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The Bremer County Veterans Affairs Office provides information and assistance to all veterans in applying for federal, state and local VA benefits, as well as referrals to community resources.
Bremer County funds emergency assistance to resident beterans based on need. They provide van rides to VA medical facilities, including Iowa City VA Medical Center, the Waterloo Outpatient Clinic and to the Cedar Rapids Veterans Center. If you require travel to another facility, they can coordinate with other counties depending on your needs.
For further information, visit: Bremer County Iowa Veterans Affairs
Click on the link below for a complete database of every major college program of all accredited colleges in the U.S. that offers both full or partial online course options for Veterans who want to pursue their education. We recognize that our heroes want to balance their personal lives which include exploring different educational opportunities.
"Online learning continues to grow rapidly, and there are now many platforms for students -- K-12 through college and career development -- to access online courses. However, many students fail to utilize techniques to get the most from online learning. We've teamed up with education experts across the country to develop the most comprehensive tools and resources to help students make decisions about degree programs, better understand the college admissions process, and find and secure financial aid and scholarships."
Veterans' Health Issues
Veterans who develop mesothelioma as a result of their service in the military are entitled to benefits and assistance from the U.S. government. Please visit any of the sites below to access free information about asbestos-related cancer, including guides on health care options and assistance in filing VA claims.
"Sleep problems are a common issue for people of all ages, but anyone diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder is more likely to experience difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. Sleep disturbances and nightmares are common symptoms of PTSD, and these symptoms may even exacerbate other PTSD symptoms and make treatment more difficult."
Visit this page for more information on how to get help with chronic sleep issues.