Veteran’s benefits

Filing Dental Claims at Your Local VA Medical Center

If you’re considering filing a claim to receive dental care benefits from the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA), the process may be confusing, and it can be difficult to know where to begin. Here’s a guide to help you better...
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Educational Benefits for a Disabled Veteran’s Dependents

If you are a dependent spouse or child, or the surviving spouse or child of a veteran, you could qualify for Chapter 35 benefits through one of two GI Bill programs. The Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship is...
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Am I Eligible for Aid and Attendance or Housebound Benefits?

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers Aid and Attendance or Housebound benefits to eligible veterans and surviving dependents of deceased veterans. These disability benefits and housebound allowances are monthly payments added to a veteran’s pension, otherwise known as an...
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VA’s New Caregiver Program

Family caregivers are essential in supporting the wellness of many veterans, but the responsibility shouldn’t fall solely on caregivers alone. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) passed the MISSION Act in 2018 to help support veterans’ caregivers, which includes additional...
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Am I Eligible for VA Educational Benefits?

Whether you are a veteran with dependents or the dependent of a veteran, knowing your eligibility for educational benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is especially important as the time for college visits rolls around. Being aware of...
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What Is the Blue Water Navy Veterans Act

What Is the Blue Water Navy Veterans Act? The long-standing struggle for Blue Water Navy Veterans to receive VA Disability benefits for exposure to Agent Orange finally reached a conclusion in July, when the Blue Water Navy Veterans Act was...
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The Frightening Facts About Opioid Addiction and Our Veterans

National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) According to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), patients of the Veterans Health Administration are twice as likely to die from accidental overdose than non-Veterans. Thankfully, action has finally been taken. On April...
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Celebrating Our Women Veterans This Month and Beyond

Fifteen Women Veteran Trailblazers were selected and honored on March 6 at the Women in Military Service for America (WIMSA) Memorial, Arlington, Virginia. These are just a few of the stories and examples of the amazing sacrifices and accomplishments that...
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What Navy Veterans Need To Know About VA Disability

There are five branches of the Military. Each branch is unique and has its own set of challenges for the men and women who choose to enlist. Overall, the branch or branches of the Military in which you served won’t...
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June 2018 VA Disability Facebook Live Q and A Replay

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ajvokOCV-w&t=11s Jon:                        Alright everyone, thanks for joining us today for our VA Disability Q/A. We're currently sitting here with Devon Burnfield and Jess Hacker- Jess:                      Hello! Jon:                        From our VA Disability team. Now, you guys know Jess. SHe's done these...
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