State Rep. Anielski And Ohio Veterans Services Director Tansill Record PSA
Encourage military personnel to become informed about benefits

COLUMBUS—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R–Walton Hills) and Chip Tansill, Director of the Ohio Department of Veterans Services, recently recorded a public service announcement (PSA) urging military personnel to contact the Ohio Department of Veterans Services to learn about benefits available to them.

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"I would like military personnel to be aware of all the programs and services which are available to them," said Rep. Anielski.  "By contacting their local veteran services office, military members and their families can receive assistance and guidance."

Benefits to military personnel can include heath care, injury compensation and higher education financial aid, among others. Veterans and active duty military members can call 1-877-OHIO-VET or visit for more information.

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