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Veterans Benefits Administration

Services

Beneficiary Financial Counseling

VA's Insurance Service provides beneficiaries with free, professional financial advice from FinancialPoint, an independent company whose team of professionals are experts in handling a wide range of financial matters. Beneficiaries can access this service online 24/7 to request a financial plan. They simply enter their information into FinancialPoint's website, and a financial professional will prepare a customized financial plan based on the details provided. Learn more about Beneficiary Financial Counseling

Career Center

The Career Center on eBenefits offers Servicemembers in transition and Veterans with opportunities to translate their military skills into careers in the public and private sectors. The tools and resources available in the Career Center allow Servicemembers and Veterans the ability to search for jobs, identify professional strengths, and create and post resumes. Learn more abou the Career Center

Educational and Vocational Counseling

VA's Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Service provides educational-vocational counseling for veterans and certain dependents. This service can provide a wide range of educational and vocational counseling services to Servicemembers still on active duty, as well as Veterans and dependents who are eligible for one of VA's educational benefit programs. These services are designed to help an individual choose a vocational direction and determine the course needed to achieve the chosen goal. Learn more about Educational and Vocational Counseling

Fiduciary Program

VA's Fiduciary Program was established to protect Veterans and other beneficiaries who, due to injury, disease, or due to age, are unable to manage their financial affairs. The fiduciary is responsible to the beneficiary and oversees financial management of VA benefit payments. Generally, family members or friends serve as fiduciaries for beneficiaries; however, when friends and family are not able to serve, VA looks for qualified individuals or organizations to serve as a fiduciary. Learn more about the Fiduciary Program

Independent Living

The Independent Living program is designed to make sure that each eligible Veteran is able, to the maximum extent possible, to live independently and participate in family and community life increasing their potential to return to work. Those who may qualify are Veteran's whose service connected disabilities are so severe that they are currently unable to pursue an employment goal. Learn more about Independent Living

Mortgage Delinquency Assistance

In cases where loan servicers are unable to help Veteran borrowers, VA's Loan Guaranty Service has Loan Technicians in eight regional loan centers and a special servicing center who take an active role in interceding with the servicer to explore all options to avoid foreclosure. Service members or Veterans with VA-guaranteed home loans can call (877) 827-3702 to reach the nearest Loan Guaranty office where Loan Specialists are prepared to discuss potential ways to help save the loan. Learn more about Mortgage Delinquency Assistance

VetSuccess

The Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment VetSuccess program assists Veterans with service-connected disabilities to prepare for, find, and keep suitable jobs. For Veterans with service-connected disabilities so severe that they cannot immediately consider work, VetSuccess offers services to improve their ability to live as independently as possible. Learn more about VetSuccess