There are three very well trained and accredited Veteran Service Officers who will assist the veteran and his or her dependent in filing for the following VA benefits: service-connected compensation, non-service connected disability pension, survivor's pension, death and burial benefits, VA health care enrollment, headstones, education, home loan guarantee certificates, vocational rehabilitation, upgrading or correcting DD 214's.
Transportation to VA Medical Facilities -
The Veterans' Service Office has the capabilities of transporting veterans that are without means to and from their VA appointments. You must schedule all trips two weeks in advance and you must NOT have to depend on others to help you in and out of the county vehicle. If you are over the age of 60, you are required to seek transportation from the Department on Aging. They can be reached at 440-279-2130.
Flags and Grave Markers -
Each cemetery handles the placement of the flags and markers independently, but the Veterans' Service Office is happy to provide a flag and marker to family members who wish to mark the grave themselves.