DAV and Veterans of Foreign Wars have VSO's also. The state of Georgia offer help too. You can go to the main VA office beside the VA hospital and they can "help". Be prepared for an all day event with rude people. Do a Google search for VSO in Georgia.
https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ not sure if you have been here but this site has alot of resource links as well as instructions to file a claim online. I retired last year and this site helped me out. Once you get an account you can track appointments and the claim status
Ebenefits is decent once you get your claim filed but whatever you do....don't go it alone. The DAV NSO will take your medical records and file a very thorough claim with the correct wording which will maximize the potential for approval. they do not exaggerate or falsify anything but if you use the wrong verbiage to describe the condition and its impact your valid condition may not get the consideration you deserve. Feel free to PM me and I can put you in contact with the one here in middle GA for assistance.
Be ready for a L-O-N-G fight. I was in Vietnam in 1969-1970. Got back and got 40% in 2012. Just got out of the hospital Nov. 17 2015 after a 4 month stay Colon Cancer 3 operations
I file with VA on Dec 14 2015. I will never get anything for this I will more than likely be dead. (GOOD LUCK)
i filed october 2nd in 2015 and already did medical exams for claims and ebenefits showing preparation for decision guess im a lucky one that went that quick but i also filed with american legion rep there really good and now is the time to get it done with all that heat the va got they are contracting out medical appointments to get it done quicker