Disabled American Veterans Offer Help to Veterans
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – The Disabled American Veterans organization will offer help in three South Dakota locations later this month to veterans who have questions about the benefits and services they have earned.
The DAV Mobile Service Office will be in Fort Meade, Rapid City and Hot Springs to provide counseling and help in filing claims. The help is free to all veterans and members of their families.
The mobile service will be at the Fort Meade Veterans Affairs Medical Center on July 16, at the DAV Rapid City Chapter No. 3 on July 17 and the Hot Springs Veterans Affairs Medical Center on July 18.
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