How vets can get help

Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

How vets can get help

DAYTON | Veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom are eligible for two years of free health care and mental health services if they served on active duty in a theater of combat and have been discharged under other than dishonorable conditions.

That includes National Guard and Reserve members if they were ordered to active duty by a federal declaration and served the full period for which they were called.

Veterans seeking services under this program should bring their DD 214 form with them when reporting to a VA health care facility.

For more information, contact Marlene Davis-Pierce, the OIF/OEF services coordinator at the Dayton VA Medical Center, by calling 268-6511, Ext. 2236 or toll free at (800) 368-8262, Ext. 2236.

For more information on VA locations and phone listings, call (800) 827-1000.




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