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DEPARTMENT PERFORMANCE

Veteran's Affairs

Jodi Tymeson, Director

Mission Statement:
To serve veterans and their families; to connect veterans with their benefits; to provide dignified services, compassionate family assistance, and high-quality operations at the Iowa Veterans Cemetery.

Number of Veterans Receiving Military Homeownership Grants
Number of Veterans Assted with Veterans Trust Fund

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Highlighted Measure:

Number of Veterans Receiving Military Homeownership Grant

Data Source: Iowa Department of Veteran Affairs

 


Updated 07/18/2016

GRAPH - Amount of Federal VA Benefits for Iowa Veterans

Why this is important:
This program helps recruit and retain veterans to be homeowners in Iowa. By providing a small amount of assistance to buy a home in Iowa, we are keeping veterans here as residents, and we are successfully recruiting veterans to live in Iowa rather than across the rivers.


What we're doing about this:
We are continuously educating veterans about this program. All county service officers have been given information to help educate their veterans about this benefit. We have information on our website and in all our publications.

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Highlighted Measure:

Number of Veterans Assisted with Veterans Trust Fund

Data Source: Iowa Department of Veteran Affairs

 



Updated 07/18/2016

GRAPH - Federal VA Benefits for Qualified Nursing Home Residents

Why this is important:
This program provides assistance to veterans that cannot be provided through other veterans affairs or community assistance programs. Veterans can be helped with emergency repairs or dental needs, as well as several other categories of assistance. The program is needs-based and helps to give veterans/families a hand up.

What we're doing about this:
We are continuously educating veterans about this program. All county service officers have been given information to help educate their veterans about this assistance. We have information on our website and in all our publications. County service officers are expected to help fill out the application, so they can connect the veteran with all available assistance in the community.

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