Veterans Service Office


Our Mission

The Fresno County Veteran Service Office provides a diverse range of services for Veterans, service members, dependents, and survivors.  We provide programming for Veterans in the community such as employment events, resource fairs and mental health referrals.  Our office aims to provide the best service in the most professional manner possible.   


The Fresno County VSO Office Front Desk is OPEN and accessible during normal business hours.


Services include the following:

  • Scheduling appointments with a VA Claims Representative
  • Dropping off or picking up documents for VA services
  • Completing DMV paperwork for Veterans
  • Answering general questions & referrals to other agencies



Upload documents via your mobile device/computer and avoid the trip to our office.  Once you have completed your document(s), just click HERE to access the VSO Secure Document Submission page.

Filing Claims

Filing a Claim 

The following documents are required when filing a claim for VA benefits:

  • DD214's and/or discharge documents
  • Marriage Certificate
  • Previous Marriage / Divorce decrees
  • Birth Certificates for self & all dependent family members
  • Death Certificate
  • Adoption Documents
  • Naturalization / Immigration Documents
  • VA Decision Letters in chronological order
  • Summary / Supportive letters from doctors
  • Copy of personal health summary
  • Copy of medical directive / advance care planning
  • Copy of last will or living trust
  • Known location of all insurance documents
  • Copy of burial pre-planning documents
  • Medical records should be easily accessible and organized by each disability in a separate folder.
  • Copy of Medicare, Medi-Cal and any other medical/health insurance documents.

*Next of kin or designated other should be informed about the location of the above mentioned documents.