Commissioner Ron Welch (BG Ret.) invites Connecticut Veterans to join him, members of the DVA Board of Trustees, DVA Staff and Residents, and State and Federal level dignitaries at the CT DVA’s Black History Month Celebration event. The event will take place on Thursday, February 22, 2024 at 10:00 A.M. at the DVA’s Gold Star Families Memorial Auditorium. Our Keynote speaker is Board of Trustee member Dr. Carlita Cotton. For more information press here

Overview

The Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) has a long history of "Serving Those Who Served"; since 1864, the Agency has supported Connecticut Veterans and continues this tradition with Residential and Healthcare programming on our campus in Rocky Hill.

There are two paths for residency at the DVA: 

 residential facility                                                                           

Residential Facility

Offering temporary, supportive living with programming designed to return Connecticut veterans to independent living in the community.

 DVA Healthcare Center

Sgt. John L. Levitow Healthcare Center

A state-of-the-art medical facility with long-term care for veterans with chronic, disabling conditions who require 24-hour assistance.