State / Territory Benefits - West Virginia

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Summary: West Virginia offers special benefits for military Service members and Veterans including State Tax Exemptions, State Employment Preferences, Education and Tuition Assistance, Special Vehicle Tags, as well as Hunting and Fishing License privileges. Eligibility for some benefits may depend on residency, military component and Veteran disability status.

 

State Benefit Highlights and Eligibility

State Taxes:

State Tax Advantage: Active duty military pay received by West Virginia National Guard and Reserve forces for service in Operation Enduring Freedom or domestic security duty as the result of a federal order to active duty can be subtracted from federal adjusted gross income when filing West Virginia state taxes. [West Virginia Tax Code, Chapter 11, Article 21, Section 12e]  For taxable years beginning after December 31, 2012, in addition to amounts authorized to be subtracted from federal adjusted gross income pursuant to subsection (c), section twelve of this article, active duty military pay received by a resident individual who is on active duty for thirty continuous days or more in the armed forces of the United States, the National Guard or armed forces reserve is an authorized modification reducing federal adjusted gross income for the taxable year in which the individual has separated from active military service, but only to the extent the active duty military pay is included in federal adjusted gross income for the taxable year in which it is received.

Eligibility: Military Personnel

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Retired Military Pay: The taxable amount, not to exceed $2,000, of military retirement income from the regular armed forces, National Guard or Reserves, or of survivor annuities, reported on federal return is deducted from federal adjusted gross income. An additional modification, up to a maximum of $20,000, of military retired pay (from the regular armed forces, National Guard or reserve, or from survivor annuities) is to be subtracted from federal adjusted gross income when filing WV state taxes. Please see the West Virginia Tax Code Chapter 11 Article 21 Sections 12-[(c)(5)], [(7)(A&B)] and WV tax form Schedule M for more information.
Eligibility:
Military Retiree or Surviving Spouse

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Military Spouses Residency Relief Act: Due to the passage of the Military Spouses Residency Relief Act in November of 2009, Spouses of military Service members may be exempt from West Virginia income tax on wages received from services performed in West Virginia.
Eligibility: Spouses may be exempt if (a) the Service member is present in West Virginia in compliance with military orders; (b) the Spouse is in West Virginia solely to be with the Service member; and (c) the Spouse maintains domicile in another state.

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Military Disability Retired Pay: Retirees who entered the military before Sept. 24, 1975, and members receiving disability retirements based on combat injuries or who could receive disability payments from the VA are covered by laws giving disability broad exemption from federal income tax. Most military retired pay based on service-related disabilities also is free from federal income tax, but there is no guarantee of total protection.

VA Disability Dependency and Indemnity Compensation: Not subject to federal or state taxes.

Military SBP/ RCSBP/RSFPP: Generally subject to state taxes for those states with income tax. Check with state department of revenue office.

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Homestead Exemption for Certain Eligible Veterans: Service members who are residents of West Virginia at the time they enter military service and maintain that residency until retirement from military service or earlier separation due to a permanent and total physical or mental disability are deemed to satisfy the residency test and are allowed a $20,000 homestead exemption if they return to WV and purchase a homestead and are otherwise qualified.

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Education Benefits:

National Guard Education Benefits: The West Virginia Educational Encouragement Program (WVEEP) provides up to 100% tuition assistance for certificate, associate, bachelor's and master's level courses and up to $6, 500 per year for Soldiers attending in-state institutions. For students who have full scholarship under the Promise Scholars Program, WVEEP will pay them the money that would have been paid to the school.
The Army National Guard Federal Tuition Assistance Program will pay for Certificate, Associate, Bachelor's and Master's level up to $4,500 per year. The two programs may be used concurrently to cover up to $11,000 per year in tuition assistance. The State of West Virginia will pay up to 100% of in-resident tuition and fees at any state-supported college/university. Out-of-state students pay tuition at the in-state rates at state supported schools.
Eligibility: Available only to National Guard Service members. A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for continued participation in the program.

