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Lower Bucks County Disabled American Veterans
5915 Bristol Emilie Rd, Levittown, PA 19057
The Lower Bucks County Disabled American Veterans is an organization dedicated to improving the lives of veterans andMore non-veterans alike. Located on Bristol-Emilie Road just northeast of where it connects with Green Lane, this organization supplies books, clothes, pots and pans, beds, walkers, wheelchairs, bed pans and so much more to those in need in the lower Bucks area. It also supplies a building for veterans to meet, exercise, have barbecues and other events. Over all, this organization is here to give support or advice to any veteran, disabled or elderly individual whether the topic is housing or recreation or general living. 
Bucks County Military Affairs
7321 New Falls Rd, Levittown, PA 19055

The Military Affairs department assists veterans with a variety of needs. This office is located in the GovernmentMore Services Complex building with its main entrance through the front of the building. There is also a veterans' memorial located in the rear of the building, adjacent to the Bucks County Library.

Veterans' services include benefits for burial allowance, headstone, flag and grave markers, emergency assistance, van schedule, disabled veterans and a real estate tax exemption program. The department also works in conjunction with the Travis Manion Foundation that provides assistance to wounded veterans and the families of fallen service members. 

Century 21
1288 Veterans Hwy, Levittown, PA 19056
Owned and operated by Ray Chapman, this business specializes in meeting all the needs associated with buying and sellingMore homes. It will include a free comparative market analysis with consultations and serves all of Bucks county. It is located on Veterans Highway (Route 413), next to the Chesterfield Apartments.
American Red Cross Lower Bucks County Chapter
1909 Veterans Hwy, Levittown, PA 19056
This is the Levittown office of the American Red Cross. It is a humanitarian organization devoted to aiding those inMore need. This includes sufferers of a natural disaster, the homeless, armed forces and more. It also sponsors blood drives to ensure that when there is a need for a transfusion there is plenty of donor blood to go around.