The Susquehanna County Veterans affairs office proudly serves the Veterans of our County and their families.
Anyone with questions about the vast array of benefits available is encouraged to contact the County VA office, and we will be happy to answer your questions and provide assistance. The office is located in the County Courthouse at 31 Lake Ave. Montrose, Pa. and the office hours are Monday thru Friday from 8:30 A.M. until 4:30 P.M. except for scheduled holidays or required Certified Veterans Services Officer (VSO) training.
Individuals may also find complete information on veteran’s benefits by visiting the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs web site at www.va.gov.
Individuals in crisis or contemplating suicide may call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 for help.
Finally to all our veterans, “thank you for your service” we look forward to serving you.
Montrose Weekender has stopped its weekly publication which was a primary means
of communication to our veterans and their families using the monthly “Veterans
Corner” articles. The weekender was sent to over 12,700 homes. In order to help
fill this void these monthly articles will now be published once each month in
the Susquehanna Independent, and posted each month on the Susquehanna County
Veterans Affairs web site at susqco.com. You may also be able to get this
information by listening to the broadcasts of the WPEL radio station at 96.5 FM
or on WPEL 800 AM which airs a Community Calendar and Announcements at about
7:20 A.M., 12:20 P.M. & 5:30 P.M. each day on the AM station. As
always you may call the VA office at (570) 278-5955 for any assistance needed.