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Post 9/11 GI BILL (Chapter 33) and VA Benefits

The following links are for individuals who qualify, or want to see if they qualify, for the Post 9/11 GI Bill.

United States Department of Veterans Affairs:

VA Benefits Toll Free Hotline: 1-800-827-1000 or on the web at www.va.gov

Benefits for Returning Veterans: Information for returning veterans about what options, assistance, and resources exist from the VA.  Information included on the website: Healthcare, Dental Benefits, Family Support, Education Assistance, and Veteran’s Employment Services.  

GI Bill: Main webpage for GI Bill.

Apply for VA Benefits: Apply for benefits with the VA online. This website can also be used to check status of application.

Post 9/11 GI Bill Summary:  Learn about the Post-9/11 GI Bill and other programs offered through the VA.

Changes to the GI Bill: Keep up to date with the past and upcoming changes to the GI Bill.

Chapter 33 Eligibility Checker: Learn what benefits you qualify for using the VA eligibility checker program.

How to transfer to Chapter 33 Benefits to dependents: Information about transferring unused educational credits to spouses and children of veterans.

Non-Veterans Affairs Resources:

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America: An organization of veterans who have come together to provide support for returning veterans and help with the transition by assisting with navigating through the VA system.

National Resource Directory: Comprehensive list of resources available for wounded warriors, service members, veterans and their families.  Website includes information on Benefits & Compensation, Education & Training, Employment, Family & Caregiver Support, Health, Homeless Assistance, Housing, Transportation &Travel, and other services.