Our Partners

​​​​The ​​​​​KDVA leads the Commonwealth in service to our veterans, but we cannot do it alone.  We depend on the dedication and expertise of our statewide and community partners​

Take a look below to get an idea as to some of the many benefits our service partners can offer you.​

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JECVO ​provides a central point in which Veterans Organizations and Veterans Support Organizations gather to discuss veteran issues that impact the Commonwealth's veteran population. JECVO's efforts are directed toward legislation that affects Kentucky Veterans and/or their dependents.

Seal of Kentucky - Wikipedia

​The Governor's Advisory Board for Veterans Affairs (GAB) is mandated by Kentucky Revised Statute 40.305​ and is composed of a seven (7) member board appointed by the Governor, the executive director of the Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs, and the Adjutant General of the Commonwealth. Its purpose is to advise the Governor, the General Assembly, and the Commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs on matters relating to veterans and the administration of veterans services programs. The organization is required by statute to meet at least once every quarter to discuss the needs and concerns of Kentucky Veterans. Meetings are usually conducted at KDVA Headquarters at 1111, Suite B, Louisville Road, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601, and are always open to the public. 

Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs - Kentucky Commission on Military  Affairs

The Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs (KCMA)​ is an independent agency attached to the office of the governor. It was formed upon the passage of KRS 154.12-203 in 1996 and is the lead advocate for military installations and the related defense economy in Kentucky. For more than two decades, the KCMA has directly managed Base Re-alignment and Closure (BRAC), set conditions for economic growth near Kentucky military installations, and provided insight to all levels of government regarding the military and veterans.