SUPPORT FOR VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILY
WE'RE HERE FOR YOU...
The American Legion Department of Indiana believes we must act to ensure that no family endures hardships caused by military service.
We're here to assist families in need meet the cost of shelter, food, utilities and health expenses.
(IVETS & CEWF)
Since its establishment in 1925, The American Legion Temporary Financial Assistance (TFA) program has awarded cash grants to minor children of veterans who are eligible for American Legion membership.
These grants help families in need meet the cost of shelter, food, utilities and health expenses, thereby keeping the child or children in a more stable environment.
The Indiana Veterans Emergency Transition System (IVETS) and Children's Education and Welfare Fund (CEWF) are also available to Indiana veterans.
Both programs are designed to provide immediate financial assistance to veterans in need, and their families when applicable.
Contact 317-630-1391 for the quickest possible assistance.
Legionnaires Insurance Trust
LegionCare is a complimentary no-cost accidental death benefit provided to you by the Legionnaire Insurance Trust. All dues-paying Legion Family members, including the American Legion Auxiliary and Sons of the American Legion members 18 years and older, have the opportunity to enroll
Visit TheLIT.com to enroll for free.
Our Honor & Color Guard volunteers are highly motivated and maintain exceptionally high standards of appearance and conduct in their ceremonial duty.
Legion Honor & Color Guards are available to the public for a variety of events including funerals, parades, flag ceremonies and more.
Please refer to the list of Honor & Color Guards below available across Indiana, or contact your local American Legion post for more information.
Contact 317-630-1300 for assistance.
The American Legion, Department of Indiana legislative team and representatives work closely with our Indiana General Assembly to help shape bills and support legislation that we believe will improve the lives of our Hoosier veterans.
The Indiana Legion also partners with three of the other largest Congressionally chartered Veterans Service Organizations in the state, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Disabled American Veterans, and American Veterans, respectively.
Visit HoosierVeterans.org for more information.
Veteran Benefits Assistance
Veterans don’t have to stand alone in the in their battle for benefits and medical care. Our Department Service Officers help veterans and family members weed through the paperwork and bureaucracy of government in order to get the benefits and medical care deserved.
The American Legion department service officers provide free advice and guidance for veterans who need the services provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) regardless of whether or not they are members of The American Legion.
Contact the Veterans Service Office at 317-916-3605 for the quickest possible assistance.
The Hoosier Legionnaire
Since 1922, The Hoosier Legionnaire has been the official publication of The American Legion Department of Indiana with a current circulation rate of 80,000.
The newspaper is published quarterly and the content therein is produced by Hoosier Legion membership, the department and National Headquarters.
The department encourages members to contribute to the Hoosier Legionnaire. If you have content you wish to have published, including stories, images with captions, announcements, accomplishments, etc., please email:
Call 317-630-1363 for assistance.