DAV Services

Posted: April 18, 2018

Posted: April 18, 2018

Veterans! Do you want straight answers about rights and benefits you earned through service to your country - as well as free, professional assistance with claims from a highly trained expert?
 
The Disabled American Veterans’ Mobile Service Office (MSO) program is bringing free services to Pahrump to help you with your benefits. On Thursday, April 26, 2018  from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. the Mobile Service Office will be at Desert View Hospital, 360 S. Lola Ln., Pahrump.
 
The DAV National Service Officer (NSO) - rigorously and professionally schooled in the full range of benefits for military veterans, retirees and their families - will provide you the best counseling and claim filing assistance you can get from any source, anywhere. Like you, this NSO is a veteran. Because the DAV is a nonprofit organization dedicated solely to serving you, the NSO has only one goal: making sure you get all the benefits and services you EARNED. Again, help offered through the DAV MSO Program is completely free ... just like all DAV services to veterans and their families. DAV membership is not required.

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DAV has never wavered in our commitment to serve our nation’s injured and ill veterans, their dependents and survivors.
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DAV National Service Officers (NSOs) can assist veterans in filing claims with the VA, free of charge.

To find the NSO closest to you, please use our NSO Locator.
DAV has never wavered in our commitment to serve our nation’s injured and ill veterans, their dependents and survivors. Our most significant effort in fulfilling that mission is our National Service Program. In about 100 offices throughout the United States and in Puerto Rico, the DAV employs a corps of National Service Officers (NSOs) and Transition Service Officers (TSOs) who represent veterans and their families with claims for benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the Department of Defense and other government agencies. Veterans need not be DAV members to take advantage of this outstanding assistance, which is provided free of charge.

TSOs offer benefits counseling and assistance at military installations to service members submitting claims for VA benefits as they separate from the military service. NSOs counsel and assist veterans and their families in filing claims for VA health care and benefits; vocational rehabilitation and employment; education; home loan guarantees; life insurance; death benefits; pensions and much more. They provide free services, such as information seminars and community outreach. NSOs also represent veterans and active duty military personnel before Discharge Review Boards, Boards for Correction of Military Records, Physical and Medical Evaluation Boards and other official panels.