Resources for Veterans

I am pleased to add a new section on resources for veterans to my website. My father served during the Vietnam War. Since he passed when I was 13, I did not fully understand his individual service experience. However, I wholeheartedly believe that services should always be accessible and available to those willing to risk the ultimate sacrifice for our country. I hope this page is a useful inventory of resources for veterans of all generations, and please contact our office with suggestions or feedback on how to best serve the veterans of Vermont.


The Vermont Office of Veterans Affairs offers a directory of additional resources on homelessness, healthcare, disability, employment and transition assistance, and other veteran issues.

The White River Junction VA Medical Center Resource Guide provides information on services and opportunities available through the VAMC, in the community, and online.


Veterans in Crisis Hotline:

1 (800) 273-8255


Vermont Veterans and Family Outreach

Helping veterans find employment and benefits 
24 Hour Resource Line for Crisis Situations: (888) 607-8773

Healthcare and Disability

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs - Vermont Offices 

VA Clinics, Medical Centers, and Services for Vermont Veterans 
VA Medical Center Care Line: (802) 295-9363

Vermont Veterans Home

Residential medical care and rehabilitation for veterans and their families 
Phone: (802) 447-6510

Make the Connection

Information and resources for veterans on issues affecting health and well-being, including PTSD and substance abuse


Vermont Veterans Place  

Transitional housing and assistive services for homeless veterans in Vermont 
Phone: (802) 485- 8874

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) at the University of Vermont   

Help for homeless and at-risk low-income veteran families 
Phone: (802) 656-3232 or 1 (844) 820-3232 toll free


Stateside Legal

Legal help for military members, veterans and their families

Other Resources

Green Mountain Passport

A $2 lifetime day-use pass that allows free admission to Vermont State Parks, Historic Sites, and State-sponsored events. Available to VT residents who are 62 years of age or older or are veterans honorably discharged from active duty in the US armed services. 
Available from your local town clerk's office. Find your local town clerk


Contact your U.S. Senator or Representative

Contact Information

Office of the Lieutenant Governor
115 State Street
Montpelier, Vermont 05633
Office: (802) 828-2226
Cell: (802) 622-4136
Email the Lieutenant Governor

Deb Wolf
Click here for Public Records Database

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