Veterans Affairs


Lenawee County Department of Veterans Affairs


  • The primary function of the department is to:

  • Assist the veteran and their dependents in obtaining and maintaining various federal, state and county benefits. 
  • Assist in the development and processing of claims for benefits through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs:  service-connected compensation; DIC; non-service-connected pension; survivor's benefits; special allowance of aid and attendance; educational benefits; government life insurance; VA home loans; VA health care benefits and related benefits. 
  • Free transportation service to and from the Ann Arbor MI VA Medical Center through the DAV shuttle van service for appointment scheduled between 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
  • Replacement of lost DD Form 214's, military records, service treatment records and medals. 
  • Temporary emergency assistance for indigent Michigan veterans and their legal dependents.
  • Become a volunteer driver for the Lenawee County DAV shuttle van service

Hours of Operation

Monday through Thursday

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Closed at noon to reopen at 1:30 p.m.

Closed on Fridays for in-service processing and administrative functions

The VA's lobby is open to the public Monday - Thursday (normal operating hours) and closed on Friday for administrative purposes.  We continue to process claims, provide emergency relief and answer inquiries.  At this time, we are not scheduling sit-down appointments in our inter-offices.  Clients are instructed on what documentation is needed to file a claim for benefits and/or relief and they deliver the information to us in-person or scan/email or fax or send the information through the postal system.  We even provide curbside service, if requested.  We will conduct a telephone interview when completing the forms for benefits/relief and inform the client when everything is ready for their review and signature.  If client’s needs to drop-off documentation on a Friday, they can push it under the door for us to find.

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