Maine Veteran Resources
Thank you for visiting the Bureau of Veterans' Services! We hope that this site helps you find answers to your questions about the state and federal benefits you have earned for yourself and your family.
Please visit us anytime at our central office at Camp Keyes in Augusta, or at our seven dedicated field offices and itinerant locations, stretching from Caribou to Springvale.
the Togus Regional Office administers a variety of services and benefits including Disability Compensation and Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E). The RO provides outreach services for all Veterans with a special emphasis on the homeless, elderly, Veterans in rural locations, former Prisoners of War, minority Veterans and women Veterans. Additionally, the RO often attends Veteran-centric events in the community.
Gold Star Family Resources
Our Veteran Service Officers are available to assist you in identifying the full range of state and federal benefits available to you as the survivor of a veteran or service member. Please visit one of our Field Offices to meet with a Veteran Service Officer to learn more.
National Guard families have a dedicated resource to assist them after the loss of a service member. The National Guard Survivor Outreach Services program offers guidance and assistance to families on accessing the state and federal benefits available to military survivors. Maine's Survivor Outreach Services Coordinator will support families with resource referrals for:
Emergency financial services
Obtaining reports and military records
HONORING FALLEN HEROES
The Summit Project is a Living Memorial supported by an ever growing family of thousands of dedicated and patriotic individuals who all have personally invested in our mission. We are a nationally recognized, Maine based, 501(c)3 service organization and we have a very special way of paying tribute to the fallen service members from Maine who have died in the line of duty since September 11, 2001. We ensure that Maine Heroes are NOT Forgotten by carrying their memorial stones on tribute hikes and carrying their stories for a lifetime.