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Veterans Re-education Act Fund: Tuition assistance to those Veterans who need a new vocation due to dislocation or unemployment. See the WV Army National Guard page for more information on the WV Veterans Re-education Act Fund and other Education Scholarships and Grants.
Eligibility: In order to receive tuition assistance from the West Virginia Veterans Re-Education Act Fund, you must:

  • Be an honorably discharged Veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces
  • Have served 181 consecutive days of military service (some Reservists may not be eligible)
  • Be a West Virginia resident
  • Be Federal Pell Grant eligible or unemployed

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State War Orphans Education: Provides at least $2,000 each fiscal year (1 July to 30 June) for attendance at a post-secondary or training institution to certain Children of deceased Service members.
Eligibility:

  1. Must be at least 16 and not more than 25 years of age;
  2. Must be enrolled in a post-secondary education or training institution in this state; and
  3. The child of an enlistee who designated West Virginia as his or her state of record.
  4. Student must be a Child of a Veteran who served on active duty in the armed forces at some time during one of the following periods:
    • World War I -April 6, 1917 to July 2, 1921
    • World War II -December 1, 1941 to December 31, 1946 (Provided that if a Veteran was on active duty on December 31, 1946, continuous service before July 26, 1947 shall be considered wartime service for the purpose of this program)
    • Korean War - June 27, 1950 to January 31, 1955
    • Vietnam Era - August 5, 1964 - May 7, 1975
    • Kosovo - November 20, 1995 - December 31, 2000
    • Iraq - March 19, 2003 - Date to be determined
    • Afghanistan - October 7, 2001 - Date to be determined

This includes Children of Reservists called to active duty under Title 10 for the purpose of going into armed combat. [WV code 18-19-1 / WV code 18-19-2]

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State Operation Recognition-Diploma Program: Provides for the awarding of high school diplomas, either by the county board in the county in which the Veteran resides or the county in which the Veteran would have received his or her diploma, whichever location the Veteran chooses, to any surviving World War II, Korean Conflict, or Vietnam Conflict Veteran who meets the eligibility requirements.
Eligibility: Any surviving World War II, Korean Conflict or Vietnam conflict who: (1) Left school prior to graduation and served in the armed forces of the United States: Provided, That a Veteran of the Korean Conflict or the Vietnam Conflict must have been attending high school at the time he or she left prior to graduating and served in the armed forces of the United States; (2) Did not receive a high school diploma; (3) Was discharged from the armed services under honorable conditions; and (4) Completes the application process as provided by the joint rules of the state board and the Veterans' council.

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Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children: It is the purpose of this compact to remove barriers to educational success imposed on Children of military Families because of frequent moves and deployment of their parents by:

  • Facilitating the timely enrollment of Children of military Families and ensuring that they are not placed at a disadvantage due to difficulty in the transfer of educational records from the previous school district or variations in entrance or age requirements.
  • Facilitating the student placement process through which Children of military Families are not disadvantaged by variations in attendance requirements, scheduling, sequencing, grading, course content or assessment. Facilitating the qualification and eligibility for enrollment, educational programs, and participation in extracurricular academic, athletic and social activities.
  • Facilitating the on-time graduation of Children of military Families.
  • Providing for the promulgation and enforcement of administrative rules implementing the provisions of this compact.
  • Providing for the uniform collection and sharing of information between and among member states, schools and military Families under this compact.
  • Promoting coordination between this compact and other compacts affecting military Children.
  • Promoting flexibility and cooperation between the educational system, parents and the student in order to achieve educational success for the student.

Primary Point of Contact:
MAJ GEN James A. Hoyer, West Virginia State Commissioner
Address: 1703 Coonskin Dr, Charleston, WV 25311
Email: james.a.hoyer.mil@mail.mil
Phone: 304-561-6318

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Employment Benefits:

Veterans Preference: Veterans applying to State jobs will have five (5) points added to a final passing score. An additional five (5) points are added to a Veteran's score if Veteran is a recipient of the Purple Heart or has a compensable service-connected disability.
Eligibility:
--Under the West Virginia Civil Service System all Veterans who have served under honorable conditions in the armed forces of the United States during hostile conflict are eligible for Veterans Preference.
--Veteran must be Purple Heart recipient or have compensable service-connected disability in order to receive additional five (5) points to final passing score.

--Estimate your Veterans preference on the WV State Government Job Opportunities site.

