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COVID-19 Update

The Veterans Services Office is open to the public by appointment only. To ensure the health and safety of employees and the public, clients are required to wear face coverings. To make an appointment, call (772) 288-5448, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Florida Veterans Foundation has teamed up with the American Legion of Florida to create the COVID-19 Project Vet Relief Fund. This will help with emergency assistance for those veterans who are affected by this pandemic around the state of Florida. Learn more via the Florida Veterans Foundation website.

Page Updated: 
March 09, 2021 at 08:11 AM


The Martin County Veterans Services Office assists former members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their dependents in obtaining federal and state benefits available to them as a result of their active military service.

The Veterans Services Office is staffed by trained service officers with a compassionate understanding of the problems that confront the veteran, his or her widow, and or children.

You may be eligible VA benefits if you are:

  • A veteran
  • A veteran’s dependent
  • A surviving spouse or child of a deceased veteran
  • An active duty service member
  • A member of the Reserves or National Guard

Our Services

Counseling and assistance in filing claims for VA benefits available for:

  • Service-connected disability compensation
  • Non-service-connected disability pension
  • Dependency and indemnity compensation
  • Burial allowance and headstones
  • Survivors pension benefits
  • Appeals to VA adverse decisions
  • Education benefits
  • Request for military records/DD Form 214
  • VA home loan guarantee applications
  • Waiver of VA indebtedness
  • Vocational rehabilitation
  • VA Medical Center enrollment forms
  • Eligibility Verification Reports (EVR)
  • Aid and attendance/housebound claims
  • VA insurance information assistance
  • Outreach visits to veterans and widows who are housebound or in nursing homes
  • Correction of military records/discharge

Transportation to the VA Medical Center

Martin County Public Transit (MARTY) provides door to bus stop and reverse commute to/from the VA Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Monday through Friday, for veterans residing in Martin County. 

Participating veterans will be picked up from their home and taken to the closest 20x bus stop (either the Robert Morgade Library, or US1 and Bridge Road), to board the bus to the VA Medical Center. Upon return from the VA Medical Center, the veteran will be picked up from the same bus stop and then returned home.

Please visit the "veterans" section on the Martin County Public Transit page for more information on this service, including the application to participate.

Contact Us

If you are a veteran, widow of a veteran, or child who would benefit from the assistance of a Veterans Services Officer and would like to request a consultation, please call us or visit the Veterans Services Office.

Or, if you have any questions regarding veterans services, you may also select the Contact Us button to submit an inquiry online. Housebound visits are also available by appointment.

Office Hours:
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Martin County Veterans Services
2401 SE Monterey Road
Stuart, FL 34996
(772) 288-5448

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