Mission: In partnership with the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs, state and local agencies, and Veterans Services Organizations, the state of Oklahoma will facilitate in providing to the Veterans residing in the state of Oklahoma the highest quality support and care available anywhere in the Nation.

Additional characteristics of ODVA style and services driven by the mission include:

Each center’s atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed

All employees are sensitive to residents and their families

Employees communicate well and enjoy coming to work

Employees’ knowledge, skill and experience are recognized and leveraged

Facilities are maintained in good repair

Eligible veterans are assisted with claims

Benefits include both VA and others

Vision: The state of Oklahoma is a state known for the best Veterans care and services in the nation, where Veterans are provided tools that are readily accessible, while facilitating their needs and requirements to continue a quality life among the community in exchange for their service to the nation, which has been paid in advance.

Explanation: It is the vision of the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs that all programs administered by this agency to Oklahoma veterans will always be first in the nation in:

Services

Benefits

Care

Facilities

Employees

Relationships

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

EMPLOYMENT

Helmets to Hardhats

USA Jobs - Welcome Veterans

Veterans Workforce Investment Program

Oklahoma Works - Military & Veterans

Gold Card (Post 9/11 Veterans)

Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP)

Military OneSource

Career One Stop for Veterans

My Next Move for Veterans

OK Career Tech

Veterans Preference

OK Job Match

Jobs at ODVA

Oklahoma Works - Military & Veterans

Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights

EDUCATION

GI Bill Transferability

Oklahoma approved schools

Gulf War Veterans Resources

Oklahoma Higher Ed

Veteran's Upward Bound

GI Bill Education Benefits

Oklahoma Department of Career & Technology Education

Resources for Student Veterans and Active-Duty Military

HEALTHCARE

Homeless Alliance (Oklahoma City)

Health Care

My Ride Statewide

Mental Health First Aid

National Center for PTSD

WOMEN VETERANS

Oklahoma Women Veterans Organization

STATE BENEFITS

Veterans Discounts

Honoring Military Parents

Free Admission to State-Owned Parks

Hunting & Fishing Licenses

Income Tax Exemptions

License Plates

Oklahoma Cross of Valor

Oklahoma State Benefit Request Form (Veteran)

Warriors For Freedom

Veterans Pension

My Ride Statewide

Justice for Vets

Stateside Legal Help

Veterans Justice Outreach

Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) (Central Oklahoma)

OKLAHOMA VETERANS HOMES

Norman Veterans Center

Ardmore Veterans Center

Lawton Veterans Center

Sulphur Veterans Center

Talihina Veterans Center

Clinton Veterans Center

OKLAHOMA VETERANS CEMETERY

Union Soldiers Cemetery aka Oklahoma Veterans Cemetery

CONTACTS

Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs

2311 N. Central 
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

405-521-3684
405-521-6533 Fax

(Map)

American Legion Department of Oklahoma 

2401 N.W. 23rd Street
Suite 41
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73107

405-942-1705
800-281-7557
405-949-5573 Fax
Admin@okamlegion.org

American Legion Department of Oklahoma  Service Officer

Scott Tafoya
125 S Main St.
Muskogee, OK 74401

918-781-7760
888-253-4466

E-mail the Service Officer