The Veterans Education Transition and Employment (VETE) directorate of the Virginia Department of Veteran’s Services ensures that every Veteran or eligible person has a full and fair opportunity to reach his or her fullest potential through access to the G.I. Bill approved post-secondary educational, training/licensure/certification, entrepreneurial institutions, V3 certified employers and Virginia Colleges and Universities.
The Virginia Military Spouse Liaison serves as the commonwealth’s military spouse advocate. The liaison conducts outreach and provides advocacy for military spouses and their families. The liaison also works with key stakeholders within federal, state, local government, military installations, and the private sector to develop and implement a resource system to provide access to education, employment, benefits, and community resources.
The Virginia Department of Veterans Services (DVS) veterans care centers provide affordable, long-term skilled nursing care, Alzheimer’s/memory care, and short-term rehabilitative care for Virginia’s veterans.
Virginia’s veterans cemeteries provide a final resting place for our soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines—a place of honor, dignity, respect, and remembrance.
The Virginia Veteran & Family Support Program (VVFS) provides resource referrals, care coordination, and supportive services to Virginia’s Veterans, National Guard, Armed Forces Reserves, family members and caregivers.
The program’s supportive peer and family services are focused on helping individuals identify, address and successfully resolve presenting needs and challenges with special emphasis on challenges resulting from stress related conditions or traumatic brain injuries connected to military service.
The Memorial honors our fallen heroes by passing their extraordinary stories of sacrifice forward to future generations through many outreach and on-site educational programs.
The Veterans Services Foundation is an independent state agency that supports veterans and their families through the Virginia Department of Veterans Services’ (DVS) programs and services. The Virginia Veterans Services Foundation accepts donations to support critical programs and services for Virginia’s veterans and their families that are not covered by state or federal funds.
Women Veterans Initiatives
Military Medics and Corpsmen Program
Virginia Veteran and Family Support Program
Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Transition Program
Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Program
29 Veterans Benefits Offices Throughout the Commonwealth
Veterans Care Centers, Currently in Roanoke and Richmond and 2 more opening in early 2020