DAV has served the forgotten warriors of this nation for 93 years. The backbone of our service is representing veterans of all conflicts to obtain benefits from the VA they are entitled to as part of the covenant for their military service. The DAV in 2013 represented over 5,000 veterans and dependents in Massachusetts. The results of this representation amounted to $105,144, 548.00 in benefits. All of our services are free.

The DAV Department of Massachusetts (DAV) is encouraged by the joint statement from Senate President Karen E. Spilka and Speaker Ron Mariano. Our organization recognized at the onset of this tragedy, over a year ago, the need for investment and reform in addition to upgrades to the facility at Holyoke. DAV thanks both the Speaker and Senate President for committing to reforms of the commonwealths soldiers' home system and investments in other regions of the commonwealth. The DAV will continue to advocate for updated and modern eldercare services for our Veterans in Western Massachusetts, while also calling for essential and meaningful reforms of our current system and the expansion of veteran elder care services in other regions of the state where needs are growing and currently unmet. ...
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