VA RESOURCES

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HERE’S A LIST OF RESOURCES THAT’S STILL

 

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Military.com

 

http://www.military.com/

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Intent to File Process

https://explore.va.gov/intent-to-file

 

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Masthead

http://www.nationalhomeless.org/factsheets/veterans.html

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National Coalition of Homeless Veterans

Sign up for the NCHV Newsletter Coalition Call Twitter Facebook

http://www.nchv.org/index.php/help/help-alabama

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Search Accredited Attorneys, Claims Agents, or Veterans Service Organizations (VSO) Representatives

https://www.va.gov/ogc/apps/accreditation/index.asp


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Disability Compensation Guide

Disability Compensation Guide

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BENEFITS

http://www.benefits.va.gov/compensation/

Disability Compensation is a tax free monetary benefit paid to Veterans with disabilities that are the result of a disease or injury incurred or aggravated during active military service. Compensation may also be paid for post-service disabilities that are considered related or secondary to disabilities occurring in service and for disabilities presumed to be related to circumstances of military service, even though they may arise after service

Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) is a tax-free monetary benefit generally payable to a surviving spouse, child, or parent of Servicemembers who died while on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive-duty training or survivors of Veterans who died from their service-connected disabilities. DIC for parentsis an income based benefit. Learn More

Special Monthly Compensation (SMC) is an additional tax-free benefit that can be paid to Veterans, their spouses, surviving spouses and parents. For Veterans, Special Monthly Compensation is a higher rate of compensation paid due to special circumstances such as the need of aid and attendance by another person or a specific disability, such as loss of use of one hand or leg. For spouses and surviving spouses, this benefit is commonly referred to as aid and attendance and is paid based on the need of aid and attendance by another person. Learn about special monthly compensation benefit rates

Other Benefits: VA provides additional housing and insurance benefits to Veterans with disabilities, including Adapted Housing grantsService-Disable Veterans’ Insurance, and Veterans’ Mortgage Life Insurance.

Eligibility Requirements

Compensation benefits require that your disability be service-connected. You must also have separated or been discharged from service under other than dishonorable conditions.

Disability Compensation Your disability must be the result of an injury or disease that was incurred or aggravated while on active duty or active duty for training; or from injury, heart attack, or stroke that occurred during inactive duty training. A disability can apply to physical conditions, such as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, as well as mental health conditions, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Learn More

Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) Surviving spouses of a Servicemember who died on active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty for training may be eligible for DIC. Children may be eligible for DIC if not included in the surviving spouse’s DIC benefit. Learn More

Special Monthly Compensation Disability compensation recipients may be eligible for this additional tax-free benefit due to the special circumstances of your disability, if you are housebound, or need help performing daily living functions. Learn about special monthly compensation benefit rates.

Application Process

The best way to apply for disability compensation is by obtaining an eBenefits account and applying online. When applying for compensation benefits, you must have access to the following information:

  • Discharge or separation papers (DD214 or equivalent)

  • Medical evidence (doctor and hospital reports)

  • Dependency records (marriage and children’s birth certificates)

Alternatively, you may print and mail-in VA Form 21-526EZ, Application for Disability Compensation and Related Compensation Benefits or call VA at 1-800-827-1000 to have the form mailed to you.

Service members may be able to receive disability compensation benefits sooner if you apply prior to your discharge from service through the Benefits Delivery at Discharge (BDD) or Quick Startpre-discharge programs.

Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) VA Form 21-534EZ, Application for DIC, Death Pension, and/or Accrued Benefits and mail it to your nearest VA regional office. Learn More

Special Monthly Compensation VA will automatically award special monthly compensation if your disability qualifies. To apply for SMC if you are housebound or required the aid and attendance of someone to perform daily living functions complete VA Form 21-2680 and mail it to your nearest VA regional office. Learn about special monthly compensation benefit rates

Fully Developed Claims

Filing a Fully Developed Claim (FDC) allows Veterans, Servicemembers and survivors the option to participate more fully in the claims process. When Veterans, Servicemembers and survivors provide all required evidence at the same time they submit a claim AND certify that they have no more evidence, VA can issue a decision faster.

