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We provide a program dedicated to assisting veterans and their spouses in accessing home care services.

Explore the specialized care and financial assistance available through our dedicated program, with a focus on the VA Aid & Attendance benefit. Tailored to veterans and their spouses, this initiative ensures streamlined access to home care services, providing essential support with no out-of-pocket costs. Trust us to navigate the complexities, offering compassionate assistance that honors and uplifts our veterans and their families. Your pathway to exceptional home care, backed by the VA Aid & Attendance, starts here.

Who Qualifies for Aid and Attendance?

Military Service: Veterans and surviving spouses who served a minimum of 90 days, including at least one day during wartime, and received an honorable discharge, qualify for Aid and Attendance support.

Medical Need: For those with non-service-connected disabilities at or under 65 years old, documentation from Social Security proving disability is necessary for eligibility.

Money: Individuals with constrained financial means concerning healthcare costs.

Maximum Monthly Benefit
  • Up to $1,788 – Veteran
  • Up to $1,149 – Surviving Spouse
  • Up to $2,120 – Married Couple
  • Up to $2,808 – Married Veterans
War Periods for Eligibility
  • World War II: December 7, 1941 to December 31, 1946
  • Korean Conflict: June 27, 1950 to January 31, 1955
  • Vietnam Era: August 5, 1964 to May 7, 1975 or February 28, 1961 (for veterans who served “in country”) before August 5, 1964.
  • Gulf War: August 2, 1990 through a date to be set by law or Presidential Proclamation.
Documents Needed
  • Marriage License
  • Death Certificate (when applicable)
  • Honorable Discharge DD-214 (military form)
  • Social Security Award Letter
  • Copy of Last Three (3) Bank Statement
  • Pension Statements

Complete the form below: