Disabled American Veterans Chapter 84

Disable American Veterans Chapter 84
About the Disabled American Veterans

The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is the voice of America’s 2.1 million disabled veterans. The DAV was formed in 1920 and chartered by Congress in 1932.

Our highly-trained department service officers (DSOs) provide free, professional assistance to veterans of all generations in obtaining VA and other government benefits earned through service.

These DSOs provide counseling on all veterans’ benefits including disability compensation, health care, pension, survivors’ benefits, employment rights, education and more.

Our DSOs also help veterans assemble evidence needed to support claims, build their cases, and prepare forms and briefs.

The DSO’s commitment:

  • We fight for the rights of ill and injured veterans on Capitol Hill.
    We provide transportation for veterans who need help getting to and from medical appointments.
    We link service-injured veterans to job training and job assistance programs.
  • We fund rehabilitation programs for veterans with severe disabilities.
  • We give emergency grants to ill and injured veterans living in areas damaged by natural disasters.
  • We help homeless veterans by providing food and shelter while connecting veterans to medical care, benefits, counseling and job training.
  • We host recreational programs, which bring veterans together.