Financial Resources for Veterans
- US Cares Emergency Assistance Program. …
- The American Legion Temporary Financial Assistance. …
- Operation Family Fund. …
- Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes. …
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Aid & Attendance/Housebound Assistance. …
- Personal Online Fundraising.
How do you get a VA hardship?
To request a VA hardship determination and copay exemption:
- Fill out a Request for Hardship Determination (VA Form 10-10HS). Get VA Form 10-10HS to download.
- Write a letter explaining why you’re requesting a hardship determination. …
- Submit your completed form and letter to us.
What benefits can a veteran receive?
Major Veteran Benefit Programs
- Disability compensation.
- Veteran’s pension programs.
- Free or low-cost medical care through VA hospitals and medical facilities.
- Education programs.
- Housing and home loan guarantees.
- Job training.
- Small Businesses and business loans (Through Small Business Administration)
How do I receive money from the VA?
You can choose to get your VA pension payments, disability compensation, and education payments through direct deposit. If you switch from getting paper checks to receiving your payment through direct deposit, you’ll get your payments faster because you won’t be waiting for your check to arrive by mail.
Can the VA help me with debt?
The VA also offers student loan debt relief options including the VA Education Debt Reduction Program, which repays a portion, or all, of student loans for workers who take a job at a VA center or hospital.
What does the VA consider financial distress?
What is VA financial hardship? “Financial hardship” for purposes of requesting expediting of your VA disability claim means that you, the veteran, are unable to earn enough income to pay essential expenses such as housing payments or medical expenses relating to your disability.
Do all Veterans get a monthly check?
The Veterans Pension program provides monthly payments to wartime Veterans who meet certain age or disability requirements, and who have income and net worth within certain limits. Find out if you’re eligible for this benefit.
What disqualifies you from VA benefits?
If you’re a current or former member of the Reserves or National Guard, you must have been called to active duty by a federal order and completed the full period for which you were called or ordered to active duty. If you had or have active-duty status for training purposes only, you don’t qualify for VA health care.