The Veterans Benefits Guide highlights VA benefits and services available for transitioning service members and their families is now available in print and digital publication.
The Pittsburgh VBA RO has re-opened for in person services, 8am-3pm, Monday-Friday (appointments preferred). Veterans with questions regarding their VA benefits are urged to continue scheduling virtual appointments with our Public Contact Team to address specific concerns and claims related inquiries.
To schedule an appointment for in person or virtual services:
Effective August 2, 2021, masks must be worn by all persons wishing to access Moorhead Federal Building and the Pittsburgh VA Regional Office, regardless of vaccination status. This mandate is due to the CDC's classification of Allegheny County as demonstrating substantial transmission levels of COVID 19 in the community.
Date and Time: Wednesday, October 27, 2021 | 11:00am-2:00pm
Location: Hickory VFW Post 6166 | 5550 E. State Street | Hermitage,PA
Event: Homeless Veterans and other at-risk Veterans are provided with a broad range of necessities including food, medical & mental health assistance, job counseling and referral, and most importantly, companionship and camaraderie. Experts from the Veterans Benefits Administration Pittsburgh VA Regional Office will be available to provide resource information regarding service-connected compensation, Veteran Readiness & Education Services, including on-the-spot assistance with individual questions and concerns. Transportation will be available. Call the Transit Office at 724.981.6222 to schedule a ride.
Expected Participants: Homeless and at-risk Veterans
For more information: Contact Lori Johnson, CAPMC Planning & Development at 724.342.6222 x14 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Date and Time: Friday, November 5, 2021 | 11:00am-2:00pm (Veterans' only hour from 11am-12pm; Proof of Veteran status required)
Location: Tanglewood Center | 10 Austin Avenue | Lyndora, PA
Event: A day of free services, support, and resources for homeless Veterans, Veterans at risk of homelessness, Service Members, community members, and families in need. Items offered include personal care products, food, VA Surplus, clothing, hot meals, refreshments, and more. Available services include free haircuts, flu shots, employment services, housing assistance, Recovery & Mental Health Service and other Social Services. Experts from the Veterans Benefits Administration Pittsburgh VA Regional Office will be available to provide resource information regarding service-connected compensation, Veteran Readiness & Education Services, including on-the-spot assistance with individual questions and concerns.
Expected Participants: Veterans, Dependents, and Stakeholders
For more information: Contact Allyson Rose (Butler Co. Human Services) at 724.284.5114; Ashlee Hershberger (CCR) at 724.431.3643, or Megan Rummel (Vendor & Volunteer Contact) at 724.679.2935, or email ButlerCountyStandDown@gmail.com
Day: Select Fridays
*Please note, tele-benefits will be available on Wednesday, November 10, 2021, instead of Friday, November 12th, due to scheduling conflicts occurring around the holiday.
Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Butler VA Medical Center (Report to the Lobby; Offices for the Telebenefits Site are to the left of the main lobby area with the VAMC Social Workers)
Details: Veterans can meet with a representative from the Pittsburgh VA Regional via video conferencing
Expected Audience: All Veterans
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