--Proof of service dates, disability and Purple Heart Award or Campaign Badge must be verified by DD-214. Disability must be verified by a letter from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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State Employment:
State employees receive 30 days military leave for training and drills. In addition, upon mobilization, an additional 30 days of paid military leave is provided for each instance of call to active duty. Employee may elect to maintain State Employee Health Insurance while on State or Federal Active Duty.
Eligibility: National Guard and US Army Reserve Service members who are State employees.

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Unemployment Compensation:

Unemployment Compensation (UC) is designed to provide benefits to eligible persons who are temporarily unemployed through no fault of their own, and who would be employed full-time if suitable jobs were available. Unlike public welfare, UC is an insurance program. Need for assistance is not a factor that can be considered. UC cannot help you if you are too sick or disabled to work, or if you cannot take a full-time job.

Filing for military benefits (UCX)

If you were on active duty with a branch of the U.S. military during any part of the base period for your claim, you may be entitled to unemployment benefits based on that service. Your military wages are assigned to the state where you first file a new claim that sets up a "benefit year" after your separation from active duty. To qualify, you must meet the following requirements:

  • You must have been separated under honorable conditions.
  • You must have completed a full term of service, or if you were released early, it must have been for a qualifying reason. (Your claims office can advise you whether your reason for early release from duty qualifies you for benefits.)
  • If you served on active duty in reserve status as a member of a National Guard or Reserve component, that duty must have been continuous for ninety (90) or more days.

You must present copy four (4) of your Form DD-214 when you apply for a new claim. You will be notified if you need any other forms from the military. If you have lost your DD-214, or have not yet received it, we can help you obtain one.

UCX benefits are paid under the same conditions as benefits based on other employment. However, your military wages, for claims purposes, are determined by your pay grade at time of separation. A wage table furnished by the federal government is used. This table shows the equivalent civilian wage for each military pay grade.

Information on your DD214 about your length of service and the reason you were separated is final and binding. If you believe the information on your Form DD 214 is incorrect or any other military documents we use, it is your responsibility to contact your branch of service to have the mistake corrected. If you do not know how to go about doing this, WorkForce West Virginia can assist.

Military benefits cannot be paid for any weeks for which you receive allowances from the Veterans Administration under Chapters 31 or 35 of Title 38 of the U.S. Code. (The cited chapters provide subsistence allowances for vocational rehabilitation and educational assistance, allowances to war orphans and Widows, or, in some cases, Children and Spouses of Veterans with permanent total disabilities.) You may have reemployment rights with a pre-service employer. Our Job Service Veteran's representative can advise you about these rights.

Information required for filing: your social security card and a photo ID (such as your driver's license) to verify your identity. If you are separated from the military, bring your DD Form 214. If you are an immigrant, you must supply documentation of your work status. You will be asked to provide names and complete mailing addresses for all employers for whom you worked during the last 18 months. Be prepared to furnish the dates you worked and the reason you left each employer.

For a list of West Virginia UC Claims office addresses, click here. To file online click here for West Virginia's online Unemployment Insurance Application

Call 1-800-252-JOBS (5627)
TDD: 304-558-1549

Claimant Handbook

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http://www.wvcommerce.org/business/workforcewv/veterans/default.aspx

http://www.dol.gov/elaws/vets/realifelines/stateinfo.htm?state=WV

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Department of Motor Vechicles (DMV) Benefits:

The state of West Virginia offers a large selection of specialized vehicle license plates for Veterans, Disabled Veterans, and Military Service members. The West Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) website and following link provides a complete list of special military plates

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Army National Guard Plate: National Guard license plates can be purchased for a one-time $10.00 fee in addition to the $30.00 regular registration fee.
Eligibility: WV Army and Air National Guard members.

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Armed Forces Reserve Plate: Armed Forces Reserve license plates can be purchased for a one-time $10 fee in addition to the $30 regular registration fee.
Eligibility: Army Reserve Service members.

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Army Retired Plate: Armed Retired license plates can be purchased for a one-time $10 fee in addition to the $30 regular registration fee.
Eligibility: Service members who are retired from the U.S. Army.

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Disabled Veteran Plate: No fee for Disabled Veteran plates.
Eligibility: Any Veteran in receipt of an auto grant or who is 100% disabled due to service-connected causes as rated by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Combat Infantry Bade Plate: Combat Infantry Badge plates can be purchased for a one-time $10.00 fee in addition to the $30.00 regular registration fee.
Eligibility: The applicant must certify that they were honorably discharged from one of the Armed Services and during their duty, were involved in active combat against an enemy.

