Does the Veterans' Agent have a copy of your DD-214? If not, contact him today so that arrangements can be made to get him a copy.
Veterans' Benefits M.G.L. Chapter 115, as amended:
Bill of Rights
You have a right to:
File a written application for veterans' benefits at any time. You can insist upon this right, even if told that you are ineligible. 108 CMR: 4:02 (1)
Get help from your veterans' agent in completing your application.
Receive a full explanation of the services and benefits available under M.G.L. Chap. 115, as well as other available benefits. 108 CMR: 4.01 (2)
Receive a written notice and explanation of the approval or denial of your application for
benefits. 108 CMR: 10.90 (25), 108 CMR: 8.02 (1)
Be treated with dignity and respect, and to receive accurate, courteous, and timely service. 108 CMR: 4.01 (1)
Appeal and request a hearing if you disagree with any action taken on your case. 108 CMR: 8.09 (1)
Expect confidentiality; personal information will not be collected or used except for the purpose of determining your eligibility for benefits. 108 CMR: 4.01 (1)
Receive fair and equal treatment without regard to sex, race, religion or handicap.
For additional information regarding your rights, speak to your Veterans' Agent, Ron Cormier.
Are you a veteran who resides in Acushnet? Are you registered with the Town's Veterans Agent? If not, please contact him so that he may register you in the Town's Veterans Data Base. Don't wait until you need services to register. Save time and register now.
Please contact Ronald Cormier, Veteran's Agent, at 508-998-0207.
|Ronald Cormier||Veterans' Agent||(508) 998-0207|
Mondays: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursdays: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
If you call and I am not in the office please leave a message and I will get right back to you as soon as possible.