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Need help?

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A footer found on application pages that provides contact information for the VA.



View va-need-help in Storybook


When to use

  • As a footer for form pages in an application. This component should appear at the bottom of introduction and form pages within an application, above the standard VA footer.

How this component works

  • Need help? is in a <h2> element followed by one or more paragraphs that contain contact information for the VA.
  • Telephone numbers should use the telephone component.


  • This component appears at the bottom of the page, just before the standard VA footer.

Code usage

Code for this component is shown in Storybook. Follow the link provided in examples.

Content considerations

  • Content can vary by form and should be discussed with the content team before deploying your application.
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Last updated: Feb 13, 2024