Oakland County Veterans' Services

 2022 Veterans Operation Green Light

As a U.S. veteran, part of your life’s journey was serving our country, and Oakland County is dedicated to honoring your service and helping you to map out all the veteran benefits you have earned. We have highly trained and accredited Veteran Benefits Counselors to guide you and your family members and advocate on your behalf.

The professional counselors in our Veterans’ Services Division will help you to understand and simplify the application process for obtaining your veteran benefits. We are on your side, and our services are available at no charge.



 Oakland County Veteran Resource Fair

Oakland County Veterans are Invited to our Resource Fairs

Representatives will be onsite to serve all veterans, active duty, guard and reserves, and their families with these resources:

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Veterans

Providing experienced benefits counselors who assist veterans in filing claims or appealing adverse decisions.

Survivors/Dependents

Providing experienced benefits counselors who assist survivors/dependents in filing claims or appealing adverse decisions.

Transportation Program

Providing veterans barrier-free transportation to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers in Detroit and Ann Arbor.



Pontiac Office

Phone: 248-858-0785
Fax: 248-452-2189
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Address:
1200 N. Telegraph Rd
Building 26E
Pontiac, MI 48341
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Troy/South Oakland Office

Phone: 248-655-1250
Fax: 248-655-1253
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Address:
1151 Crooks Road
Entrance B
Troy, MI 48084
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"Oakland County veterans have served their country and citizens of this region with unmatched valor and commitment.
 We are proud to help them with a variety of programs and services available to these men and women
from all branches of the military"

- David Coulter
Oakland County Executive