November 21, 2017

Veteran Services

Aiding Veterans in Day  County
The Veteran’s Service officer provides expert claims service to every eligible Day County veteran and his/her dependents and survivors to aid the veteran in understanding entitlements, which can minimize the burden of health and economic stress and assists in processing the necessary forms for federal as well as state veteran benefits.

The Veterans Service office is located in the lower floor of the Day County courthouse. Please call to schedule an appointment. Special appointments or arrangements can be made for handicap veterans / dependents that are unable to travel or come to the office.

Veterans, Spouses, & Dependents
You may be eligible for Veterans Administration or State Veterans Programs. It is important that you keep yourself and your family aware of changes that occur yearly that may affect your eligibility. Check with your Local County / Tribal Veterans Service Officer for assistance.

Veterans Services Responsibilities

•Assist veterans, their spouses, and dependents
•Basic eligibility
•Black Hills National Cemetery
•Burial benefits
•Dependency and indemnity compensation
•Disability service and compensation
•Disabled American Veterans transportation
•Education benefits
•File claims, reopen claims, claim increase
•Home loans
•Life insurance
•Military personnel records
•State veterans home in Hot Springs
•Survivor death pension
•Veterans Affairs health care enrollment
•Veterans bonus programs
•Veterans pension
•Vocational rehabilitation and employment
•Women veterans programs

Link to:   SD Department of Veteran Affairs

Link to:   US Department of Veteran Affairs  


HOURS: 8-12 1-4:30 Monday – Thursday

Day County Veterans Service Officer

Kevin J. Bohn
711 West 1st Street
Webster SD 57274

P (605)345-9512
F (605)345-2999

Marcia Solberg, Assistant CVSO