Benefits for the Honorably Discharged


The Treasured Veterans© Providers strive to ensure that veterans and their families receive the benefits they deserve. Proper communication and planning will help make sure they are carried out.

Survivor Benefits and Resources


The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Survivors Assistance (OSA) assists survivors in making the necessary transition with benefits assistance. In the course of perusing the website, the OSA is hopeful that Survivors and dependents, Veterans, their families, caregivers and others will become more knowledgeable about the benefits and services offered by VA to eligible Survivors and dependents, and take the next steps to apply, if deemed eligible.

The Office of Survivors Assistance was established by Public Law 110-389, Title II, Section 222, in October 2008, to serve as a resource regarding the benefits and services furnished by the Department to Survivors and Dependents of deceased Veterans and members of the Armed Forces. OSA also serves as a principal advisor to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs and promotes the use of VA benefits, programs and services to survivors.

Find your State’s Veterans Affairs Offices:

 Current booklet of Federal Benefits for Veterans, Dependents and Survivors: