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Director / Veteran Service Officer: Chad Gurley
To serve Randolph County veterans and their dependents, assuring that all VA claimants have consistent availability of qualified representation and assistance in obtaining benefits administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Veterans Services works to ensure the highest quality of claims preparation and development for veterans and their dependents with the intent of affording the claimants the benefits to which they are entitled. A working knowledge of regulations is maintained and updated concerning veterans benefits. Staff attempt to reach out to disenfranchised and unserved veterans and establish working relationships with local, state, and federal organizations to assist veterans and their families who are in need of medical, mental health, educational, or other services and those readjusting from military to civilian life.
The US Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), Winston Salem Regional Office, and Goodwill Industries are hosting a Veterans Experience Action Center (VEAC) and public Town Hall to provided "face to face" assistance with VA claims and information on VA operations.
When: Thursday and Friday, April 26-27, 2018, 0800 am to 3:00 pm. Town Hall begins at 10:00 am. Winston Salem Regional Office Director, Mark Bilosz will conduct the open forum.
Where: Goodwill Industries 2701 University Parkway, Winston Salem, NC 27105
Media: Winston-Salem VA Director Mark Bilosz will be available for interviews the morning of Thursday April 26th. Opportunities to interview Veterans may be available.
RSVP: Media RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with contact information and affiliation.
Randolph County, NC Veterans Services Office