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The Department of Veterans Affairs was created to provide a range of services, such as health care, to veterans. The department uses three different agencies to administer services to vets. More »

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To contact the Department of Veteran Affairs, go to VA.gov, hover the mouse over the Contact Us link at the top-right corner of the home page, and then select a contact method. Site visitors may contact the Department of... More »

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You can contact the United States Department of Veterans Affairs at 1-800-827-1000. The VA's website, VA.gov, lists contact numbers for different departments and has a link to find the nearest VA medical facility. More »

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