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Rural Montana veterans will have easier access to VA benefits information and assistance through a new remote “telebenefits” delivery pilot program using video-conferencing technology. The new video conferencing program, along with VA staff and Valley Veterans Service Center (VVSC) volunteers, will provide face-to-face assistance to veterans who don’t live near the Fort Harrison VA Regional Office. Located in Hamilton, VVSC is a grass-roots organization run by volunteers to assist veterans in Southwestern Montana. With the help of a trained volunteer, a veteran will be able to go to the VVSC to conduct a videoconference with Fort Harrison VA regional office staff to address any needed items regarding their benefits and claims. VVSC will schedule appointments with veterans on Fridays during normal business hours. Approximately 16,000 veterans and their families received disability compensation, pension and other related VA benefits, totaling more than $154 million annually.

 

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