Guide to new ODVA website
The state veterans program administered by the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs, under the direction of the War Veterans Commission as the controlling board, provides a complete service to the State's veterans. This service includes nursing and domiciliary care, financial assistance in emergencies, and field service counseling in the filing of claims for U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and state benefits.
Oklahoma is one of the top two states in the nation with seven veterans centers providing intermediate to skilled nursing care and domiciliary care for its wartime veterans. These centers are located in Ardmore, Claremore, Clinton, Lawton, Norman, Sulphur, and Talihina.
The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs also has a Claims and Benefits Division. This division has offices at the V.A. Regional Office in Muskogee; V.A. Medical Center, Oklahoma City; V.A. Medical Center, Muskogee; V.A. Outpatient Clinic, Tulsa; and the Lawton/Fort Sill Oklahoma Veterans Center. For further convenience of Oklahoma's veterans, the Claims and Benefits Division has Veterans Service Representatives who travel on an itinerant basis offering assistance in all counties throughout the state.
Schedules may be obtained by this link: Veterans Service Representatives' Itineraries
For Questions about Claims & Benefits call Toll Free (888) 655-2838
Agency Hotline Toll Free (855) 701-ODVA (6382)
(agency hotline is for complaints, concerns and suggestions)
Office of Survivor's Assistance Brochure
ODVA Benefits Guide
Oklahoma Women Veterans Organization
Honoring Military Parents
Excellence in Service Award
" Veterans Discounts "
" Military and Veterans Discounts "
" ODVA News "
" OK Military Connections "
VA Native American Direct Loan Program
" Enroll in VA Medical Benefits "
Veterans Education Guide
Identity Theft Scam
ODVA Certified Healthy Oklahoma Business
Rule Changes and Impact Statements
" Webmaster "