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Medal of Honor Plate: No fee for Medal of Honor license plate. There is a $30.00 renewal fee each year.
Eligibility: Must be a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor.

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Purple Heart Plate: No fee for Purple Heart Tags for those wounded in action.
Eligibility: Must have been awarded the Military Order of the Purple Heart.

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Pearl Harbor Survivor Plate: To qualify for a no-fee Pearl Harbor license plate, an applicant must certify that they were an honorably discharged member of one of the Armed Services of the U.S. and while serving, were present during the attack on the Island of Oahu on December 7, 1941 between the hours of 7:55 a.m. and 9:45 a.m.

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Former Prisoner of War Plate: To qualify for a no-fee Former Prisoner of War license plate, an applicants must be members of the U.S. Military who were held as Prisoners of War during an armed conflict.

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Veteran Plate: Veteran Plate for Veterans for a onetime fee of $10.00 over and above the regular $30.00 license fee.
Eligibility: Must be an honorably discharged Veteran.

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Women Veteran Plate: Women Veteran Plate for female Veterans for a onetime fee of $10.00 over and above the regular $30.00 license fee.
Eligibility: Female U.S. Veteran.

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Health and Insurance Benefits:

State Group Insurance: Army and Air National Guard Service members, their Spouses and dependents are eligible for special State Group Life Insurance rates.
Service Member: $5,000.00/$2.00 month; $10,000.00/$3.67 month; $15,000.00/$5.33 month; $20,000.00/$7.00 month; $25,000.00/$8.67 month; $35,000.00/$12.00 month; $50,000.00/$17.00 month
Spouse: $5,000.00/$2.00 month; $10,000.00/$3.66 month; $15,000.00/$6.00 month
Dependent Child:$2,000.00/$1.33 month; $5,000.00/$3.33 month
Eligibility: Available Only to West Virginia National Guard Service members.

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Medical Benefits: Worker's Compensation when on state active duty; Tricare when on federal active duty.
Eligibility: West Virginia National Guard Service members.

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Injury/Death Benefits: Compensation to survivors as provided by state legislation
Eligibility: WV National Guard Service members.

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Parks and Recreation Benefits:

Hunting and Fishing Privileges: Certain Veterans are not required to purchase hunting and fishing licenses. However, for certain classes of hunting this does not apply. Veterans must carry and identification card issued by the director.
Eligibility: Residents honorably discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces receiving total permanent service connected disability benefits or former prisoners of war as determined by the Veterans Administration or resident disabled Veterans who qualify under West Virginia Code 17A-10-8 and are exempted from payment of a motor vehicle registration fee by the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles, may hunt or trap without a license during open seasons. See the Disabled Veterans and Prisoners of War Application for Hunting and Fishing Privileges.

[Hunting and fishing licenses are not required for active duty military on leave; leave papers must be carried while hunting, trapping or fishing.]

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State Park Campground fees: West Virginia residents who are totally and permanently disabled are entitled to a 50% reduction on campground rental fees from the day after Labor Day until 4 days prior to Memorial Day.
Eligibility: West Virginia residents who are 100% disabled.

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Miscellaneous Benefits:

West Virginia Veterans Bonus: Approved applicants are eligible for either a $600 or $400 bonus. If the approved applicant served in the combat zone and received a campaign badge or expeditionary medal they are eligible for the $600 bonus. If the applicant had active service outside the combat zone during the time periods specified for Afghanistan and Iraq they may be eligible for the $400 bonus. Surviving relatives are eligible for a $2,000 bonus if a Veteran's death was service connected and resulted from Afghanistan, Iraq or Kosovo service during the specified time periods. The person receiving the bonus shall not be required to include the bonus as income for state income tax purposes. Please Note: A Veteran may not receive more than a total of $600 through this program. Each deployment and/or conflict does not garner an additional payment.
Eligibility:

  • Veterans who were bona fide residents of the State of West Virginia at the time of their entry into active service and for a period of at least six months immediately prior.
  • Veterans who were separated from service under honorable conditions.
  • Veterans of the armed forces of the United States or who were members of reserve components called to active duty by the President of the United States.
  • A surviving Spouse or Children may request an application by calling 1-888-838-2332, or by email at WVDVA@state.wv.us , or by mail at the address listed below.

