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While not specifically targeting veterans and their families, the Well Spouse Association provides help for veterans and families of veterans by providing support for spousal caregivers.
A Comprehensive Collection of Materials Relating to the Veterans Benefits Adjudication Process. Veterans Law Library provides help for veterans and families of veterans by providing a comprehensive guide to materials that may be useful in understanding veterans law. Veterans Law Library seeks to provide a full spectrum of source material available to all interested parties, and does not take a position on any issue relating to veterans law.
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Thank you for your service. We hope you find these resources helpful in avoiding some frequent scams and taking steps if you have been the victim of a scam. Please visit the websites provided below for more information.
Disability often brings to mind wheelchairs and amputees on crutches. The scope of disability has changed throughout the years and so has the mindset on what constitutes a disabled person. Federal disability discrimination law states that disability is defined as a mental or physical affliction that to a large extent hinders at least one or even more of an individual's important life actions. Impacted life activities can include self-care, learning, moving, and the basic activities of daily life, which include cooking to keeping your home clean. The terms that once defined disability have changed as well. Mental retardation is no longer a mainstream term, intellectual disability has long replaced it. People are less likely to be pigeon-holed into a category as the world awakened to what's possible, not impossible for a person "differently-abled." There is no physically disability that needs to set a person back, those veterans who have lost a limb, a child born with a physical birth defect such as a shortened arm, to diseases such as multiple sclerosis and muscular dystrophy, don't need to curtail activity or social life. Many disabled people used to live in institutions, now the amount of resources available to live a quality life are abundant; and most people living with an impairment can either live on their own or with support from family, friends, private, public or government programs.
Since 2006, VALoanCenter.net has been helping Veterans with information and resources to assist them in obtaining a VA Home Loan for the purchase or re-finance of their home.
VALoanCenter.net is not a government agency website or affiliated with the Department of Veterans Affairs. VALoanCenter.net has relationships with VA Loan Specialists who work for VA approved lenders. VALoanCenter.net may share your information with these trusted affiliates in order to assist you.
Now you can compare backlogs and wait times at the 58 VA regional offices on an interactive map provided by the Bay Citizen. The Bay Citizen claims that map automatically updates weekly, tracking in real-time whether the VA is living up to its promises to improve. Check it out and see for yourself.
At the time of this posting, the map shows that 821,143 military veterans are waiting with an avreage wait time of 273 days. The interactive map gives a pretty clear visual that our military veterans are stuck in disability claims backlog limbo.
Vets4Vets is a non-partisan organization dedicated to helping Iraq and Afghanistan-era veterans to heal from the psychological injuries of war through the use of peer support.
THE RETIRED ENLISTED ASSOCIATION (TREA) was founded in 1963 by two men retired from the Air Force -- Master Sergeant George Skonce and Master Sergeant Dean Sorell. These two dedicated retirees realized that they, and their fellow enlisted retirees, had no voice in the corridors of power to stand up for their hard-earned rights and promised benefits.
MaketheConnection.net connects Veterans and their friends and family members with information, resources, and solutions to issues affecting their health, well-being, and everyday lives.