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Contact the Floyd County Veterans Affairs Office

Floyd County Veterans Office and Floyd County Commission of Veterans Affairs

Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am to 3:30 pm

Veterans Service Program :: Veterans Assistance Program :: Veteran Information Centers and Medical Centers

Veterans Service Program

Certified staff helps eligible veterans apply for compensation and pension programs designed to assist veterans and their dependents.  These include:

  1. Application assistance for
    1. Apportionments
    2. Compensation for Service connected disability
    3. Non service Connected Disability Pension
    4. Death Pension for Surviving Spouse and dependent children
    5. Overpayments and DIC benefits
    6. Certificates of Eligibility for home loans
    7. Aid and Attendance for Nursing Home and housebound Veterans
    8. Appeals
    9. Eligibility Verification Reports (EVR)
    10. Application for Iowa Veteran Home
    11. Form 10-10 EZ (registration for the VA hospital)
  2. Obtaining military records and awards
  3. Upgrading discharges
  4. Distributing grave markers
  5. Networking with Veterans Hospitals
  6. Networking with other VA facilities and social service agencies

Veterans Assistance Program

The Veterans Assistance program, funded by Floyd County, provides assistance to wartime veterans with emergency basic needs.  Basic needs include:

  • Shelter
  • Food
  • Utilities
  • Medical
  • Burial
  • Special Needs

To be eligible for assistance you must:

  1. Be a wartime veteran with an honorable discharge
  2. Be an adult resident of Floyd County
  3. Meet certain income guidelines
  4. Apply for any other benefits available
  5. If the veteran is not physically or mentally challenged and is able to work, the veteran must register with the Iowa Work Force Center to apply for work.

Veterans Transportation

How To Schedule A Ride

Any veteran needing a ride to a VA medical facility should contact the Floyd County Veterans Office at 641-228-1850.  Call at least five working days prior to the appointment.  When contacting for the ride, you will need to provide the following information:

Name
Address
Phone Number
Last 4 Digits of Social Security Number
Date
Time
Place of Appointment

Veteran Information Centers and Medical Centers

Department of Veteran Affairs
210 Walnut
Des Moines, IA 50309
1-800-827-1000

Department of Veteran Affairs
Medical Center Hwy. 6
Iowa City, IA 52246-2208
1-800-637-0128

Department of Veterans Affairs
Medical Center
3600 30th Street
Des Moines, IA 50310-5774
1-800-294-8387

Department of Veterans Affairs
Medical Center
1515 W. Pleasant Street
Knoxville, IA 50138-3399
1-800-816-8878

VA Medical Center
910 North Eisonhower
Mason City, IA 50401
1-800-351-4671

VA Medical Center
1015 South Hackett Road
Waterloo, IA 50702
319-272-4424

VA Medical Center
804 Kanyon Road Suite #160
Fort Dodge, IA 50501
1-877-578-8846

 

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