eBenefits. This VA website provides access to information on benefits, healthcare, education, and jobs. Once you are registered, you will find this site can be useful for managing your VA benefits, too.
Claims Representative. Ventura County Veterans Service Office (VSO) has VA certified claims representatives to assist you with your VA claim. Here is a link for their field office locations. For more information call their office in Ventura at (805) 477-5155.
California Driver’s License with a veteran’s designation is available through the VSO’s office. Follow the link for the DMV form and verification process 2016 to learn how to purchase this license from DMV.
CalVet Fee Waiver. The California College Tuition Fee Waiver benefits the spouse and children of U.S. Veterans. Students meeting eligibility criteria may get their college fees waived if they attend any State of California Community College, California State University, or University of California campus. This program does not cover the expense of books, parking or room and board. Check here to see if dependents of veterans may be eligible.
CareerOneStop Job Search. This site labels “Federal Contractor Jobs”
Resume Template. Time.com provides a resume design and word template you can download to make your resume stand out.
Social media and your job search. Wonder if you need to remove from of the content are your social media sits? Here is an informative article from the Business News Daily that describes what hiring managers are looking for when they view your social profile.
Free Premium Job Seeker LinkedIn Subscription. The world’s largest professional network is stepping up for Veterans. Sign up now for a free one-year Job Seeker subscription. Signing up provides several upgraded features like better access into who views your profile and free access to Lynda.com training for one year. Your LinkedIn profile must include your military career for veteran verification.
Lynda.com training is normally $24.99 a month and you can sign up for free access for a year with the LinkedIn subscription above.
Transition GPS Training. Learn how to align your goals with your future career. This standalone Joint Knowledge Online course is available for veterans and family members. Courseware includes lessons on AN employment workshop, federal employment and entrepreneur track self-employment.
VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System. This is the VA’s regional office for Ventura County’s VA services. This website provides their address, phone number, additional information on services and directions to the West LA campus and Sepulveda Ambulatory Care facility.
VA Oxnard Community-Based Outpatient Clinic. VA Healthcare services available include: Primary Care, Women’s Health, Dietetics (Dietician), Physical Therapy, Mental Health, Clinical Pharmacy Specialists limited to anticoagulation and diabetic case management, Telehealth (mental health, retinal and audiology), Laboratory, and Radiology. This website provides the Oxnard Community-Based Outpatient Clinic location and additional information.
Vet Center – Ventura. The VA Vet Center in Ventura provides support to combat veterans with counseling and support groups. To learn more or schedule an appointment call (805) 585-1860.
PTSD Resources. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has a website for veterans to connect with others who are dealing with issues stemming from military combat and service. You can search for experiences similar to yours and connect with other veterans at Make the Connection.net. The Vet Center offers readjustment counseling at no cost.
Coaching Into Care is a national telephone service of the VA which aims to educate, support, and empower family members and friends who are seeking care or services for a Veteran. The goal is to help Veterans, their family members, and other loved ones find the appropriate services at their local VA facilities and/or in their community. We also provide coaching to family and friends of Veterans who see that a Veteran in their life may be having difficulty adjusting to civilian life.
VA Cemetery Eligibility. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) implemented the pre-need burial eligibility determination program to assist anyone who would like to know if they are eligible for burial in a VA national cemetery. VA is promoting pre-need eligibility determinations to encourage Veterans and their eligible family members to plan in advance to use VA burial benefits that Veterans have earned through their military service. Planning in advance for a Veteran’s or loved-one’s final resting place can eliminate unnecessary delays and reduce stress on a family at a difficult time. Check here to see eligible form.