How We Serve Our Veterans, their Dependents and Survivors

The Alaska Office of Veterans Affairs serves as the primary advocate for Alaska's veterans and strives to help our veterans and their families improve their lives. From helping veterans to file claims for education, medical or other benefits to assisting them in obtaining earned military awards, the Office of Veterans Affairs is here to serve you.

Also located throughout the state are Veterans Service Officers who are trained to help you find the benefits you are entitled to and assist you in claiming them.

Our services, as well as the services of the Veterans Service Officers are provided free of charge.

Our Promise to Alaska's Veterans

We will ensure that all veterans, active duty, guard, reserve and their families understand and receive all the benefits, support, care, and recognition they have earned and are entitled to, by expertly administering all current programs, anticipating future need and taking appropriate action to meet those needs.
We will promote awareness, assist eligible veterans, active duty, guard/reserve, their families, and survivors to receive from the U.S. Federal and State Governments any and all benefits to which they may be entitled under existing or further laws to be enacted.

24 Hour Veterans Crisis Line 800-273-8255 Press 1

EMPLOYMENT

Employment Benefits

Hero2Hired

Do I qualify for priority service for veterans

Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Program

On-line Job Resources for all Alaskans

Alaska VetSuccess

Commercial Drivers License Exemption Policy

EDUCATION

Education Benefits

GI and Post 9/11 GI Bill

HEALTHCARE

Healthcare Centers

DoD/VA Suicide Outreach

Resources for Suicide Prevention

DCoE Outreach Center

Military OneSource

National Resource Directory (NRD)

Statewide Family Assistance Centers

VA Combat Call Center

STATE BENEFITS

Alaskan Veterans News

Vehicle Licenses & Plates

Recreational Licenses & Passes

Real Estate

Governor's Advocacy Award

Family Assistance Center Locations

National Call Center for Homeless Veterans

Homeless Veterans Chat service

Joint Support Services/Warrior & Family Services

Alaska Territorial Guard

JSS/WFS Family Assistance

State Retirement Credit

Veteran Employment Tax Credit

Property Tax Exemptions for Disabled Veterans

Interest Rate Preference

Loan Programs and Lenders

Alaska Railroad

Justice for Vets

statesidelegal.org/finding help

Veterans Justice Outreach

ALASKA VETERANS HOMES

Alaska Veterans and Pioneers Home Palmer

ALASKA VETERANS CEMETERIES

Honor Guard

Funeral Arrangements

CONTACTS

Alaska Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
4600 DeBarr Rd., Suite 180
Anchorage AK 99508

907-334-0874
907-428-6003
888-248-3682
907-334-0869 Fax

alaska.veterans@alaska.gov

Map & Directions

Alaska Tribal Veterans Representatives

American Legion Department of Alaska
1550 Charter Circle
Anchorage, AK 99508

907-278-8598
907-278-0041 Fax
info@alaskalegion.org

American Legion Department of Alaska  Service Officer
Martin Carlton
1201 N. Muldoon Rd
Rm 2A 215
Anchorage, AK 99504
907-257-4802
martin.carlton@va.gov