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The Indianapolis VA Regional Office is open to the public for in-person interviews between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. EST Monday through Friday.
Veterans requesting benefits appointments should call (317) 916-3736 to schedule an appointment.
Chapter 31 participants should contact their Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor to schedule an appointment . New applicants to the program can call (317) 916-3740 for additional information.
Everyone entering the Minton-Capehart Federal Building is required to wear a face mask and observe the signage and procedures posted throughout the building. We have worked diligently to comply with Center for Disease Control protocols to ensure the safety of our employees and all visitors. Please take a moment to watch this brief video outlining additional screening and safety measures currently in place at the Indianapolis VA Regional Office: https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=mlUvsbKgSe8
Veterans may continue to get information about benefits or file a claim for benefits by visiting our website at www.va.gov. Veterans with claims-specific or other questions may request information via the Inquiry Routing and Information System (IRIS) at https://iris.custhelp.va.gov or via telephone at 1-800-827-1000.
Are you an Alaska Native Vietnam-era Veteran?
You may be entitled to a Native allotment selection, if you are an Alaska Native Vietnam Veteran who served between 1964 and 1971, AND have not received a Native allotment, OR are an heir to someone who meets the above criteria. For more information, visit the Bureau of Land Management web site or read their flyer.
The Office of Outreach and Stakeholder Engagement (O&E) will host a Virtual Benefits & Services Symposium for Faith-based, Non-Profit & Community Organizations. This informative and educating symposium will allow faith-based and community leaders the opportunity to learn about VA Benefits and Services that may be available to Veterans within their congregation, their organization, and the communities they serve. Presenters from VBA, VHA, NCA, as well as, VA Central Office will share important information on topics like benefits, healthcare services, memorial services and direct resources for the faith-based communities. This event will educate and empower leaders from these community organizations with benefit and service knowledge that they can utilize to assist our Nation’s Veterans.