Completed applications should be mailed to:

Attention: Bonus Office
West Virginia Division of Veterans Affairs
1321 Plaza East Suite 101
Charleston, WV 25301

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West Virginia Veterans Home: The WV Veterans Home is a 150 bed facility located in Barboursville, WV. The home began operations in 1981 and accepts honorably discharged Veterans
Eligibility: Basic eligibility requirements are as follows:

  • Veterans who have served on active duty or performed active service in a reserve component of the armed forces for a period of at least 12 consecutive months; or who have been medically discharged for a service connected injury prior to 12 months service. Veterans who enlisted after Sept. 7, 1980 must have served 24 continuous months or the full period for which they were called to active duty unless they were medically discharged for a service connected injury prior to 24 months service.
  • Veterans whose discharge status from military service is under honorable conditions.
  • Veterans who have continuously been a citizen of the state of West Virginia for 30 days immediately prior to admission or who was a resident of West Virginia at the time they initially entered active military service.
  • Due to the health and welfare of residents of the Barboursville Veterans Home, there are certain pre-admission medical tests which must be completed prior to being admitted.
  • All qualified Veterans must be ambulatory and independent in all activities of daily living.

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Veterans Nursing Facility: The Veteran's Nursing Facility is a 120 bed facility located in Clarksburg, West Virginia which began operation in 2008. The facility includes a 20 bed unit for Alzheimer patients. Emphasis is placed on maintaining a warm, attractive, and comfortable facility for West Virginia Veterans in need of nursing home care. Visitation to the home is encouraged.
Eligibility:

  1. The following Veterans shall be eligible for admission to the WVVNF:
    • Veterans who have served on active duty or performed active service in a reserve component of the armed forces for a period of at least 12 consecutive months; or who have been medically discharged for a service connected injury prior to 12 months service. Veterans who enlisted after Sept. 7, 1980 must have served 24 continuous months or the full period for which they were called to active duty unless they were medically discharged for a service connected injury prior to 24 months service.
    • Veterans whose discharge status from military service is under honorable conditions
    • Veterans who have continuously been a citizen of the state of West Virginia for 30 days immediately prior to application to the WVVNF or who was a resident of West Virginia at the time they initially entered active military service.
    • Veterans who are physically unable to maintain themselves in their own home by reason of age, disability or disease and meet the criteria for intermediate or skilled nursing care under Medicare and Medicaid regulations.
    • Non-Veteran Spouses may be considered for admission ONLY when the Veteran's nursing facility capacity is greater than 75% of the total licensed beds and when there are no Veterans awaiting admission on the interest list.
  2. The WVVNF shall not admit any applicant who requires treatment primarily for mental retardation, mental illness, or substance abuse, or who has a documented history of physical violence and/or disciplinary problems, or whose needs cannot be met by the facility. As a matter of clarity, prospective residents with Alzheimer's disease or dementia are eligible for consideration.
  3. The West Virginia Veterans State Nursing Home is a smoke-free facility. All Veterans must agree not to smoke anywhere on facility grounds.

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State Veteran's Cemetery: The Donel C. Kinnard Memorial State Veterans Cemetery is a 354 acre facility located at Dunbar, West Virginia designed to provide an honorable, dignified resting place for West Virginia's cherished Veterans and their closest Family members.Eligibility: Follows Federal guidelines and requirements for eligibility. Includes, but is not limited to:

  • Any member of the Armed Forces of the United States who dies on active duty
  • Any Veteran discharged under conditions other than dishonorable and served a minimum of 24 months of active duty
  • The Spouse or surviving Spouse of an eligible Veteran
  • The minor Children of an eligible Veteran who are unmarried and under 21 years of age, or under 23 years of age and pursuing a full-time course of instruction at an approved educational institution.

