VA healthcare

Important VA Healthcare Deadline For Post 9/11 Care Passes

UPDATE: November 28, 2023 The Department of Veterans Affairs reminded qualifying veterans about an important deadline–September 30, 2023, which was the final day for vets who deployed to a combat zone after 9/11 but never enrolled in VA healthcare to apply for VA healthcare benefits. Veterans who left active duty between September 11, 2001, and… Read more »

VA benefits for COVID

VA Disability Benefits for COVID-19

Here are the VA Disability benefits for Covid-19 for veterans. This covers both Covid-19 and Long Covid benefits for veterans.

VA Healthcare Benefits, Abortion, and Roe V. Wade

On Friday, June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade, the legal precedent which provided Constitutional protections for a woman’s right to choose for nearly five decades. This move will likely trigger bans on certain reproductive healthcare services offered in approximately half of the United States according to the Associated Press; the move… Read more »

Department of Veterans Affairs Resources for LGBTQ+ Veterans

Update: September 21, 2023: The Department of Veterans Affairs initiated a records review of military discharges issued under the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy which was ended in 2011. If you were given a punitive discharge under this policy and wish to have your discharge upgraded, see the DoD official site to learn how to… Read more »

Managing Your VA Benefits Online

If you are retiring or separating from military service, you will need to set up an account with the Department of Veterans Affairs in order to begin claiming VA benefits such as the GI Bill, or VA compensation for service-connected medical issues.