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-The Veterans Office will be making a Move! Beginning Nov 1st, the Dartmouth Veteran Services’ Office will be located at the Dartmouth Counsel on Aging moving forward. I am very excited about this move as it allows for more collaboration between the Veterans Office and the COA, the Dartmouth Friends of the Elderly, and the community at large. If you have any questions, please call 508-910-1818 or 774-762-8301 to reach the Veterans’ Agent.
- "Flags Across Dartmouth" flags will be located in the Dartmouth Veterans Office for the public. Feel free to swing by and pick a couple up.
-The Veterans Office encourages Chapter 115 recipients to submit documents/receipts by mail or by placing in the silver mailbox in front of the Dartmouth Town Hall located at 400 Slocum Rd. in Dartmouth. Please call 508-910-1818 or 774- 762-8301 if you have any concerns or issues
- Chapter 115 Benefits for the Town of Dartmouth MA are deposited/mailed out on the THIRD MONDAY OF EACH MONTH.( if Monday falls on a holiday, payments will be deposited on third Tuesday ) All Rx/Dr. copays need to be submitted to the Dartmouth Veterans' Office by the end of the first week of the current month for reimbursement. Please call 508-910-1818 with any questions or concerns.
If you are a Dartmouth/Male resident who recently turned 18yrs of age, and would like to register online for the Selective Services, use link below:
Almost all male US citizens and male immigrants, who are 18 through 25, are required to register with Selective Service. It's important to know that even though he is registered, a man will not automatically be inducted into the military.
Check out the link below to see the Basic Requirements for VA Health Care:
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Did you know that if you are a resident of Dartmouth and Disabled you may be eligible for a free resident beach sticker? Stickers go on sale starting in May of each year. For more information visit the Parks & Recreation Department.
Fort Tabor Museum
The Fort Tabor Military Museum is open daily 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. The museum illustrates the history of the fortification and military installation that were once part of the Fort Rodman complex and also collects and displays the history of area Veterans. Admission is free; for more information visit www.forttaber.org.
|Matthew Brouillette||Veterans Service Officer||508-910-1818 & 774-762-8301|