The Schuyler County Veterans Office now has expanded
hours as of 11/28/2023.
Please call to make an appointment.
Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Schuyler County Veterans Service Agency is committed to providing assistance to our Schuyler County veterans and members of the armed forces as well as their dependents and survivors through the pursuance of veterans benefits at the County, State and Federal levels and referrals to other agencies for possible assistance.
This is done to promote better physical and mental health, improve quality of life and to ensure every veteran or dependent receives the benefits they are entitled to.
By meeting our mission we provide the following:
Specialized maximum assistance to veterans, their dependents and servicemen in all matters pertaining to the problems of the veterans and their families. This includes counseling on benefits and entitlements of veterans and their families under Federal, State and Local Laws that provide special services, benefits or preference. Assistance provided in completing and processing claims for education, compensation, pension, medical, vocational rehabilitation, real property tax exemptions, government insurance, home loans, and numerous other Federal, State and Local entitlements.
Veterans Service Agency Assistance
Your local Veterans Service Agency can assist you regarding:
National Association of County Veterans Service Officers Organization
NYS Department of Veterans' Services
Director Kristine Gardner is affiliated with several County Veterans groups including, but not limited to:
- American Legion Posts 555, 676, and 1208
- Veterans for Schuyler https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100086093596753
- ETS Sponsorship Program; Onward Ops-Military Transition Support https://etssponsorship.com/veteransonward
If you should need contact information for any of these groups, please contact the Veteran Service Agency at (607) 535-2091.
NYS Services & Benefits for Veterans
No matter where a veteran lives or when they return home from deployment, they will be able to easily access accurate information on services and benefits through the NYS Veterans Affairs’ What’s Next website. In an effort to make access to services simpler, a “no wrong door” policy is being developed.