District of Columbia VA Benefits

Search for District of Columbia DC VA benefits information. A VA benefits search provides information on housing benefits, medical benefits for veterans, veteran pensions, veteran disability benefits, veterans and Social Security, spousal benefits, family benefits, VA medical benefits, VA housing assistance, VA education benefits, G.I. Bill, veteran employment assistance, veteran counseling services, applying for VA benefits, qualifying for VA benefits, receiving VA benefits, and veteran benefits requirements.


The Veterans Affairs Department in District of Columbia District of Columbia is a federal agency that provides services to veterans, including veterans of the Armed Forces and the Reserves. The District of Columbia VA offers a range of benefits, such as housing assistance, medical benefits, and disability compensation. Veterans may also qualify for education and vocational benefits, such as the G.I. Bill, pension services, and benefits for the spouses and family members of veterans. The Veterans Affairs Department medical benefits include VA-run medical centers, outpatient clinics, and nursing home care. Local Vet Centers provide veterans benefits such as employment assistance, counseling services, and assistance applying for other District of Columbia VA benefits. The District of Columbia VA also offers assistance with qualifying for benefits and receiving VA benefits. The Veterans Affairs Department provides additional information about VA benefits and Vet Centers on its website.

Blinded Veterans Association Washington DC 477 H Street Northwest 20001 202-371-8880

Disabled American Veterans Washington DC 941 North Capitol Street Northeast 20002 202-208-1360

Disabled American Veterans Washington DC 1722 I Street Northwest 20006 202-530-9260

Disabled American Veterans National Services & Legislative Washington DC 807 Maine Avenue Southwest 20024 202-554-3501

Disabled Veterans National Foundation Washington DC 1020 19th Street Northwest 20036 202-737-0522

Homeless & Disabled Veterans Washington DC 1000 Connecticut Avenue Northwest 20036 202-508-1499

House Committee on Veterans Affairs Washington DC 27 Independence Avenue Southeast 20003 202-225-9756

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America Washington DC 777 North Capitol Street Northeast 20002 202-346-3260

Jewish War Veterans of the United States of America Washington DC 1811 R Street Northwest 20009 202-265-6280

Lao Veterans of America Inc Washington DC 611 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast 20003 202-543-1444

National Association Of Concerned Veterans Washington DC 4850 Jay Street Northeast 20019 202-680-3142

National Association for Black Veterans Washington DC 1200 18th Street Northwest 20036 202-822-0011

National Association-Black Vet Washington DC 5505 5th Street Northwest 20011 202-822-0011

National Coalition for Homeless Veterans Washington DC 331 1/2 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast 20003 202-546-1969

National Veterans Legal Washington DC 1600 K Street Northwest 20006 202-223-0906

Paralyzed Veterans Washington DC 2055 L Street Northwest 20036 202-331-1058

Paralyzed Veterans of America Washington DC 801 18th Street Northwest 20006 202-872-1300

Southeast Veterans Service Center Washington DC 820 Chesapeake Street Southeast 20032 202-561-8387

Student Veterans of America Washington DC 1012 14th Street Northwest 20005 202-525-5273

US Department Of Veteran Affairs-Washington DC Vet Center Washington DC 1250 Taylor Street Northwest 20011 202-726-5212

US Department of Veterans Affairs - National Capital Regional Benefit Office Washington DC 1722 I Street Northwest 20006 202-408-7811

US Department of Veterans Affairs - Southeast Veterans Services Center Washington DC 820 Chesapeake Street Southeast 20032 202-373-0849

US Department of Veterans Affairs-Medical Primary Care Clinics Washington DC 1331 F Street Northwest 20004 202-745-8631

US Department of Veterans Affairs-National Capital Regional Benefit Office Washington DC 1722 I Street Northwest 20006 201-509-0201

US Department of Veterans Affairs-Veteran Affairs Central Offices Washington DC 810 Vermont Avenue Northwest 20420 202-737-6969

US Department of Veterans Affairs-Veteran Affairs Central Offices Washington DC 810 Vermont Avenue Northwest 20420 202-273-5400

US Department of Veterans Affairs-Washington DC Vet Center Washington DC 1250 Taylor Street Northwest 20011 202-726-8970

US Veterans Outreach Center Washington DC 911 2nd Street Northeast 20002 202-543-2628

United States Department Of Labor-Office of the Assistant Secretary for Veterans Employment and Training Washington DC 200 Constitution Avenue Northwest 20210 202-693-5000

United States Veterans Washington DC 425 Atlantic Street Southeast 20032 202-545-1600

United States Veterans Affairs Department-National Capital Regional Benefit Office Washington DC 1722 I Street Northwest 20006 202-530-9371

Veterans On The Rise Washington DC 5002 Sheriff Road Northeast 20019 202-388-4093

Veterans Service Corporation Inc Washington DC 724 Mississippi Avenue Southeast 20032 202-525-3696

Veterans of Foreign Wars Washington DC 1601 Kenilworth Avenue Northeast 20019 202-388-0900

Veterans of Foreign Wars United States Washington DC 200 Maryland Avenue Northeast 20002 202-543-2239


A Department of Aging in District of Columbia District of Columbia operates at the state or local level to provide services that promote the health, safety, and independence of elderly people. These services can include meal delivery programs, in-home care, family caregiver support, and transportation assistance. District of Columbia Departments of Aging also offer benefits assistance for aging veterans. They can connect veterans to District of Columbia VA benefits, including disability compensation and pension support. Veterans qualify for the Aid and Attendance program, which provides a monthly pension for veterans who require medical assistance. Veterans can also receive pensions for permanent disabilities and receive healthcare services such as long term care, District of Columbia VA medical center care, or other geriatric healthcare. District of Columbia Departments of Aging can help veterans apply for and receive benefits, and they provide more information about accessing veteran benefits on their website.

Washington Department of Aging Washington DC 330 Independence Avenue Southwest 20237 202-401-4634


A Social Security Office in District of Columbia District of Columbia acts as a local branch of the federal Social Security Administration, which provides retirement benefits and disability benefits for qualifying people. Social Security also offers veterans work credits for qualifying military service, which can raise monthly retirement benefits. In addition to District of Columbia VA disability benefits, veterans can also receive Social Security benefits. Social Security Offices process applications for District of Columbia disability benefits for veterans wounded while on active military service, including expedited processing of disability benefits applications for veterans with a VA compensation rating of 100% permanent and total. A District of Columbia Social Security Office can help veterans determine if they qualify for benefits, process applications for Social Security disability benefits or retirement benefits, and assist with receiving benefits. Social Security Offices provide additional information and resources about veteran benefits on their website.

Washington Social Security Office Washington DC 2041 Martin Luther King Junior Avenue Southeast 20020