Melrose Wakefield Saugus
Our goal is to provide assistance, information and dignified services to our veteran populations. The communities of Melrose Wakefield and Saugus are home to 5,056 civilian veterans.
Our district delivered more than $900,000 in direct financial assistance to low-income veterans and served more than 3,000 veterans and their families through referral and outreach services in fiscal year 2014.
Our district operates with the approval of the Massachusetts Department of Veteran Services and Secretary of Veteran Services Coleman Nee.
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We strive to have an open-door policy, stretching assigned fiscal dollars in a district format that allows us to return phone calls and schedule appointments within 24 hours. To see the biographies of our staff and their contact information, click here.
Every Massachusetts veteran has rights and all of our Chapter 115 fiscal functions are completed in accordance with 108 CMR. If you have difficulty reaching our office through our online, telephone and in-person services, please see the
Massachusetts Veteran Bill of Rights or our
community complaint procedures filed with the district director.
Chapter 115 Financial Assistance
Federal and State Benefit Referral
VA Healthcare Assistance
Housing and Employment Assistance
Veteran Programming and Events