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Reno Regional Benefit Office

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5460 Reno Corporate Drive,
Reno, NV 89511

Phone: 800-827-1000
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Walk-in interviews for VA benefits assistance are available at the Reno Regional Office, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Outbased Office: The Las Vegas facility provides interview and counseling space. Interviews are available by appointment only, M-F 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. To schedule an apppointment, please call (702) 224-6824 or email VAO_APPT.VBAREN@VA.GOV Regularly scheduled due process hearings are held each month.

Location:

VA Sourthern Nevada Healthcare System
VBA Pecos
6900 North Pecos Road
North Las Vegas, NV 89086.

VA Benefits information is available and claims may be submitted on-line at all times at: https://www.ebenefits.va.gov and/or  http://www.va.gov/.

Major Benefits: Compensation and Pension. Eligible disabled veterans may also be entitled under certain conditions to a grant for special adapted housing or for an automobile or adaptive equipment for an automobile or other conveyance or for a clothing allowance. For wartime veterans with limited income discharged under other than dishonorable conditions after 90 or more days service, or separated from service earlier because of a service-connected disability and who are permanently and totally disabled from non-service connected disabilities, a non-service connected pension may be available. 2,578 veterans currently receive non-service connected pension benefits through the Reno VA Regional Office. VA benefits are available to eligible survivors of deceased veterans who were discharged under conditions other than dishonorable. This includes members of the Reserve or the National Guard who die while performing active duty for training. 2,215 dependents currently receive VA benefits through the Reno VA Regional Office. Certain benefits are also available to assist with the burial expenses of veterans, including two state operated veterans cemeteries. Vocational Rehabilitation & Counseling benefits offered to eligible disabled veterans are as follows: career counseling services; retraining benefits to include payment of tuition, books/supplies; and a monthly subsistence allowance, job placement assistance; and, follow-up after the veteran has secured employment. 741 disabled veterans are currently involved with Vocational Rehabilitation through the Reno VA Regional Office.


 

Total Veterans

243,900

Gulf War

62,200

Vietnam Era

86,000

Korean Conflict

25,100

World War II

17,700

World War I

0

Peacetime Veterans

64,300

Veterans receiving compensation

30,566

Veterans receiving pension

601

Total

31,167

Monthly C&P payments

$ 34.4 million


Current service organizations at the Reno VA Regional Office:

  • Veterans of Foreign Wars
  • Disabled American Veterans
  • AMVETS
  • Paralyzed Veterans of America
  • Nevada Commissioner of Veterans Affairs.

Personnel services are provided by Human Resources Management Office in Lakewood, Colorado.