Tracey Overcash


The Veterans & Family Support Program is our mission to provide support and care to our nation’s heroes and their family members. 

Please keep in our hearts our Auxiliary members who are Veteran’s family members and may also be caregivers.

Do you know a member who is a fulltime caregiver?  It’s a possibility that this member may be entitled to assistance from Veteran Affairs (VA).  "The Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC) is for eligible Veterans who have incurred or aggravated a serious injury in the line of duty on or before May 7, 1975 or on or after September 11, 2001.  

This program provides resources, education, support, a financial stipend, health insurance (if eligible) and beneficiary travel (if eligible.) 

For more information visit or talk to a Service Officer.


Veterans Crisis Line information

Are you a veteran in crisis or concerned about one? You are not alone the Veterans crisis line is here to help,

if you need help or know someone that needs help click here, to be directed to veterans crisis line website.

You do not need to be enrolled in VA benefits or health care connect to get help.

 For immediate help

 Dial 988 press 1 or text 838255

VFW's National Veterans Service

NVS Consist of a nationwide network of service officers who are experts in dealing with the claims process and help thousands of veterans cut through the bureaucratic red tape every year. They are the key to success, recovering approximately $1 billion in earned benefits and compensation for veterans each year.


Franklin County Veterans Affairs


Our office is dedicated to serving the needs of area veterans and their families through benefit coordination, outreach, and advocacy.

The Office of Veterans Affairs is a local county office, accredited with Department of Military and Veterans Affairs through the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Our office performs a number of key functions including the following.

Information on federal, state, and county benefits and resource
Benefit Claims: submission and appeals
Veteran Temporary Assistance
Healthcare information and enrollment assistance
Outreach programs (community events, peer services, and service dog program)
Information and support for justice-involved veterans

Click here for more information about Franklin County Veterans Affairs 
Save A Vet Save A Pet
We need foster homes for our dogs.
We also need Veterans that are in need of service dogs.
If you can foster a dog, know of a Veteran in need of a service dog, or want to make a monetary donation to our program.
Please click here for more information about our program.
 Learn more about the PACT act and your VA Benefits here.


Click here for other Important Phone Numbers