24 Beacon Street Room 546-1 State House
Boston, MA 02133
Massachusetts VFW to Provide VA Claim help to Worcester Area Veterans. Worcester, MA –The Massachusetts Department of the Veterans of Foreign Wars is now offering Worcester area veterans and their families help in processing VA claims. Of the roughly 379,000 veterans who call Massachusetts home, over 49,000 live in Worcester County.
Our VFW State Service Officer will be working out of the Project New Hope Inc. Non-Profit Veterans Organization office located at 70 James Street in Worcester Street for three Saturdays every month from 8:30 am until 4:00 p.m.
When meeting with the VFW service officer, veterans should have a copy of their DD-214 paperwork. All information shared is confidential. There is no cost to the veteran for these services. With this coverage, the Massachusetts VFW is now offering these services statewide and continuing to live up to its motto “No one does more for veterans.” #vfwstrong
As the largest organization of combat veterans, we understand the frustrations that can arise with making a VA claim. Our skilled VFW Veterans Service Officers helps you wade through all the bureaucratic red tape, offering you a better opportunity to get the disability claim you deserve.
You don’t even need to be a VFW member to take advantage of this free service. As a veteran, this is a service you’ve earned.
State Service Officer
Massachusetts VFW Service Office
JFK Federal Building: Suite 1500C
Boston, MA 02203
A VFW Service Officer will:
The VFW Department Service Office is available for ALL veterans needing claims assistance. Whether filing an initial VA claim, requesting an increase in benefits or would like to file a notice of disagreement – we are here to assist you.
The Department Service Office is located in the
JFK Federal Building, 15th Floor,
Boston MA 02133
State Service Officer Delray Dorsey and Executive Assistant Leah LaPointe are there weekdays to assist any veterans needing assistance with VA claims and benefits.
PLEASE visit the Department website at: www.vfwma.org, click on the “Veteran Service” tab for updates on locations and times.
In addition to the main office in Boston, the Department currently has two Assistant State Service Officers that provide outreach services all throughout the state.
Below are the two current officers who provide coverage in the north and south regions, plus additional coverage in the western part of the state as follows:
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Department of Massachusetts