General for Ohio in 2005.  The ISFAC mission is to support, offer assistance, and act as a conduit to resources for all Ohio service members, veterans, and military families. Its purpose is to connect the military community with national, state, regional and community resources as well as volunteer support opportunities.
Veteran/Military Pending Legislation
The Ohio Department of Veterans Services maintains an updated list of pending legislation in the Ohio General Assembly that may be of interest to Veterans or active duty Military personnel.
IAVA - Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Association
212-982-9669 (IAVA National Headquarters)
The mission of IAVA is to connect, unite and empower post-9/11 veterans. IAVA Address & Phonees critical issues facing new veterans and their families, including mental health injuries, a stretched VA system, inadequate health care for female veterans and GI Bill educational benefits. IAVA also provides valuable resources and empower veterans to connect with one another, fostering a strong and lasting community. 
Resurrecting Lives Foundation
614-602-1753 (Information Line)
The Resurrecting Lives Foundation assists in the recovery/reintegration of Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) by defining the brain pathology and by developing the protocols for recovery.  The Foundation advocates for returning veterans and their families while educating the public about the issues associated with TBI.  Although TBI is the signature wound for Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom, all active military members and U.S. veterans who have sustained a brain injury during service can take advantage of the Foundation’s services. 
Wounded Warrior Project
The Wounded Warrior Project is a nonprofit organization that serves veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, co-incident to their military service on or after September 11, 2001 and their families.

Medical Care & Death

Veterans’ Affairs Healthcare

My HealtheVet
My HealtheVet is an online system that provides three account types, for veterans, active duty service members, their dependents, and caregivers, to self-enter information concerning their health record. The online tool compiles a journal that includes VA immunization records, lab reports, and current medical issues, clinical notes that are entered by health care workers, personal health measurements, VA appointments, and secure messaging. 

Traumatic Brain Injury
800-232-4636 (TTY: 888-232-6348)
The CDC provides a phone line for people to call and receive information on traumatic brain injury, in addition to publications about research and programs to prevent traumatic brain injury. The CDC offers online concussion training, acute concussion evaluation forms, and expert commentary videos.

Veterans Crisis Line
800-273-TALK (8255) Call 24/7
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is an organization that provides telephone counseling for people who are thinking about suicide, need assistance with substance abuse, economic worries, relationship problems, sexual orientation, mental and physical illness, and loneliness.

Women Veterans Health Care
855.VA.WOMEN (855-829-6636)
Women Veterans Health services include special programs for victims of domestic violence, education and training, employment assistance, vocational rehabilitation, nutrition counseling, substance abuse counseling, breast cancer screens, birth control, HPV vaccines, menopausal support, mental health evaluations and assistance. In addition, they offer Military Sexual Trauma (MST) counseling and treatment and reproductive care (maternity care, infertility evaluation, and sexual problems).

Ohio’s VA Facilities
Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center
614-257-5200 or 888-615-9448
The Wylie VA Center aims to improve the wellness of those who have served the country. The center offers diagnostics, fitness, and rehabilitation services.

Chillicothe VA Medical Center
740-773-1141 or 800-358-8262
The Chillicothe VA Medical Center provides mental health, primary and secondary medical services such as mental health diagnosis, and nursing home care services. The center also operates five community clinics that provide outpatient services in Athens, Cambridge, Lancaster, Marietta, Portsmouth, and Wilmington, Ohio.

Cincinnati VA Medical Center
The Cincinnati VA Medical Center is affiliated with the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and is the referral site for neurosurgery. It offers residential programs for men and women, a Traumatic Brain Injury Residential Program, and a Veterans Mobile Health Unit.

Dayton VA Medical Center
937-268-6511 or 800-368-8262
The Dayton VA Medical Center is a teaching facility that also provides a full range of services such as mental health, surgical, home and community programs, nursing homes, physical medicine and therapy services, neurology, oncology, dentistry, and hospice care. In addition, the center offers specialized programs including a Hospice Unit, Alzheimer’s Unit, a sleeping disorder program, and a substance abuse program.

Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center
877-838-8262 or 216-791-3800
The Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center overs primary, secondary, and tertiary care services to the eligible Veteran population including mental illness, cardiac surgery, spinal cord, and geriatrics evaluation and management. The center also offers an inpatient tertiary facility, Wade Park, along with thirteen multi-specialty clinics, vet centers, and community based contract nursing homes.

Pennsylvania’s VA Facilities
Facility Address Website
Altoona - James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center 2907 Pleasant Valley Blvd
Altoona, PA 16602
VA Butler Healthcare 325 New Castle Road
Butler, PA 16001
Coatesville VA Medical Center 1400 Blackhorse Hill Road
Coatesville, PA 19320
610-384-7711 | 800-290-6172
Erie VA Medical Center 135 East 38th Street Boulevard
Erie, PA 16504
814-868-8661 | 800-274-8387
Lebanon VA Medical Center 1700 South Lincoln Avenue
Lebanon, PA 17042
717-272-6621 | 800-409-8771
Philadelphia VA Medical Center 3900 Woodland Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215-823-5800 | 800-949-1001 
VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, H.J. Heinz Campus University Drive campus
University Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15240
412-822-2222 | 866-482-7488
VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, H.J. Heinz Campus H.J. Heinz campus
1010 Delafield Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15215
412-822-2222 | 866-482-7488
Wilkes-Barre VA Medical Center 1111 East End Blvd.
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711
570-824-3521 | 877-928-2621

West Virginia’s VA Facilities
Facility Address Website
 Beckley VA Medical Center 200 Veterans Avenue
Beckley , WV 25801
304-255-2121 | 877-902-5142
Clarksburg - Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center 1 Medical Center Drive
Clarksburg, WV 26301
304-623-3461 | 800-733-0512
Huntington VA Medical Center 1540 Spring Valley Dr.
Huntington, WV 25704
Martinsburg VA Medical Center 510 Butler Avenue
Martinsburg, WV 25405
304-263-0811 | 800-817-3807

Kentucky’s VA Facilities
Facility Address Website
Lexington VAMC: Cooper Division 1101 Veterans Drive
Lexington, KY 40502
859-281-4900 | 859-233-4511
Robley Rex VA Medical Center 800 Zorn Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206
502-287-4000 | 800-376-8387

Indiana’s VA Facilities
Facility Address Website
VA Northern Indiana Health Care System-Fort Wayne Campus 2121 Lake Avenue
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
260-426-5431 | 800-360-8387
Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center (Indianapolis VA Medical Center) 1481 West 10th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
VA Northern Indiana Health Care System - Marion Campus 2121 Lake Avenue
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
260-426-5431 | 800-360-8387

Michigan’s VA Facilities
Facility Address Website
VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System 2215 Fuller Rd
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
800-361-8387 | 734-769-7100
Battle Creek VA Medical Center 5500 Armstrong Road
Battle Creek, MI 49037
269-966-5600 | 888-214-1247
John D. Dingell VA Medical Center 4646 John R Street
Detroit, MI 48201
Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center 325 East H Street
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
Aleda E. Lutz VA Medical Center 1500 Weiss Street
Saginaw, MI 48602