State and Federal VA to host supermarket of veterans benefits - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

State and Federal VA to host supermarket of veterans benefits

SOURCE: MGN Online SOURCE: MGN Online
TUSCALOOSA CO., AL (WSFA) -

The Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs and the Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center will be hosting a Supermarket of Veterans Benefits.

This event is part of a statewide outreach campaign to help veterans and their family members receive valuable information about state, federal and non-government services designed for them. It will be held on March 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Sports Atrium, Building 137, on the VA Medical Center Campus.

"The ADVA is proud to partner with the Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center for this year's event," said Clyde Marsh, commissioner of the Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs.  "The Supermarket of Veterans Benefits is a tremendous opportunity for Veterans to come to one central location to gain important information about their entitlements and receive services they have rightly earned."

There will also VA representatives on hand from the VA Home based Primary Care; Homeless Program; OEF/OIF Combat Veterans Services; Women Veterans Program; Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership program for student Veterans, and much more.

The center is located at 3701 Loop Road, Tuscaloosa, Ala. 35404.  Parking lot 6, adjacent to building 137, will be reserved for public parking. 

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