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Last Updated On: 12/07/2020
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Indiana County Government, Veterans Affairs

Contact Information

Key Leader(s)

Allen Lockard -  Director
alockard@indianacountypa.gov

Contact Person(s)

Allen Lockard - Director

Contact Number(s)

724.465.3815

724.465.3805 - TDD

724.465.3991 - FAX

Contact Email(s)

alockard@indianacountypa.gov - Director

Web Addresses

www.indianacountypa.gov

Primary Address

Indiana County Courthouse
825 Philadelphia Street
Indiana, PA, 15701

Additional Addresses

Indiana County Courthouse
2nd Floor
825 Philadelphia Street
Indiana, PA, 15701

Service Information

Service Area

Indiana County

Service Description

Assist with completing forms to apply for: pensions,compensation (for war-time veterans), military records, burial benefits (headstone, expense reimbursement, or grave-site in a VA cemetery), disability compensation, vocational rehabilitation/training, clothing allowance (when using prosthetic or orthopedic devices due to service-related injury), survivor's benefits, educational benefits (Montgomery Bill or Veterans Education Assistance Program (VEAP)), life insurance, home loan guarantee (purchase or refinance), adaptive equipment for vehicle (service-related injury), and Emergency Assistance Fund (3 month monetary grant)

Refer veterans to local VA hospitals for medical services - in-patient, out-patient, prescription, drug and alcohol, and mental health

Link to agencies which may assist with housing, food, clothing, etc.

Flags are provided yearly to over 200 county cemeteries for graveside markers for veterans

DAV van is available for transporting veterans to scheduled appointments at Altoona, Johnstown, and Pittsburgh

Available Hours

8:00 am - 4:00 pm / Monday through Friday

Fees/Cost for Services

None

Eligibility Requirements

Honorably discharged veteran, spouse or child of an honorably discharged veteran.

Miscellaneous Information

Speaker Available

Yes

Volunteer Use

Yes

Volunteer Need

Yes