Our veterans are important to us! Please see below for Veteran resources.
Central Ohio Veterans have access to state-of-the-art health care at the Chalmers P. Wylie Outpatient Clinic, which provides "a full range of ambulatory healthcare services."
It is located at:
543 Taylor Avenue
Columbus, OH, 43203
You can call the Clinic at 614-257-5200.
The Columbus Vet Center #221 (located at 30 Spruce Street) provides counseling and benefits assistance to eligible Veterans and their families. You can call the Vet Center at 614-257-5550.
The Department of Veterans Affairs provides "primary care, specialized care, and related medical and social support services."
My HealtheVet is the Veterans Health Administration's Health Portal. Via the Internet, it allows Veterans and their families to access "health information, tools and services anywhere in the world."
Obtain A Summary of VA Benefits from the Department of Veteran Affairs. State of Ohio The Governor's Office of Veterans Affairs coordinates with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and oversees the 88 County Veterans Service offices in Ohio. It is also responsible for the Ohio Veterans Plaza and the Ohio Veterans Hall of Fame, and works with many other organizations to provide information and assistance to Veterans.
The Veteran's Service Division of the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services provides information on programs and services for Veterans.
Veterans may safeguard their important discharge papers at no cost. Original documents or certified copies of military discharge certificates and DD-214 forms may be presented for filing in the Franklin County Recorder's office.