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Veterans Services
Phone (781) 270-1959

flag stripeFAX: (781) 270-8165                 Information below on Memorial Day, Monday, May 26, 2014
Bob Hogan, Director
Betty McDonough, Principal Clerk
Hours:  M-T-Th:  8:30-4:30  W:  8:30-7:00 F:  8:30-1:00
Mailing Address: Veterans Services, Town Hall, 29 Center Street, Burlington, MA 01803

Walk-In Address: Veterans Services, Human Services Building, 61 Center Street, Room 212, Burlington, MA

THE BURLINGTON OFFICE OF VETERANS SERVICES provides assistance and/or guidelines for local veterans regarding VA medical, employment possibilities, rehabilitation through various programs, including the State and Federal Outreach Centers.  We welcome veterans and families of veterans seeking veterans' benefits, counseling or advice on many issues. This office also coordinates Memorial Day and Veterans Day events.  On Memorial Day more than 3000 flags are placed on the graves of veterans interred in a Town of Burlington cemetery.   Please call the office if you would like to make an appointment, if you would like us to assist in pointing you in the direction you are seeking, or if you have any questions. 

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VA Health Care Access Audit

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) states that their most important mission is to provide the high quality health care and benefits Veterans have earned and deserve — when and where they need it. In mid-April, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs directed the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) to complete a nation-wide Access Audit to ensure a full understanding of VA’s policy among scheduling staff, identify any inappropriate scheduling practices used by employees regarding Veteran preferences for appointment dates, and review waiting list management.  See the following link to view how the VA is taking corrective action to address issues resulting from the audit.

VA Health Care Access Audit



The Burlington Office of Veterans Services held its Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 26, 2014.   Memorial Day Invite        

The town honored and remembered the 70th Anniversary of the Invasion of Europe ~ D-Day, June 6th, 1944       

Speaking was author, Walter Ford Carter, who wrote "No Greater Sacrifice, No Greater Love" about the loss of his father,  11 days after his father landed on the beaches of Normandy.  

Click below link to view the list of those deceased Burlington veterans whose names were read at the 2014 Memorial Day ceremony.

Burlington Deceased Veterans

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The DAV is looking for a few GOOD drivers as
volunteer DAV van drivers to transport veterans to and from
medical appointments 1 or 2 days a week
Call Sarah Slagle at the Bedford VA
781 687 3076 or the DAV office 781 687 2999




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Write or call us:

Burlington Veterans Services
Town Hall, Burlington, MA  01803

(781) 270-1959
FAX: (781) 270-8165
or drop us an E Mail at:

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