Veterans Benefits in New Hampshire | Complete Podcast | theSITREP

In this episode, theSITREP discusses Veterans benefits, in the state of New Hampshire, with Warren Perry (NH Deputy Adjutant General), Shawn Buck (Director, NH State Veterans Cemetery), Brenton Fraser (Director, Division of Community-Based Military Programs), and William Gaudreau (Director, Division of Veterans Services). For additional videos and resources, on this topic and others, please visit the links below.

00:00:00 Introduction
00:00:31 Overview of NH’s Department of Military Affairs and Veterans Services
00:07:49 Assistance with VA Disability Claims, VA Pension, and more
00:22:27 Assistance with military programs, employment, education, and more
00:31:24 Assistance with burial and memorial benefits
00:48:48 Closing

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For New Hampshire’s Department of Military Affairs and Veterans Services, call 603-225-1360 or visit:

For NH’s Division of Veterans Services, call 603-624-9230 or visit:

For NH’s Division of Community-Based Military Programs, call 603-225-1286 or visit:

For NH’s Veterans Cemetery, call 603-796-2026 or visit:

For videos on VA Disability & Pensions, visit:

For videos on VA Health Care, visit:

For videos on VA Education, Entrepreneurship & Employment, visit:

For videos on VA Home Loans, visit:

For videos on VA Specialty Topics, visit:

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is comprised of three different administrations:

(1) Veterans Health Administration (VHA) – Provides health care at 1,298 facilities, including 171 hospitals and 1,113 outpatient clinics, serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.

(2) Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) – Provides a variety of benefits and services for Service Members, Veterans, and their families including compensation, pension and fiduciary, insurance, education, loan guaranty, vocational rehabilitation and employment, and more.

(3) National Cemetery Administration (NCA) – Provides burial space for Veterans and their eligible family members, and maintains national cemeteries as national shrines, sacred to the honor and memory of those interred or memorialized there.

DISCLAIMER: The Department of Veterans Affairs does not endorse or officially sanction any entities that may be discussed in this video, nor any media, products, or services they may provide.

This video was produced and published by VA New England Healthcare System: "Proudly Serving Those Who Served." To learn more about VA New England Healthcare System or to connect with your Veterans benefits, please visit

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