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You will need to file an application for VA Pension. You will need to bring in:
Our office is located at:605 S 10th StreetNumber 373Lincoln, NE 68508
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Our office is located at:605 S 10th StreetRoom 373Lincoln, NE 68508
This is just south of the Courthouse/Hall of Justice. The entrance is on the north side of the south building. Our offices are on the third floor, room Number 373, on the northeast side of the building.
There are two parking spaces for disabled veterans on "H" street (10th and H). Public parking is on the street and in the City/County lot to the north of the City/County building. Our office hours are:Monday through Friday8:00 AM to 12:00 PM12:30 PM to 4:00 PM
The GI Bill education benefits will vary depending on the specific service dates. We recommend that you contact us directly or contact the Veterans Affairs Education Office in St. Louis by calling 1-800-442-4551.
The VA Small Business Loan program no longer exists. The Small Business Administration will assist veterans in obtaining small business loans. You may contact the Small Business Administration at 800-827-5722.
Yes, there are two sources of financial assistance available to veterans in Nebraska:
Call 402-441-7361 for more information.
There are four Veterans Homes in Nebraska:
To qualify for admission, a veteran must have an honorable discharge and at least two years of residency within the state of Nebraska. The application process includes submission of current medical information and current financial information. The applicant is required to pay a co-payment, which is based upon assets and income. Application forms are available from the County Veterans Service Officer.
The Nebraska Veterans' Aid Fund (NVA) can at times help with certain items for a Lancaster County veteran or their dependents if, due to an unforeseen emergency and loss of income (that is not the result of a veteran's improper actions) there is a financial need. It is a short term assistance source. The assistance must be for:
Only current basic bills can be considered; past due bills cannot be considered. Certain factors and rules determine just what expenses this fund can help with, but we can discuss specifics when you come in to complete the application. We do not guarantee assistance.
An applicant completes an application, which lists their monthly combined household income from all sources against expenses and lists assets and net worth. If available assets are adequate to meet the family's needs, the NVA fund will allow no help. The application states the unforeseen emergency and the date it began. We then submit the application, proof of legal Nebraska residency (Nebraska legal residency proof is required), and honorable discharge documents, to the Nebraska Department of Veterans Affairs for consideration. Once the State has received the application, it takes about 1 to 2 weeks for an answer.
Please bring the following highlighted items, as your situation warrants, to our office when you come in to complete the application:
We are located at:605 S 10th StreetRoom 373Lincoln, NE 68508
If Discharge was recorded at the Lancaster County Clerk's Office, the Discharge can be obtained from their office. If the Veteran entered the service and returned to Nebraska, we can contact the State of Nebraska Department of Veterans Affairs for the Discharge. If none of the above work, an application must be made to the National Personnel Records Center in St. Louis, Missouri.
Nebraska Department of Veterans' Affairs DD-214 Request: https://veterans.nebraska.gov/dd214
National Archives DD-214 Request: https://www.archives.gov/veterans
No, the VA does not have a Medical Card; however, there is medical treatment available through the VA Medical Center. Veterans must be enrolled in the VA Medical Clinic in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Applications are available in our office at:605 S 10th StreetNumber 373Lincoln, NE 68508
You will need to file for benefits. You will need to bring in your Original or Certified Copy DD-214, Separation Paper, and all available medical information for any treatment received while in Service and after service. For any eligible Dependents, you will also need Marriage, Divorces, and/or Birth Certificates and Social Security Numbers.