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Veterans Affairs
Veteran's Affairs
Mission Statement
Our mission is to ensure that Westmoreland County Veterans receive those benefits to which they are entitled. The blessings of liberty have not been won or maintained easily or without great cost. Over the years, it has required the dedication and sacrifice of tens of thousands of servicemen and servicewomen to ensure all Americans can live, work, and worship as they choose.
The health and well-being of our Veterans must remain a top priority of our county, our state, and our nation. We at the Westmoreland County Office of Veterans Affairs are committed to ensure that our Veterans and all Veterans receive those benefits to which they are greatly entitled.

Ours is a gift of service which is gladly shared with all who are in need, throughout the year.

FREEDOM IS NOT FREE. WE HONOR OUR FALLEN BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN ARMS.  As of August 7, 2015, the number of Americans who have given the ultimate sacrifice in Iraq: 4491 and Afghanistan: 2365. Please keep them and their loved ones in your thoughts and prayers. Source: Department of Defense Casualty Count  

Army  USMC Navy  Air Force  Coast Guard
Technology offers a new way to honor veterans in Westmoreland County
The iconic Doughboy statue overlooking Mount Pleasant Borough has a great view of a new, high-tech way to honor veterans. The 35-foot-tall monument stands in the center of the Westmoreland County borough at the intersection of Main and Diamond streets. Additional Info...
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Contact Us
Matt Zamosky
Accredited VSO

2 N Main St
Suite 502
Greensburg, PA 15601
Satellite Office Locations

Ph: (724) 830-3530
Ph: (724) 830-3532

Staff Directory
Veteran Crisis Line
Call for Social Services
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Westmoreland County DAV Van
Westmoreland Veterans can
ride in style to appointments
at Pittsburgh VA Hospitals.