Veterans Services

Effective June 28, 2021, The Tehama County Veterans Services Office will be open M-TH from 9-12 and 1-4.  Walk-ins are welcome.  Appointments are preferred.  On Fridays, from 9-12 and 1-4 Walk-ins are accepted for the purpose of dropping off paperwork, Veteran ID’s and Licenses, etc.

If you are seeking a Tehama County Veterans I.D. card, bring an original or certified copy of your DD214, unless we already have it on file.  In addition to assisting with getting discounts at local businesses, the I.D. card provides free lifetime rides on the TRAX bus system.

About the Tehama County Veterans Service Office:

It is an office established by the Tehama County Board of Supervisors to assist in obtaining benefits from federal and state agencies administering programs for Veterans and their dependents.  Our Veteran Service Officer and Veteran Service Representatives are trained and accredited to assist local veterans with obtaining VA benefits for which they might be eligible. They are Tehama County employees, not VA employees. Our office can assist veterans and their family members with determining eligibility and filing claims for monthly VA compensation, pension, educational benefits, vocational rehab, VA health insurance and many other benefits.

Please call the Tehama County Veterans Service Office at 530-529-3664 with questions or to make an appointment. 

Additional resources:

California Department of Veterans Affairs:

U.S. Department of Defense:

Military OneSource:

Caregiver Support:

National Archives:


Department Staff


Contact Phone Area of Responsibility
Shawn Bondon 530-529-3664 Veteran Service Officer
Bryana Gray 530-529-3664 Office Assistant
Beverly Holden 530-529-3664 Veteran Service Representative
Rebecca Dericek Case Manager


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