Overview of All VA Benefits for Disabled Veterans
Many benefits are available to veterans through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Veterans Service-Connected Disability Compensation
To get veterans disability compensation benefits, you must be able to prove your medical condition was caused by or worsened by your service.
VA Pension for Retired Veterans
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides supplemental income for low-income wartime veterans in the form of Pension, Housebound, and Aid and Attendance benefits.
Combat-Related Special Compensation for Disabled Veterans
Combat-related special compensation (CRSC) is a monthly benefit for eligible retired veterans with service-connected, combat-related disabilities.
Concurrent Retirement and Disability Payments (CRDP) for Disabled Veterans
Military retirees with service-connected disabilities are eligible for disability compensation in addition to their military retirement pay.
Survivor Benefits for Spouses and Children of Deceased Veterans and Service Members
There are certain cash benefits that are available to survivors of deceased active duty members and deceased veterans.
Benefits for Disabled Veterans' Spouses and Children
Health care and educational benefits are available to spouses and children of veterans who are totally and permanently disabled.
Social Security, Medicare & Government Pensions: Get the Most out of Your Retirement & Medical Benefits
Nolo's book covers Medicaid rules for seniors and persons with disabilities.
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