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VFW Testifies at Hearing on Changes to Pre-Discharge Claims Programs:

VFW Testifies at Hearing on Changes to Pre-Discharge Claims Programs:

VFW Sets the Record Straight on Decision Ready Claims:

VFW Sets the Record Straight on Decision Ready Claims:

Statewide News

News & Info from your department

September 2019 Newsletter

Official Publication of the Department of New Mexico

Military & Veterans Day at the State Fair Set for September 10

Free Admission for Veterans, Guard/Reserve & Active-Service Personnel Tuesday, September 10 Albuquerque/New Mexico State Fairgrounds (300 San Pedro Drive NE)

National News

Important info from National VFW

Wounded Warrior Project Renews VFW Service Officer Grant

WASHINGTON - The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. is proud to announce that

VFW Statement on New Southern Border Initiative

WASHINGTON - The Department of Defense


VA’s Debt Management Center has suspended collections on debts for individuals located in the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s recently declared hurricane disaster areas

Veterans, as well as their survivors and dependents, with an address of record in any of the disaster areas, will not be subjected to active collection efforts.

"There are millions of Veterans impacted by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, said Financial Program administrator Joe Schmitt of the Debt Management Center.  The Debt Management Center partnered closely with the Veterans Benefits Administration, the Veterans Health Administration and the Treasury Department to work out a process to suspend collections for Veterans in the regions listed within the FEMA disaster areas. 

"Those Veterans who have been displaced and can’t return home, need to know they must update their contact information with us or the post office,” Schmitt said.

VA also partnered with the U.S. Department of the Treasury to have collections suspended on Veteran benefit debts that have been referred to Treasury for collection within the same disaster areas.  Veterans can find out if they are in a FEMA declared disaster area by visiting FEMA’s disasters page by clicking here.

Veteran benefit debts typically include over payments of benefits for VA’s compensation, pension, and education programs.  The suspension of these collections is slated to remain in effect through March 2018.

Veterans in the declared disaster areas, should notify the U.S. Postal Service of any updated address or contact Debt Management Center directly to provide their new contact information.  The Veterans Experience Division at the center can be reached toll-free at 1-800-827-0648 or by email at



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