There are a wide variety of benefits offered by the federal government to Kentucky Veterans. Take a look below and see how we can help you get access to the benefits you deserve.
Department of Agriculture
The U.S. Department of Agriculture provides many opportunities to Veterans in the areas of employment, education, and entrepreneurship. In addition to the nations ongoing need for farmers and those interested in agriculture, the USDA affords many Veterans the opportunity to start their own businesses through grants and financing opportunities.
Learn more about their Veterans Initiative and being a New Farmer
Department of Defense
The Office of Warrior Care Policy supports wounded, ill, and injured Service members recover and reintegrate or transition to civilian life through education and employment initiatives, internships, military adaptive sports, recovery service coordination, and homeless prevention programs.
Department of Education
Service members, Veterans, and their dependents receive guidance and in some cases education benefits, loans, loan forgiveness, grants, and information about college accreditation.
Department of Energy
Provides training programs and partnerships for Veterans interested in working with the Department of Energy or in a career in the energy industry.
Department of Justice
Provides legal information, resources, and enforcement of federal employment, voting rights, and financial related housing laws. Their Elder Justice initiative combats elder abuse, neglect, and financial fraud.
Department of Labor
Provides Service members, Veterans, and their spouses with employment resources and expertise, such as preparing for meaningful careers and with protecting their employment rights.
Federal Communications Commission
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) provides important information to Veterans to help in protecting their hard-earned benefits. Like many other Americans, Veterans are victimized by the scourge of Robo Calls and spoofing scams, and the FCC provides ways to avoid being victimized.
Learn more about robocalls and spoofing
Federal Trade Commission
Supports Service members and Veterans with education and resources against unlawful and deceptive practices, scams and imposters, and tracks consumer complaints.
Health and Human Services
The Office of Child Support Enforcement, in the Department of Health and Human Services, provides resources in assisting Veterans and military families with child support issues.
Housing and Urban Development
Coordinates with Federal agencies and organizations that provide Veteran-related housing programs and services including helping homeless Veterans find permanent housing.
Internal Revenue Service
Provides tax information on special credits, deductions, exclusions, and rules, as well as how to manage Federal taxes, to Service members and Veterans.
Office of Personnel Management
Provides Federal employment and retirement information, an employment fair and workshop event calendar, and employment related links and resources.
Small Business Administration
Provides training, mentoring, business preparation, government contracting information, and other small business resources for transitioning Service members and Veterans.
Social Security Administration
The Social Security Administration may expedite the processing of claims for wounded warriors or Veterans who are receiving disability compensation.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides information to engage and educate non-US citizen veterans and increase their awareness of naturalization options. If you are a service member or veteran of the U.S. military, you may be eligible to apply for naturalization under special provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
U.S. Postal Inspection Service
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) is the oldest federal law enforcement agency with the mission of protecting and educating Americans, including our nation's veterans from scams specifically targeting them.