Texas Veterans Commission

http://www.tvc.state.tx.us

Most Requested VA Forms

http://www4.va.gov/
vaforms/search_action.asp

Brochures for Texas Veterans

Directory of Memorials, Monuments and Statues for Veterans (PDF)

Earn While You Learn (PDF)

State of Texas Benefits & Services for Veterans, Dependents & Survivors (PDF)

Federal Service-Connected Disability Benefits (PDF)

Hazlewood Act (PDF)

Federal & State of Texas Burial Benefits for Veterans, Dependents and Survivors (PDF)

Texas Veterans Commission Veteran Employment Services Brochure for the Veteran (PDF)

Texas Veterans Commission Veteran Employment Services Brochure for Employers (PDF)

Volunteer Driver Application & Hand Book (PDF)

Other Links

VAntage Point Blog

Educational Opportunities

The Waller County Veterans Service Officer is responsible for assisting veterans and/or their dependents and survivors in obtaining entitled benefits from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs and the State of Texas. The Veterans Service Officer is dedicated to helping veterans, dependents of veterans, and their survivors deal with the often confusing and overwhelming task of completing the necessary forms and applications required in order to support a claim for benefits.
These federal benefit programs that veterans, dependents of veterans and their survivors may be entitled to include, but are not limited to:

Health Care Services
Service Connected Disability Compensation
Non-Service Connected Pension
Dependency Indemnity Compensation
Death Pension
Burial Benefits
Vocational/Rehabilitation Programs
V A Guaranteed Home Loans
V A Educational Assistance
Veterans Life Insurance
Board of Veteran Appeals
Military Funeral Honors

State benefits that veterans may be entitled to are:

Land Programs
Housing Assistance
Home Improvement
State Veterans Homes
State Veterans Cemeteries
Educational Assistance (Hazelwood Act)
Employment and Reemployment Assistance
Vocational Employment and Job Training Programs
Special License Plates
Tax Exempt for Veterans
Free Recording of Discharge (DD-219)

The Veterans Service Officer's work is performed with considerable independent judgment and is evaluated for effective and efficient operation of services provided to the public

The Veteran's Service Officer duties include, but are not limited to: