VA to hold virtual event to help veterans connect with services

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The VA Veteran Experience Office and the Montana VA Health Care System will host a Virtual Veterans Experience Action Center event that will run over three days from Jan. 24-26.

The event will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., each of those three days.

The Montana VEAC is a statewide virtual event in which veterans can be connected to the full range of veterans affairs and community-based services, and resources.

Registration is required. To reserve an appointment, go to the Veterans Experience Action Center | Veterans Affairs (va.gov).

Veterans should register by Jan. 22 at www.va.gov/VEAC. A veteran service officer (VSO) will call to start the conversation at the time of the scheduled appointment.

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“Veterans looking for information about their benefits, services, if their eligibility expanded through the new PACT Act, and any other questions or concerns, are invited to schedule a one-on-one appointment to help connect to the benefits they have earned,” Judy Hayman, Montana VA executive director, said in a news release.

During the event, veterans/caregivers/survivors can work with a VSO regarding a VA issue/question that they have, to include (but not limited to):

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