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Southeast Tennessee Veterans Coalition
This effort grew out of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars with a desire to partner with the Veterans Administration in providing services for the increasing challenges of these returning veterans, while satisfying current needs of existing veterans and their families.
Epilepsy Foundation of Southeast Tennessee (EFSETN) along with approximately 100 other agencies and businesses are a part of this community grassroots effort. This grassroots coalition of agencies is called the Southeast Tennessee Veterans Coalition. Presently, EFSETN chairs the Coalition.
Key Numbers for Veterans
Our mission is to provide outreach to all military service persons including Veterans and their families by creating partnerships between VA providers and local agencies.
NATIONAL HOMELESS VETERAN CALL CENTER
(877) 4AID VET
VETERANS CRISIS LINE
(800) 273-8255 PRESS 1
Confidential chat at VeteransCrisisLine.net
GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
Area Service Officers (706) 638-5544
Regional Service Officers (706) 272-2355
TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
VA Benefits Regional Office
VETERANS SERVICE OFFICERS
Bledsoe County (423) 447-6731
Bradley County (423) 728-7100
Bradley County (423) 728-7149
Grundy County (931)-592-2178
Hamilton County (423) 634-6488
Meigs County (423) 334-1631
McMinn County (423) 744-1644
Polk County (423) 338-4546
Rhea County (423) 775-7849
Sequatchie County (423) 949-4094
To access information and services, your DD214 is vital.
For help in getting a copy of your DD214, call the Veteran Service Officer for your county, or you may contact the Department of Veterans Affairs:
VA Regional Office (423) 634-7125
1 Siskin Plaza, Chattanooga, TN 37403
Please call or e-mail for information about the Coalition.
All other inquiries, please dial 211.