The Susquehanna County Veterans affairs office proudly serves the Veterans of our County and their families.
Anyone with questions about the vast array of benefits available is encouraged to contact the County VA office, and we will be happy to answer your questions and provide assistance. The office is located in the County Courthouse at 31 Lake Ave. Montrose, Pa. and the office hours are Monday thru Friday from 8:30 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. except for scheduled holidays or required Certified Veterans Services Officer (VSO) training.
Individuals may also find complete information on veteran’s benefits by visiting the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs web site at www.va.gov.
Individuals in crisis or contemplating suicide may call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 for help.
Finally to all our veterans, “thank you for your service” we look forward to serving you.
Susquehanna County Veterans Affairs office writes an article once each month
that is published in the “Weekender”. These articles called “Veterans Corner”
provide information related to veteran’s issues and benefits. The articles are
published once per month and can be found in one of the editions of the weekender
which is distributed each Friday of the month. The weekender has a wide
distribution in Susquehanna County. For your convenience we also make the
articles available here on the County website.
Anyone with any questions about the benefits
available to Veterans and their family members can call the Susquehanna County
Veterans Affairs Office at (570) 278-5955.