Benefit Assistance for Disabled Veterans

National Service Officers

One of DAV’s primary missions is to provide free, professional assistance to veterans and their families in obtaining VA and other government benefits earned through service.  

Each year DAV helps more than 300,000 veterans and their families obtain needed benefits through 100 National Service Offices throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.  The Wisconsin National Service Office, located in Milwaukee, helps roughly 3,500 veterans and their families annually.  DAV National Service Officers are attorneys-in-fact.  

Contact Information: 
DAV National Service Office
VA Regional Office, Room 162
5400 West National Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53214 

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8 am – 11:30 am, 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Closed for training on Wednesday

Phone: 414.902.5736
Fax: 414.902.9440 (10 page limit)

To Send Email:  It must include Title, Name, Address, City, State, Zip Code, Email Address, Telephone Number, and if you have them: Membership Number and VA Claim Number. 

Additionally, we reach out to veterans with mobility problems, or who simply live a distance from our DAV National Service Office with a Mobile Service Office (MSO) van funded by a Harley-Davidson grant.  Find our MSO schedule here. 

Some of the benefits veterans and their families may be eligible for: 
• VA disability compensation and pension
• Vocational rehabilitation and employment
• Education
• Home loan guaranty
• Life insurance
• Death benefits
• Health care 

In Wisconsin, you can also start your claim with your local County Veterans Service Officer and have DAV represent you once your claim is ready to be sent to the Milwaukee VA Regional Office for adjudication.

Transition Assistance Officers

Need guidance making the transition to civilian life?  

DAV’s 38 Transition Service Officers provide benefits counseling and assistance to service members filing initial claims for VA benefits at more than 109 military installations throughout the nation. 

By filing compensation claims at separation centers, where service medical records and examination facilities are readily available, DAV is able to provide better, more prompt service to these future veterans. 

Contact Information:

More Information: 
• Federal Veterans’ Benefits – VA:
• State of Wisconsin Veterans’ Programs & Services –