The Biden-Harris administration submitted to Congress the president’s budget for fiscal year 2023. This budget delivers critical resources to help VA serve Veterans and their families.
Tina Walker contacted the VA but was hitting a brick wall. Then she learned about VetsFirst, a service of the United Spinal Association.
Veterans with chronic medical conditions are eligible for a personalized medical ID bracelet, pendant or dog tag through the Prosthetics and Sensory Aids Department.
A little-noticed provision makes it easier for surviving spouses to continue receiving Department of Veterans Affairs benefits if they remarry.
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Hope for active duty service members and veterans who have returned home with physical and/or psychological health challenges that are creating difficulties in their intimate lives.
LGBT veterans forced from the military for their sexual orientation and given other-than-honorable discharges will be able to receive full Veterans Affairs benefits despite their dismissal status.