St. Paul Va Regional Office, Saint Paul, MN

updated on 5/28/2020

Opening Hours

Hours may differ
FridayFr
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
SaturdaySaClosed
SundaySuClosed
MondayMo
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
TuesdayTu
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
WednesdayWe
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
ThursdayTh
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Closed.
Opens in  2 days 12 h 26 min.
2 days 12 h 26 min

Description

Located on the Fort Snelling military reservation, the St. Paul VA Regional Office (VARO) moved to its present site in the Bishop Henry Whipple Federal Building in May 1969. The St. Paul VARO serves nearly one-half million veterans in geographic Minnesota with over 500 million dollars in VA benefits annually from compensation, pension, and vocational rehabilitation programs.
St. Paul VA Regional Office will be accessible and responsive as we provide timely, accurate, and cost-effective service to veterans and their families.We will earn the respect and trust of veteran and their families by exceeding expectations and achieving excellence in the delivery of benefits and services. May we always keep our country’s promise.
ST. PAUL VA REGIONAL OFFICE BENEFIT PROGRAMS: The St. Paul Veterans Service Center administers benefits to veterans in the State of Minnesota.


Company description
Benefit programs include compensation for service connected disabilities; death compensation for surviving spouses, children or parents; and dependency and indemnity compensation for spouses, children, helpless children, and parents. Other benefits include adaptive equipment for automobiles, clothing allowances, burial, headstone, and flag. In 2001, St. Paul was selected as the site for one of three Pension Management Centers (PMC) in the Department of Veterans Affairs. PMCs process annual Eligibility Verification Reports and most other adjustments of benefits for individuals in receipt of non-service connected Disability Pension, Death Pension and Parents Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC). VR&E's main task is to provide vocational counseling and employment assistance to eligible, service-connected disabled veterans under 38 USC Chapter 31.
The goal of the program is to assist disabled veterans in obtaining and maintaining suitable employment. Since 1962, all Loan Guaranty programs for Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota are under the jurisdiction of the St. Paul VA Regional Office. In 1997, St. Paul was selected to be one of nine Regional Loan Centers, expanding our Loan Guaranty jurisdiction to nine states throughout the Midwest.
VETERANS SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS CO-LOCATED AT THE ST. PAUL VA REGIONAL OFFICE: American Legion (AL) National Rehabilitation Commission (612) 970-5660; American Legion’s Minnesota Department Service Officers (612) 467-3849; AMVETS (612) 970-5662; Disabled American Veterans (DAV) (612) 970-5665; Military Order of the Purple Heart (MOPH) (612) 970-5667. Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs (MN DVA) Also Represents American Legion for veterans in Minnesota, AMVETS, Jewish War Veterans, Veterans of World War 1. Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) (612) 970-5668; Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) (612) 970-5669; Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) (612) 970-5670.
Keywords
Veterans Affairs Department, Veterans Center
Services
Health Benefits, Burial Benefits, Burial Benefits, veterans pension, vocational rehabilitation, civilian employment transitioning, independent living
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