We are privileged to serve the men and women and their families who have so ably served our country in times of war and peace. We are here to help the Montgomery County Veteran Community* wade through the intricate and sometimes complicated process of obtaining veteran-related benefits and services. We encourage you to take advantage of this free service.
[*Definition: Veterans with other than dishonorable discharges, their spouses, children, and other caregivers.]
On this site veterans and their families will find information on their rights, benefits, and links to other federal and state sources of information. Thank you for your service. We honor you.
In cooperation with community partners, to enhance the quality of life for veterans and their families by delivering wide-ranging support through strong advocacy, steadfast assistance obtaining veteran benefits, warm referrals to county and community services, and gratefully honoring their memory.
Because of the nature of our services, an appointment is usually required. Please contact our office at 610-213-4022 (phone or text) to schedule an appointment.
The people of Montgomery County are grateful for the many sacrifices each veteran has made in service to our country for the cause of worldwide freedom. As a symbol of their appreciation, the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners extends certain free services and benefits to resident members of the Montgomery County Veteran Community.
^Wartime Service is important for most benefits, speak to a Veteran Service Officer for details.
*Recipients of Expeditionary Service Medal for some conflicts in this period may have benefit eligibility.
Wartime Service and Presumption of service connection regarding exposure to Agent Orange/Toxic Herbicide or for those who were physically in Vietnam, aka “Boots on the Ground” begins on November 1, 1955. [38 U. S. Code 101.29(A)].
Office of Veterans Affairs Dennis Miller, Director