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Veterans Services Office prepares to move to new Greensboro location

New location places Veteran Services’ Greensboro location in the same building as Guilford Works, providing more direct access to employment and career supports

Guilford County, North Carolina – As the nation prepares to recognize veterans of all military conflicts in the United States, the Guilford County Veterans Services Office is also preparing to move to a new location in the Henderson Building alongside NC Works. Guilford County and the NC Works Career Center.

The Veterans Services Office is currently located at 1203 Maple Street in Greensboro. This location will close at 3 p.m. on Monday, November 14. The Veterans Services team will then take a few days to make the final moves to the new location.

The new Veterans Services Greensboro office at 2301 W. Meadowview Road will open at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 17, 2022. The new office hours for this location will be 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. .

The Guilford County Veterans Services Office also operates a location at 325 E. Russell Avenue, Room 145, High Point. No changes will be made to this location or office hours.

“Our new location in Greensboro is convenient to public transit service and is connected to the NC Works Guilford County Career Center, providing our veterans with direct access to employment and career supports as well as benefits we help provide through the Office of Veterans Services,” Guilford County said. Director of the Veterans Services Bureau, Robert Shelley. “We are thrilled to open this new location and be able to serve our veterans and their families in a welcoming and convenient space. »

The Guilford County Office of Veterans Services helps Guilford County veterans apply for benefits administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs, or Guilford County. These benefits include, but are not limited to:

  • Adapted equipment for severely disabled veterans
  • Assistance to people confined to their homes/hospitals/retirement homes
  • Tips for appealing any decision made by the VA
  • Subsidies for car equipment for severely disabled people
  • Assistance with burial/land costs
  • Annual clothing aid for disabled veterinarians connected to the service
  • Financial assistance for surviving spouses of war veterans
  • Additional Benefits for Children of Disabled Veterans
  • If the service member died while on active duty or the veteran died of a service-related condition, support for eligible dependents who may receive a death benefit
  • Financial assistance for those injured in the line of duty or on active duty
  • Tips for Applying for Graduate Study Grants
  • Help receiving a certificate of eligibility
  • VA Medical Care Enrollment Assistance
  • Financial Assistance for Retirement Benefits for Wartime Veterans
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Training for Employment/Education for Disabled Veterans
  • Specialized vehicle plates for qualified applicants

For more information on Guilford County Veterans Services, visit Guilford County website.

All county offices will be closed on Friday, November 11, 2022 for Veterans Day.