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Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Facilities in West Virginia

Veterans Health Administration
Information Resource Center
Huntington: Homeless Veterans Resource Center (Huntington, WV), 624 9th St, 304-529-9142 / Fax: 304-529-0047

VA Medical Center
Beckley: Beckley VA Medical Center, 200 Veterans Ave, 304-255-2121 / 877-902-5142
Clarksburg: Clarksburg - Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center, 1 Medical Center Dr, 304-623-3461 / 800-733-0512
Huntington: Huntington VA Medical Center, 1540 Spring Valley Dr, 304-429-6741
Martinsburg: Martinsburg VA Medical Center, 510 Butler Ave, 304-263-0811 / 800-817-3807

Outpatient Clinic
Williamson: Lenore Outreach Clinic, 15 Lenore Business Center, 304-475-3000

Community Based Outpatient Clinic
Charleston: Charleston, West Virginia CBOC, 104 Alex Ln, 304-926-6001
Clarksburg: Rural Mobile Unit (540), 1 Medical Center Dr, 304-623-3461
Franklin: Franklin Contract Outpatient Clinic, 314 Pine St, 304-358-2355 / Fax: 304-358-3054
Maxwelton: Greenbrier County CBOC, 804 Industrial Park Rd, 304-497-3900
Parkersburg: Wood County CBOC (540GB), 2311 Ohio Ave, Suite A, 304-422-5114
Parsons: Tucker County CBOC (540GA), 206 Senior Ln, 304-478-2219
Petersburg: Petersburg Contract Outpatient Clinic, 117 Hospital Dr, 304-257-5817 / Fax: 304-257-9173
Sutton: Braxton County CBOC (540GC), 93 Skidmore Ln, 304-765-3480
Westover: Monongalia County (540GD), 40 Commerce Dr, Suite 101, 304-292-7535

Vet Center - 877-927-8387
Beckley: Beckley Vet Center, 1000 Johnstown Rd, 304-252-8220 / Fax: 304-254-8711
Charleston: Charleston Vet Center, 521 Central Ave, 304-343-3825 / Fax: 304-347-5303
Henlawson: Logan Vet Center Outstation, 21 Veterans Ave, 304-752-4453 / Fax: 304-752-6910
Huntington: Huntington Vet Center, 3135 16th Street Road, Suite 11, 304-523-8387 / Fax: 304-529-5910
Martinsburg: Martinsburg Vet Center, 300 Foxcroft Ave, Suite 100, 304-263-6776 / Fax: 304-262-7448
Morgantown: Morgantown Vet Center, 34 Commerce Dr, Suite 101, 304-291-4303 / Fax: 304-291-4251
Parkersburg: Parkersburg Vet Center Outstation, 2311 Ohio Ave, Suite D, 304-485-1599 / Fax: 304-485-4212
Princeton: Princeton Vet Center, 905 Mercer St, 304-425-5653 / Fax: 304-425-2837
Wheeling: Wheeling Vet Center, 1058 Bethlehem Blvd, 304-232-0587 / Fax: 304-232-1031

Veterans Benefits Administration
Regional Benefit Office
Huntington: Huntington Regional Benefit Office, 640 Fourth Ave

National Cemetery Administration
National Cemetery
Grafton: Grafton National Cemetery, 431 Walnut St, 604-265-2044 / Fax: 304-265-4336
Grafton: West Virginia National Cemetery, 42 Veterans Memorial Ln, 304-265-2044 / Fax: 304-265-4336

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Military Installations in West Virginia

Active Duty

National Guard
West Virginia Army National Guard
West Virginia Air National Guard

United States Army Reserve (USAR)
99th Regional Support Command

 

Resources

http://www2.va.gov/directory/guide/state.asp?state=wv&dnum=all

http://www.legis.state.wv.us

http://www.goang.com/benefits/

http://www.veterans.wv.gov/Pages/default.aspx

http://www.vubwv.org/

http://www.wv.ngb.army.mil/

https://www.wvguardtuition.com/

http://www.wvdnr.gov

http://www.veterans.wv.gov/assistance/Pages/default.aspx

http://www.wv.gov/Pages/default.aspx http://www.fedshirevets.gov/job/vetpref/index.aspx

http://www.transportation.wv.gov/Pages/default.aspx

http://www.retirementliving.com/taxes-new-york-wyoming#WESTVIRGINIA

http://mic3.net/pages/contact/Map/westvirginia.aspx

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Document Review Date: 25 February 2014