Veterans Service Office

The Veterans Service Officer provides assistance to veterans and their dependents in obtaining benefits.

This office helps veterans obtain assistance from programs administered by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and programs administered by the state.

This office helps qualified veterans obtain pensions, compensation, medical benefits, home loan guarantee certificates and educational benefits. Dependents are assisted in their applications for burial benefits and insurance.

The Veterans Service Office maintains recorded military discharge papers and provides copies to agencies as needed. This office also works closely with other veteran organizations in the county and state and makes referrals to those organizations when necessary.

The current Veterans Service Officer (VSO) is David Bratton. You can reach the office by phone at (701) 252-9043 or e-mail at dbratton@nd.gov.

The office is located on the lower level of the Stutsman County Law Enforcement Center, at 205 6th St SE, Jamestown.

Transportation

Vans, originating in Bismarck, transport veterans to the Fargo VA Medical Center for appointments. Upon arrangement, these vans stop in Jamestown on their way to Fargo. This service is free of charge. Passengers must be able to get on and off the vans unassisted. The volunteer drivers do not have medical training, and cannot lift passengers in and out of the vehicles or transport passengers with serious medical conditions. Veterans may be accompanied by an attendant under special circumstances.

For a schedule of when the vans are opearting please use the link under the 'Quick Links' section on the right hand side of this page. Please call our office if you have any questions or would like to reserve a ride on the van.