Celebrating Over 60 Years of Continuous Service
Our mission is to represent, refer, and assist veterans and their dependents in obtaining compensation, pension, education benefits, life insurance, medical treatment, home loans, California State Veterans benefits, burial benefits, discharge upgrades, and employment referrals.
The Plumas County Veterans Service Office was established in May 1945 to serve the military veterans of Plumas County. Since the beginning, serving the needs of local veterans has been the focus of the department. With the support of local veterans, veterans organizations, and the Plumas County Board of Supervisors, this office has continually acted as the veteran's advocate and has maintained a vital role in ensuring the receipt of veterans' benefits.
We provide claims assistance, client advocacy, case maintenance, information, and referrals to the following groups of people:
- Widows or widowers of veterans
- Children of deceased or disabled veterans
- Parents who lost a son or daughter in military service
- VA Van - departs the Quincy upper parking lot (270 County Hospital Road) on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 0700 to VAMC Reno for Veteran's appointments, returning to Quincy after Veteran's last appointment.
Greenville American Legion Post 568 Meeting 2nd Tuesday of the month @ 7 pm (1900) @American Legion Hall in Greenville
Quincy VFW Post 3825 Meeting 3rd Wednesday of the month @ Quincy Veterans Hall (274 Lawrence Street, Quincy) @ 7pm (1900)
American Legion Post 329 Portola California meetings conducted first Wednesday of the month at the Veterans Hall in Portola at @7pm (1900)
VFW Post 3758 Portola 1st Tuesday of the month @Veterans hall in Portola @ 4 pm (1600)
American Legion Post 664 meeting the 3rd Monday of the month @the Memorial hall in Chester @7PM (1900)