Your Military Network
Community CovenantThe Village of Doylestown and the Mayor's Office is proud of its commitment to support the devotion and sacrifice of its citizens and their military service throughout history. On November 8, 2010 Mayor Terry L. Lindeman signed the Community Covenant: Supporting Those Who Serve, along with the Mayor's of six other Wayne County communities. Click Here to view the Community Covenant
In that regard, Village of Doylestown volunteers and staff, familiar with the many avenues available throughout the vast VA community of resources, has compiled a list of links and avenues which they believe clears a path to the most accurate and efficient information available.
COUNTY VETERANS SERVICE COMMISSIONS:
To speak with a Veteran Service Officer in Wayne County, contact the Wayne County Veterans Service Commission at 1-800-335-6638. *Ohio veterans and eligible family members are not restricted to their county of residency, they may use any of the state's 88 county agencies.
OHIO DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS SERVICES: The ODVS offers a complete and easy to use clearing house of information regarding every aspect of eligible veterans and family members benefits. Along with a multitude of duties, the ODVS accredits and oversees the operation of Ohio's 88 county agencies. 1-614-644-0898
THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS:
The Federal Governments site VA.GOV though vast in content, is for the most part clear and easily navigated. The VA realizes that many family members use their site and have strived to make it understandable and easy to use. In many cases the site offers personal replies to questions and concerns. 1-800-827-1000 is the National VA Benefits line.
Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery
10175 Rawiga Road
Rittman, OH (330) 335-3069
Ohio Veteran Health Care Facilities
National Center For PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)