Meet the Nation's VA Benefits Experts

PVA National Service Officers connect at one of PVA's annual meetings
PVA National Service Officers connect and collaborate at one of PVA's annual meetings.

PVA's National Service Officers (NSOs) are the nation's experts in obtaining VA benefits. Not only are NSOs Veterans themselves, but PVA invests in our NSOs continuing education so they are always up to date on the latest in VA and PVA offerings. 

Annually, PVA NSOs gather at our Continuing Education Program (CEP) to get crucial updates from PVA departments so they can provide the latest information to the Veterans, dependents, and survivors they serve.

At this annual gathering, we also recognize the NSOs, Benefits Advocates, and Administrative Assistants who go above and beyond with special honors. These professionals are the best in the business and deserve recognition for how they change Veterans lives.

Client Testimonial

I needed someone's guidance and direction during a very critical personal time...

You make each individual feel unique as if he/she is the only person you are committed to provide service for. You have made the difference in my life. You touch lives, offer hope, provide support, and possess the superior ability to listen actively and effectively resulting in positive results that benefit those seeking resources. You display the incomparable characteristics of a well trained counselor, a trusted advocate, and a committed researcher. Your passion to provide assistance to everyone equally makes you into a successful agent of hope and faith. This should not be overlooked. 

- Alma, U.S. Army Veteran

Get Veterans Benefits Support

Learn about Veterans Benefits

Are you a Veteran looking for help with your VA benefits? Check out our Veterans Benefits page to learn more about the different benefits categories and what you may be eligible for. 

Get Help from a National Service Officer

Need help getting your VA benefits? National Service Officers are accredited experts in VA benefits and legally represent Veterans, dependents, and survivors before the VA and Board of Veterans Appeals. Contact the nearest Paralyzed Veterans of America National Service Office to learn more or file a VA claim.

Call the National Hotline

If there are no PVA National Service Officers in your area, you may contact the Veterans Benefits Department for help.

Apply for Membership

Honorably discharged military Veterans with paralysis due to a dysfunction of the spinal cord can apply for PVA membership online.