The Mobile Vet Center will be in Goldsboro this Thursday, March 31st to offer information to veterans, service members, and their families.
Mobile Vet Centers travel throughout rural North Carolina helping to provide access to all Vet Center services as well as connection and referral to other available services and benefits within VA to Veterans, Service Members, and their families as they transition to life after service in a combat zone or area of hostility. Veterans are highly encouraged to bring a copy of their DD214 (discharge paperwork) to assist in determining eligibility for services.
The unit will be at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base.
VA’s Vet Centers provide a valued continuum of quality care to Combat Veterans, active duty service members, and their families, those who have experienced a Military Sexual Trauma, and the families of Service Members who passed away while on Active Duty in a safe and confidential environment. They offer a wide range of services to help make a successful transition to include readjustment counseling at 300 locations across America, and through the Vet Center Combat Call Center 877-WAR-VETS.
The majority of Vet Center staff members are also Veterans who understand firsthand the experiences of their fellow Combat Veterans. Learn more at http://www.vetcenter.va.gov. or call William Butler, Acting Team Leader at the Greenville, NC Vet Center, (252) 355-7920.