Alexandria, VA – As a veteran or family member of a veteran, you may already be familiar with or have worked with a Veterans Service Organization (VSO). Many people think of VSOs for the submission of disability claims. However, there are hundreds of VSOs ready to help veterans in various circumstances, and the services offered vary depending on the organization’s focus and other factors.
Knowing how a VSO works and how it can help you as a veteran or family member will help ensure you don’t miss out on significant assistance with veteran benefits, making claims with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and much more. So what is a Veterans Service Organization?
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