County Veteran Service Officers
Every County in Indiana has a Veteran Service Officer (CVSO) to assist all Veterans and their Family, except for Marion County. If you live in Marion County you would have to contact one of the surrounding county VSO’s. Our next Mayor may change that as we have over 62,000 Veterans in Marion County. Here is a link to the list of all Indiana County VSO’s, click here and select your county to reach out to your CVSO.
These CVSO's are veterans who stand ready to help you with your veteran-related needs. The County Veterans Service Officers have all the forms and other information you may need to obtain services from the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs as well as the forms for requesting State veterans' benefits. The Service Officers will assist you in finding the information and resources you need to solve your service-related problems. They are your liaison for all veteran issues.
Hamilton County Veteran Service Officer - The County Veterans Service Officer (CVSO) should be your first contact when you need assistance - If you are in a crisis mode, call the National Suicide Hotline above. Your CVSO has a compassionate understanding of the problems which confront veterans, widows, widowers, and children. The County Veterans Service Officer knows the extent, the meaning and the application of laws that have been passed by the U.S, Congress in the interests of veterans and their dependents. They also know the rules and regulations adopted by the Department of Veterans Affairs to clarify and implement those laws. The County Veterans Service Officer will apply specialized knowledge in the best way suited to the needs of every individual veteran or other beneficiary who comes to the office for assistance.
Hamilton County Veteran Service Officer
1 Hamilton County Square Suite 179
Noblesville, Indiana 46060
317-776-9610 M-F 8am-4pm
Carol J. Raines
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