The Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs provides resources and services to military veterans residing in the state of Oklahoma including assistance with state and federal benefits, disability claims, burial and survivor benefits, healthcare, employment, education, mental health/suicide prevention, entrepreneurship, and veteran-owned businesses, women veteran services and veterans in agriculture. ODVA also operates seven long-term care facilities for veterans throughout Oklahoma.
Empowering veterans and servicemembers in their pursuit of quality of life and quality of opportunity in the great State of Oklahoma.
Our mission is to support, honor, and care for Oklahoma veterans. We create and sustain programming that:
- Facilitates personal and financial independence for veterans in all phases of life;
- Advocates for veteran interests in state and federal law and regulations;
- Cultivates community support for veterans and veterans’ programs;
- Assists eligible veterans and dependents with State and Federal claims and benefits;
- Embraces training and connection opportunities in areas of mental health and suicide prevention;
- Promotes enterprise, entrepreneurship and employment opportunities for veterans;
- Guarantees high quality of care and a home-like environment in State Veterans Homes;
- Supports military personnel in transitioning to civilian life as Oklahoma veterans;
- Maximizes GI Bill® accessibility and use in Oklahoma;
- Partners with public and private entities to support broadest access for veterans to resources; and
- Helps Oklahoma veterans flourish in all areas of human endeavor.
It is the goal of the Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs that all programs administered by this agency to Oklahoma veterans will always be first in the nation in:
Veterans Crisis Line
2132 NE 36th
Oklahoma City , OK 73111
Report fraud, waste, abuse, neglect, or resident/family concerns to ODVA Central Office at 405-523-4014.