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​VEC Unemployment Workforce Occupational Skills Training (Call numbers below for qualifying information and office locations):
​            1. Richmond Resource Workforce Center (WIA)      (804)  652-3280       
            2. Chesterfield Resource Workforce Center (WIA)   (804)  652-3490 
            3. Henrico East Resource Workforce Center (WIA)  (804)  952-6116
            4. Petersburg  Resource Workforce Center (WIA)    (804)  862-6155

Department of Social Services (DSS)​ (Call numbers below for qualifying information and office locations):
​            1. City of Richmond             (804) 726-7000
            2. County of Chesterfield     (804) 748-1100
            3. County of Henrico            (804) 652-3123 (East End) (804) 501-4001 (West End)
            4. County of Hanover           (804) 365-4100
            5. City of Petersburg            (804) 861-4720
​            6. County of Hopewell          (804) 541-2330

Richmond Redevelopment & Housing Authority (RRHA) (Call (804) 780-4200 for qualifying information and office location)

Department of Aging & Rehabilitative Services (DARS) (for Richmond call (804) 588-3333 for Henrico call (804) 662-7000 for qualifying information and office location) 

Department of Blind & Vision Impaired (Call (804) 371-3140 for qualifying information and office location)

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**Call School Office (804) 233-9494 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm for Payment Plan information**

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VEC Unemployment Workforce Occupational SkillsTraining: 
 1. Richmond Resource Workforce Center (WIA)
 2. Chesterfield Resource Workforce Center (WIA)
 3. Henrico East Resource Workforce Center (WIA) 
 4. Petersburg Resource Workforce Center (WIA)

Department of Social Services (DSS)
 1. City of Richmond
 2. County of Henrico 
 3County of Hanover
 4. City of Petersburg
 5. County of Chesterfield

Richmond Rehabilitation & Housing Authority (RRHA)

Department of Aging & Rehabilitative Services (DARS)

Department of Blind & Vision Impaired (DBVI)

Amazon's Career Choice Program

Salvation Army

Salvation Army (Call numbers below for qualifying information and office locations:
1. City of Richmond    (804) 225-7470
2. City of Petersburg   (804) 732-8921
3. City of Hopewell      (804) 452-0232

​Virginia Department of Veteran Affairs

Post -911 GI Bill Monthly Housing Allowance (MHA) 

Dear Student,

A provision of the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2017,
known as the Forever GI Bill, changed how the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
pays the Post-9/11 GI Bill Monthly Housing Allowance (MHA). The law requires VA
to pay MHA based on the zip code of the training location where you attend the
majority of your classes.
VA is in the process of modifying and testing its systems to make this change,
however, you will continue to receive GI Bill benefit payments under the current rules
until those changes can be implemented.
If you are taking classes in multiple zip codes or locations other than your school’s
main campus, when VA updates its systems, your school will have to adjust your
enrollment certification with this information. In some circumstances, this may result
in a different MHA amount than what you previously received. You can search for
MHA by zip code on the GI Bill Comparison Tool at https://www.vets.gov/gi-billcomparison-

Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Is VA holding housing or tuition and fee payments while it makes these
systems changes?
Answer: No, VA will continue to process claims, and pay MHA and tuition and fees.
These payments are currently based on 2017 rates. Once system updates are
complete, VA will make any necessary adjustments to ensure you are paid correctly,
including any applicable Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA).
Question: I am attending classes in multiple locations with different zip codes,
should my school hold my enrollment certification until VA updates its systems?
Answer: No, VA is accepting all enrollment certifications and processing them under
current rules until its systems are updated.
Question: What happens when VA updates its systems and my MHA changes
because I am attending classes in different zip codes?
Answer: In the event of a debt or underpayment caused by VA updating its systems,
VA will review your file to determine if your MHA is being properly paid, and make
any necessary adjustments to ensure that you are paid correctly. Please note: If an
overpayment is established due solely to the system changes VA will not charge you
for the debt.
Question: How do I find the estimated amount I am entitled to?
Answer: The GI Bill Comparison Tool includes the MHA rate for your school’s main
campus, and allows you to search MHA rates by zip code: 

We regret any inconvenience this may cause, if you need assistance or have questions
pertaining to GI Bill benefits, you can contact us by calling 888-GIBILL-1 (888-442-4551)
between 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. Central Time, Monday-Friday. You can also ask us a question here -
https://gibill.custhelp.va.gov/. Please visit our website: https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/ or
Facebook page: https://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/ for the most up to date information.

Robert M. Worley II
Director, Education Service
Veterans Benefits Administration
Department of Veterans Affairs
Department of
Veterans Affairs
Veterans Benefits
1800 G Street NW
Washington, DC 20006
Contact information:
Phone: 1-888-442-4551
TDD: 711
Social media:
Twitter: @VAVetBenefits
If you know a Veteran who
is in crisis, call the Veterans
Crisis Line at 1-800-273-
8255 and press 1