Contact: Robert Turner
Military OneSource is your connection to information, answers and support
when MilLife happens.
We can help you overcome challenges, reach your goals and thrive.
As a member of our military family,
you are eligible to use this
Department of Defense-funded program
If we can’t get you the answers you need, we’ll connect you to someone who can.
General Questions: 1-800-698-2411
Remember, YOU ARE NOT ALONE - EVER!
Crisis Line (24/7 access)
Call: 1-800-273-8255, Option #1
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
100 N. Union St., Ste 850
LSA provides critical services to Veterans in our core services areas including Housing/foreclosure prevention, family/Domestic Violence, consumer protection, public benefits. These free services for civil matters strengthen and enhance the lives of Veterans and their families. In Addition LSA provides community education aimed at educating and empowering clients on their legal rights and responsibilities and focus on helping Veterans strengthen their lives, wellbeing and families.
2567 Fairlane Drive, Suite 200
Montgomery, AL 36116
P.O. Box 20728
Montgomery, AL 36120
Call: 334 832 4570
It is the duty of the state service commissioner, assistant state service commissioners and VSOs to inform members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their dependents of all federal, state and local laws enacted for their benefit.
To aid all residents of the State of Alabama who served in the Armed Forces of the United States, their relatives, beneficiaries and dependents to receive from the United States and the State of Alabama any and all compensation, pension, hospitalization, insurance, educational, employment pay and gratuity, loan guarantee or any other aid or benefit to which they may be entitled under current laws or laws to be enacted.
Veterans in Alabama have the advantage of being in the position to personally contact and receive service from the VSO near the veterans’ home.
There is no charge to any individual for any service performed by the Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs.
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Preparing for a Visit
with Your Healthcare Provider
Do you find that you make an appointment with your healthcare provider,
only to forget half your questions once you’re in the exam room? Does your healthcare provider ask you questions during a visit that you can’t answer?
Preparing for a healthcare provider visit can help you get the most out of your healthcare. Below are tips for helping you prepare for a visit to your doctor or other healthcare provider.
What to Bring to Your HCP Visit
Gather Your Medical History
Gather Your Family History
On a piece of paper, write your name and the names of your brothers and sisters. Below that, write the names of your parents, aunts, and uncles. Below that, write the names of your grandparents. Next to each name, write the person’s date of birth and list any health problems you know about. If the person has died, note the date and cause of death.
Organize Your Thoughts
Make a list of what you want to tell your healthcare provider and questions you want to ask. Mention how you’ve been feeling since your last visit. Speak up about any changes you’ve noticed, new symptoms you have, or anything else the healthcare provider should know.
A Family Member or Friend Can Help
Ask a family member or friend to come with you to the healthcare provider. They can:
Healthcare providers (HCPs) give general medical care and guide patients through the medical system.
Healthcare providers can be doctors:
HCPs can also be other trained professionals: