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VA to Hold Office Hours Every Second Friday

The Office of Veterans Affairs will be having office hours on St. John on Friday, July 10 and on the second Friday of every month. Operating hours for the St. John office will be 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at the Battery in Cruz Bay, according to a press release issued on Thursday by the Office of Veterans Affairs.
Any veteran residing on St. John who needs assistance can come to the office between these hours and receive the same services he or she would if they were at the St. Thomas or St. Croix office. It is strongly recommend that people call the St. Thomas office at 774-6100 and schedule an appointment if it is his or her intent to visit the St. John office.
Setting an appointment will ensure that Veterans Affairs has the person’s files available upon arrival. Improving the quality of life for every veteran within the territory at every opportunity is what the team within the Office of Veterans Affairs is striving to do.
“If the need arises to have an additional day added to the St. John schedule in the future, we will do just that,” said Director Farrell.
 

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