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Boise Regional Benefit Office

Services Offered by the Boise Regional Benefit Office

VA’s Boise Regional Benefit Office (RO) administers a variety of services, including Compensation, Education, Insurance, Loan Guaranty, Pension, and Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment for Veterans, Servicemembers, their families and survivors in Idaho. We offer the following additional services:

  • Counseling about eligibility for VA benefits and how to apply
  • Information about VA health care and memorial benefits
  • Outreach to Veterans, including those who are homeless or at risk for homelessness and older, minority, and women Veterans
  • Public affairs

Visit Explore VA for an overview of VA’s benefits and services and for links to detailed eligibility and application information.

More About the Boise Regional Benefit Office

Working to End Homelessness Among Veterans Throughout Idaho

The Boise RO is committed to ending homelessness among Veterans by the end of 2015. A key effort to advance this national and VA goal is our work with area VA medical centers and the U.S. Department of Labor to sponsor and organize one-day Homeless Stand Downs in Boise, Pocatello, and Post Falls twice annually in August and September. The Stand Downs, held at local churches or at the Idaho National Guard Armory, host approximately 15 agencies and other organizations that combine services to reduce housing instability among Veterans. Services include medical, dental, vision, and mental health screening and assistance; housing and shelter referrals; job assistance and nutrition assistance; federal and VA benefits assistance; and child care, school supplies, identification cards, and other help as needed.