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Air Force Veterans stands with VA Benefits book

Air Force Veteran Marvin Moye holds the latest VA Benefits book at the entrance to the Durham VA Medical Center. The event will assure that information about Veteran benefits gets into the right hands.

Friday, July 15, 2011

What: Veterans Benefits Fair
Who: Anyone with questions about VA benefits is welcome
When: Wednesday, July 27 from 3:00PM to 7:00PM
Where: Main Hospital Lobby, 508 Fulton Street, Durham, NC 27705
Why: To provide information about the services and benefits available to Veterans, caregivers, and dependents

You are invited to the Durham VA Medical Center Benefits Fair! Save the date and bring your questions.  Knowledgeable staff will be on hand to answer questions about VA benefits and services. If you are already enrolled in the VA health care system, need to enroll, or just need information for a loved one, then this is the event for you. It will be located in the front breezeway and throughout the first floor of the medical center.

The Durham VAMC is pleased to host an onsite Veterans Benefit and Community Fair this month. The primary goal of the fair is to inform our area Veterans of the wide range of benefits and services that our medical center provides as well as highlight many of the community organizations that we work in partnership with to provide a full spectrum of services to our Veterans.

The fair will include information about the following: Enrollment, Disability, Health Education, Employment, Dependant and Survivor Benefits, Women’s Health, Medical Treatment and a multitude of ancillary services that enable our Medical Center to provide exceptional health care to our Nations Veterans that improves their health and well-being.

Parking is free, just mention the VA Benefits Fair when you enter the parking garage. For more information, please contact Susan Easter, Customer Service Coordinator, at (888) 878-6890, extension 5966.

Information booths include: 

Brain Injury Association of North Carolina
Compliance Program
Diabetes Education
Integrated Ethics
First in Families of North Carolina
Enrollment and Eligibility
Homeless Program
Human Resources
Veteran Benefit Fair Registration and Information
Medical Foster Home Program
MH-ACI Veteran and Family Team
Military Missions in Action
Million Veteran Program
Minority Veterans Program
My HealtheVet
National Alliance on Mental Illness
National Summer Sports Clinic
Weight Management and Diabetes
OIF/OEF Returning Combat Veterans
OIF/OEF CARE TEAM
Patient Advocacy
Pharmacy Services
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Privacy Program
Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service
Recovery Innovations’ Wellness City
Project Healing Waters (Fly Fishing)
Recreation Therapy and Bridge Sports
Social Work Services
Durham VA Patient Information Sessions for Veterans, their families and/or caregivers
Healthcare Decision Day
Speech and Pathology
Suicide Prevention
The Citizen Soldier Support Program
The Durham Center
The Office of Congressman Miller
The Office of Congressman Price
TROSA
USO of North Carolina
Veteran Health Education
Veteran Health Education
Help Hospitalized Veterans
Disabled American Veterans
Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA)
Wake Brook Recovery Center/Wake County Human Services
Women's Health