If you are having trouble with the VA or just need a little help with some questions then keep reading. We have found this to be very useful and hopefully you will too. You want to make sure that you try all avenues open to you regarding getting help. First of all, you can start off by asking questions here on Veterans Resources. There are many smart individuals here who may be able to point you in the right direction. You need to make sure that you use a VSO. Make sure that this VSO is the right one for you, that they will be able to help you and are competent to do the job. Here is a list of how you can find the contact information for a VSO in your area. Visit the VSO website, http://www.va.gov/vso/ Contact your local Veterans Organizations such as the VFW and DAV As your final and last resort you can call, visit, or write the Congressperson that represents your district. Here is a Web Site to help you make contact with your Congressperson. http://www.house.gov/writerep/ Again, make sure that you have tried all your other options first before going to your Congressperson. You want to have exhausted all options first and made sure that you have gone through all the proper steps and filled out the appropriate forms.