We help veterans like you get the benefits and support you need. Learn how we can help you file benefit claims, connect with other veteran organizations that seek to serve you and more on the veterans’ page.


Members can find their local chapter, read about chapter news and find out what DAV MN is doing statewide to advocate on their behalf on the members' page. You can also learn about the latest discounts and other perks.


You don’t have to be a member of DAV MN to support Minnesota’s disabled veterans. You can support our work with donations of time, money, clothes, medical equipment or used vehicles. Find out how.


Treaties are signed and the battles of nations end, but the personal battles of those disabled by war only begin when the guns fall silent. These men and women struggle to regain health, reshape lives transformed by disability, learn new trades or professions, and rejoin the civilian world.

At each step, they need help to help themselves. At each step, the women and men of the Disabled American Veterans of Minnesota (DAV MN) provide that help free of charge.

DAV MN is the state branch of a national organization. We are a membership organization made up of women and men disabled in our nation’s defense. We are not a political association. We seek to defend the rights and interests of disabled veterans of all shades of political opinion.

Visit the veterans’ section now and learn more about the help that DAV MN provides. Interested in membership? Read about the benefits, and how your membership  helps us serve others.


Commander Update

I hope you are all enjoying your summer with family and friends and at the same time providing summer enjoyment to the veterans we serve. It is a great time to be outdoors in our beautiful State ! One the early highlights of the summer for me, and many fellow DAVers was the June Trolling…

Adjutant Whitehead

Adjutant Update

Everything is finally wrapping up for year 2013-2014. It was another incredible year of success, growth and end results. This year’s convention in Rochester, MN was a great convention. I want to Thank Chapter 28, Mayo-Hiawatha for hosting the hospitality room and all the support they gave the Department. Like many other Chapters, you have…