Sandra R. Grissom, Veterans Service Officer
What is the Veterans Service?
The Veterans Service Office advises local veterans and their dependents of their rights and entitlements under the various Federal and State laws, counsels them and actively assist them by filling out necessary forms and papers, obtaining documents and affidavits, and forwarding them to the North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs for review and presentation before the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
What services do they provide?
To administer the laws of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to include compensation for disability or death, pension for non service connected disability or death, dependency and indemnity compensation, vocational rehabilitation, education and training, guaranty or insurance of home loans, hospitalization, domiciliary care, nursing home care, outpatient and dental care, prosthetic application, special housing and automobile adaptation, Government Life Insurance, fiduciary protection programs, and burial benefits to include flags, grave markers and payment assistance for plot and burial expenses.