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Public Notice

Volunteer resources and contacts to help post-Hurricane Dorian


BOLIVIA, N.C. – Brunswick County Emergency Services coordinates offers for donations and volunteer assistance with the Brunswick County Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD).

Questions about who to contact for help, how to volunteer or how to donate items? Contact Emergency Services Volunteer and Nonprofit Coordinator Leslie Stanley for direction to the appropriate VOAD agency or county department based on your needs.

A list of VOAD partner organizations that may be able to assist residents with unmet and construction needs post-Hurricane Dorian is available at

Based on the level of impact to Brunswick County, VOAD anticipates that its available resources are enough to serve the areas affected by Hurricane Dorian. VOAD is thankful to everyone who has reached out to offer help.

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Veterans Medical Benefits

VA will provide health care, including medical or other treatment as required, to any honorably discharged veteran who meets the eligibility requirements. VA will also furnish care to certain persons who received an other than honorable discharge from service, but only for a disability which was incurred in or aggravated by service, in the line of duty.

Service Eligibility Requirements:

  • For service prior to September 1, 1980 a veteran must have one day or more of active duty to be eligible to receive healthcare.
  • For service after September 1, 1980, a veteran must have served twenty-four consecutive months of active duty. The exception to this rule is if the veteran has served one or more days in combat.

You must complete a VA Form 10-10EZ Application for Health Benefits, and submit it and a copy of your DD-214 discharge papers to the nearest VA medical facility.

The applications must be sent to the hospital of jurisdiction over the satellite clinics. Therefore, when applying to the Brunswick County VA Clinic or the Wilmington VA Health Care Center, you will need to mail the application to the Fayetteville Health Care Center. If you are applying to the Myrtle Beach VA Clinic, you will need to submit the application to the VAMC Charleston.

Mail to:

Fayetteville Health Care Center
7300 Raeford Road
Fayetteville, NC 28304

Attn: Health Eligibility


VAMC Charleston
109 Bee Street
Charleston, SC 29401-5799

Attn: Health Eligibility


Once you submit your application for health benefits, VA will determine your eligibility, and assign you to a Priority Group.
The VA uses priority groups to balance demand for VA health care enrollment. There are eight different priority groups. These priority groups are based upon whether the veteran has a service connected disability, received a Medal of Honor, a Purple Heart, or was a Prisoner of War (POW), if the veteran served in combat during specified periods, and then it is based on the veteran’s household income.

To check on the status of your application contact the VA Medical Center where you mailed your application and ask to speak with Health Eligibility.

Fayetteville Health Care Center
Phone: 910-488-2120

VAMC Charleston
Phone: 843-577-5011

If you are currently assigned to one of these clinics and need to contact them for any reason, their phone numbers are listed below.

Brunswick County Outreach Clinic
Phone: 910-754-6141

Wilmington VA Healthcare Center
Phone: 910-343-5300

Myrtle Beach VA Clinic
Phone: 843-477-0177




(910) 253-2233
open mon-fri:
8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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