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Veterans Affairs Links:
Iowa Department of Veterans Affairs
United States Department of Veterans Affairs
Other Related Links:
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
Resources for Veteran
Assistance for Mesothelioma and Other Asbestos-Related Diseases
Cedar County Veterans
Chair: Bruce Jeffries, West Branch; John Sauer, Mechanicsville; Marlin Hillyer, Bennett; Virgil Kruckenberg, Lowden,
Zarick Kuehl, Mechanicsville.
The Commission of Veterans Affairs provides assistance to Cedar County Veterans
who were discharged under Honorable Conditions and/or their family members.
Veterans need to have served 90 consecutive days of active Federal service.
Help with the following needs is available, subject to
The Veterans Affairs department also provides assistance to ALL veterans and/or
their family members in applying for federal benefits and other veterans aid,
which include but are not limited to:
connected disability compensation
records upgrade and military records replacement
Orange/PTSD/Desert Storm Sickness/Type II Diabetes/HepC
for VA HealthCare System
for admission to the Iowa Veterans Home
federal programs for which veterans and/or dependents may be eligible
For those who wish to register with the VA Medical Center in
Iowa City, please choose one of the following three options:
Click here to obtain the forms on the VA website;
2. Contact the Cedar County VA Administrator at (563) 886-2170 to obtain the
3. Call the Iowa City VA Medical Center at 1-800-637-0128 to request assistance.
Click here to read our current and past VA newsletters
Veteran's Affairs office:
Cedar County Courthouse
400 Cedar Street
Basement of Courthouse
Tipton, IA 52772
Hours Office is open:
Monday - Friday
8:00 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.
Closed 12:00 - 12:30 for lunch
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