"Serving those who honored Kansas with their service and sacrifices,  
as they have served us"

The Kansas Commission on Veterans' Affairs Office mission is to provide Kansas veterans, their relatives, and other eligible dependents with information, advice, direction, and assistance through the coordination of programs and services.


If you are a veteran in emotional crisis and need help RIGHT NOW, call 988, available 24/7, and tell them you are a veteran. All calls are confidential.

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Tired of the High Cost of Nursing and Assisted Living

The Kansas Commission on Veterans Affairs Office is here to help.
About 200 miles separates the Kansas Soldiers' Home in Ft. Dodge from the Kansas Veterans' Home in Winfield and while they are distinctly different in size and appearance, they both provide the same outstanding service to veterans and family members. Each can provide domiciliary or assisted living, long-term care, and special care for Alzheimer's and related dementia. As well as, specialized rehabilitative services such as skilled nursing, physical therapy and speech therapy. The local communities play a large part of the resident activities at both of these locations. As a benefit to qualified veterans, the monthly fees are significantly less than the national average for nursing and assisted living costs. The Soldiers' Home and The Veterans' Home are both great options to consider for your care and housing needs.

Click on the links below to see the admissions requirements and priorities for each home. Please contact Myra Snedeker at 620-221-9479 extension 262 or email her at msnedeker@kcva.org for more information.

Kansas Soldiers' Home, Ft. Dodge, Information Link
Kansas Veterans' Home, Winfield, Information Link

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