We have compiled the following list in an effort to provide resources our families might deem helpful. This page does not hold any VBAC information or links. The following are strictly informational and sources of public services, and support lines.
Veteran Crisis Hotline: For crisis assistance for veterans and military families please dial the following: 800-273-8255 (Press 1) Veterans Crisis Line
National Archives Order Form: Order discharge papers directly without assistance: Request Military Service Records
National Association of State Veteran Homes: View a list of state Veterans Homes and entry qualifications (Long wait times are common. Most homes offer skilled nursing care and some also memory care) : Find State Veteran Homes
VA Health Care / Medical Benefits: Check your eligibility to access the VA hospitals, physicians, clinics, and prescription services, please call the following: 855-574-7286 VA Medical Benefits
PTSD Support Groups: Locate a PTSD support group near you, also available for family and friends too. National Center for PTSD
Current Service Connected Compensation Rating Table: www.benefits.va.gov/COMPENSATION/resources_comp01.asp
Alzheimer’s Support: Locate a memory support group near you Alzhemier’s Association
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“I can’t thank you enough. My Dad is so appreciative and it really takes some of the stress away having the knowledge that he and my Mom can live in a place where they are getting the appropriate levels of care. As you well know, these changes to people lives late in their life is stressful enough. It is nice to realize that we have the ability and means to provide just enough help to get my Dad the help he truly deserves. Thank you again!”
“Thank you Alexandria. That means the world to me that you and Crystal are so nice. Someday I hope to meet you in person. Thank you and I love you for being kind.”
“Praise the Lord – God Bless you – I cannot express how grateful we are for your help – all that you do!
After my husband Max died last February, things seemed hopeless. My children encouraged me to move closer to them but I hate the cold weather. I have friends that live in a very nice retirement village but when I saw the prices I thought for sure I couldn’t afford it. When the nice young lady explained that I could be eligible for a benefit through the VA because Max served two tours in Korea I was skeptical. But after a quick 15 minute call with Veterans Benefits Aid Counsel I knew it was my Maxie smiling down on me. He always knew what was best even if I didn’t always agree.
Gladyss T., West Palm Beach
Thank you so much for saving the day. With Dad running out of funds quickly, having the reassurance of the Aid and Attendance Benefit will allow him to remain at the Assisted Living community he has come to love. All the best.
Roberta F., New Brunswick
Carroll and her team are amazing!! They make the process easy on families by emailing the nececessary VA paperwork to my sales team at the end of each tour. Resulting in a 12 additional move-ins in 3 months!!
Jesse Z., California
Thank you so much for all you do. It does not go unnoticed, your ears must ring all day long when I am telling families you are an amazing resource to them.
AnnMarie, New York