The Commission of Veterans Affairs provides assistance to Page County veterans who were discharged under Honorable Conditions and/or their family members.

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                          Page County, Iowa - Veterans Affairs  

Page County Veterans Affairs Commissioners:

Gary Alger - Clarinda
Ron Gibson - Shenandoah
Wendy Halloran - Clarinda

Executive Administrator: Janet Olsen

The Commission of Veterans Affairs provides assistance to Page County veterans who were discharged under Honorable Conditions and/or their family members. Veterans need to have served 90 consecutive days of active Federal service.

Help with the following needs is available, subject to eligibility guidelines:
Rent or mortgage payments
Utilities
Food and provisions
Medical and dental assistance
Prescription medication
Transportation
Burial assistance
Grave markers

        

The Veterans Affairs department also provides assistance to ALL veterans and/or their family members in applying for federal benefits and other veterans aid, which include but are not limited to:
Service connected disability compensation
Special monthly compensation
Non-service connected pension
Surviving spouse pension
Aid & attendance/housebound
Military records upgrade and military records replacement
Agent Orange/PTSD/Desert Storm Sickness/Type II Diabetes/HepC
Application for VA HealthCare System
Application for admission to the Iowa Veterans Home
Headstones
All other federal programs for which veterans and/or dependents may be eligible

For those who wish to register with the VA Medical Center in Des Moines, please choose one of the following three options:

Click here to obtain the forms on the VA website;
Call the VA Medical Center at 1-800-294-8387 to request the forms; or
Contact the Page County VA Director at (712) 246-4254 to obtain the forms.

Address of Veterans
Affairs office:
615 NW Road
Shenandoah, IA 51601

Hours Office is open:
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


Phone Number:
(712) 246-4254
(712) 215-9030

FAX Number:
(712) 246-2871


Veteran's Affairs
Executive Administrator
Janet Olsen


 Administrative Assistant
Denise Bryant




Veteran's Affairs Forms

Downloadable forms used in the Veterans Affairs office

Veteran's Affairs Links:
Iowa Department of Veteran's Affairs

United States Department of Veterans Affairs

Other Related Links:
American Legion

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

Resources for Veteran Assistance for Mesothelioma and Other Asbestos-Related Diseases

 
             

Interior View of Page County Courthouse

Stained glass window inside courthouse

Interior of Page County Courthouse

Stained glass window inside courthouse

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