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Veterans Benefits

 

Explore Veterans benefits and eligibility including health care, pension, life insurance, disability compensation, housing, education and training, employment assistance, survivors benefits, and memorial benefits. 


 
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  • How much do all those active duty benefits come to? What do you need to expect when leaving the military? This article will help you prepare.

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  • Information on Beneficiary Travel Qualifications for Veterans at Hunter Holmes McGuire VA Hospital.

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  • Virginia Department of Veterans Services advocates for Virginia veterans and connects them to earned benefits and services they have earned. Information on current federal, state and local veterans’ programs, entitlements and referral services is available in Virginia through a network of 26 benefit service offices.

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  • This fact sheet provides information about the benefits most commonly affected by imprisonment.

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  • Find information and links to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) that most military Veterans need resources for, such as obtaining military revcords and verifying service records. 

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  • This new statewide marketing program will give Virginia farmers who have served in the military the opportunity to participate in a national branding campaign in partnership with the Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC). The new combined Virginia Grown and Homegrown By Heroes (HBH) logo will inform consumers that products with the logo were produced by Virginia’s military veterans and will serve as an extra incentive to consumers when buying local farm products. The program is available to Virginia farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and value-added producers of all branches and eras of military service.

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  • Information about Medical Foster Homes for Veterans.

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  • Virginia is home to more than 874,000 veterans, and active duty, or military reservists and the Commonwealth knows how important it is to take care of this sector of the population. Attorney General Mark R. Herring has created the Virginia Military and Veteran Legal Resource Guide, a new tool to help Virginia servicemembers, military families, and veterans understand the unique legal protections, rights, and resources available to them under the law.

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  • Learn more about "My HealtheVet", the VA's Personal Health Record, designed for Veterans, active duty Servicemembers, their dependents, and caregivers.

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  • With the growth of social networking more and more people are turning to the internet to sell unwanted items. Many military spouses turn to the internet to sell items that will not fit into their new homes. 

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  • Under the "Caregivers and Veterans Omnibus Health Services Act of 2010," additional VA services are now available to seriously injured post-9/11 Veterans and their Family Caregivers through a new program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers. VA is now accepting applications for these services.

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  • Find out about federal tax-related information for Veterans provided by the Internal Revenue Service about tax credits and benefits, free tax preparation, financial education and asset-building opportunities.

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  • If you are a transitioning service member one of the first steps you will want to take is getting registered with the VA Hospital in your area. First, you will want to visit your local VA and get registered.

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  • Find out what changes are being made to the Transistion Assistance Program (TAP).

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  • Eligibility for most federal and state benefits is based on discharge from active military service under other than dishonorable conditions. Active service means full-time service as a member of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, or as a commissioned officer of the public health service, the Environmental Services Administration, or the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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  • At the beginning of June 2017 the White House began the soft launch of the Veteran Complaint Line. This line has been created to give veterans a direct voice to the White House.

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  • The Caregiver's Guide to Veterans Benefits from AgingCare.com provides essential information on various veterans benefits programs for veterans, their family caregivers, dependents, and survivors. 

  • Veteran Treatment Court explained | Take Part

    Veteran Treatment Courts offer an alternative to incarceration. In Veteran Treatment Courts our Veterans are surrounded by other veterans and get the support they need that is unique to their treatment. To learn more about this life saving program watch the video.