Links for Veterans
OVS Facebook Page – Office of Veterans Services Facebook Page
Department of Veteran Affairs – For more information on Veteran issues and benefits. Visit the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) website.
Department of Veteran Affairs: Honolulu Regional Office – Information on happenings at the Honolulu Regional Office under Local Events and Happenings.
Department of Veteran Affairs: VA Pacific Island Healthcare System(VAPIHCS) – Link to VAPIHCS, Spark M. Matsunaga VA Medical Center, website.
Department of Veteran Affairs: National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) – Link to the Punchbowl website.
Network of Care – Hawaii Network of Care has a Service Directory, Job Board, Quick Reference, Pre-Vetted Library, Legislative information and advocacy tool, store your health records, assistive devices made in North America and much more.
Department of Veteran Affairs – Education and Training. Find out more about the Post 9/11 GI Bill and take the CareerScope a interest and aptitude assessment.
Higher Education Resources for Veterans and their Families – More than 150 resources to help student veterans and their families overcome the challenges of higher education and career training.
U.S. Service Member’s Guide to Academic Programs and Aid – Military branches and non-profits provide active duty service members, veterans, and their family members with ample funding opportunities for college.
eBenefits Job Seekers – Hero2Hired (H2H.jobs) has transitioned its online capabilities to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Veterans Employment Center (VEC) (https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/jobs). This transition supports the White House Joining Forces initiatives to combine Federal efforts to hire veterans under one web portal and strengthens inter-agency collaboration among the VA, Department of Defense and Department of Labor.
VA For Vets – Created to provide our Nation’s Veterans with the tools necessary to translate their military skills to civilian skills, take career assessments, build their resumes, consult with coaches and conduct job searches.
Mesothelioma Guide – Veterans who develop mesothelioma as a result of their service in the military are entitled to benefits and assistance from the U.S. government.