Veterans may file the following types of FDC claims electronically:

  • An injury, disability, or condition you believe occurred or was aggravated by your service

  • A condition caused or aggravated by an existing service-related condition

File an Electronic FDC Today

  • Go to eBenefits.va.gov to find a Veterans Service Officer who can provide free, expert assistance.

  • Gather supporting documents, including your DD-214, service and private medical records, and buddy statements.

  • Initiate your claim at eBenefits.va.gov or call 1-800-827-1000 for assistance.

Four Steps to File a Fully Developed Claim Online

  • Step 1: Log on to eBenefits.va.gov

  • Step 2: Identify federal records

  • Step 3: Gather records (as applicable)

  • Step 4: Upload the documents

Fully Developed Claims for Servicemembers

Servicemembers use the Benefits Delivery at Discharge (BDD) program at eBenefits.va.gov to submit a Fully Developed Claim before discharge. The BDD program is available nationwide to all Servicemembers on full-time active duty, including members of the National Guard, Reserve, and Coast Guard.

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HERE’S A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE ON HOW TO PUT TOGETHER A FULLY DEVELOPED CLAIM

http://donavantwebsites.com/steps-to-a-fully-developed-claim/

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Here’s a bunch of stuff I stole from

VA IS LYING…VETS ARE DYING

 

CONTACT INFO FOR HELP WITH VA

VA HOT LINE 855-948-2311 — is designed to “collect, process and respond to the complaints of individual veterans in a responsive, timely and accountable manner,” according to VA officials. This is NOT a WH hotline, calls go directly to VA employees.

.. HELP for both VHA and VBA problems Email Ted Ebert <ted.ebert@va.gov> ……Put vet’s last name in the subject line …and provide the following info inside the email : #1 Vets full name and last four of Soc Sec # #2 Contact info including phone number. #3 Name of VA office involved. # 4 Tell what the VA did wrong. #5 Explain what you want the VA to do …Keep it simple and on point, and if you like, you may CC me at Ron@VAisLYING.com

………….FOR HELP WITH VA PROBLEMS ALL 50 STATES
Roger Peterman (317) 247-3300 Ext 85472 roger.d.peterman.ctr@mail.mil
Many members have received help from this contact

Need Records? Mary Ann Wentzel for HELP getting C Files or VA Med records email MaryAnn.Wentzel1@va.gov

THIS <veterans@donaldjtrump.com> is an Email address, which President Trump advertised as providing vets help with VA problems. Try it and let me
know what happens.

I have had some success with asking the VISN 15 Ethics officer to open an ethics investigation about a problem I am having with the VISN. Each VISN and VAMC has an ethics officer. This is a way to apply pressure on lying VA parasite asshole slugs. Ask for the ethics officer at YOUR VAMC or VISN.

VA HEALTH CARE PROBLEMS? … Try calling VHA Client Services. 202 461 7252 Many of the call takers there are pretty stupid, but some are not. If you get a good call taker, they will actually try to help you. This is NOT our top suggestion. I get the feeling these people are a cover up to hide problems

FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTERS PHONE DIRECTORY http://bit.ly/2mNUIc4

………………………….STATE VETERAN BENEFITS
—>http://www.military.com/…/state-veterans-benefits-directory…

………………………..CHAMP VA FOR DEPENDENTS
—> http://www.va.gov/…/prog…/dependents/champva/CHAMPVA_faq.asp

………………………………….NOVA ATTORNEYS
—-> https://vetadvocates.org/welcome/find-an-attorney/

MILITARY ONE SOURCE for active duty and recently separated
…………..> http://www.militaryonesource.mil/

………….FOR HELP WITH VA PROBLEMS ALL 50 STATES
Roger Peterman (317) 247-3300 Ext 85472 roger.d.peterman.ctr@mail.mil
Many members have received help from this contact

…WEST VIRGINIA VETS: If you have VA claims problems in West Virginia and you would like to be part of a media article about the West Virginia VARO call Ben Varela Villanueva. at 240-609-8672 Ben is currently working with a journalist on a story about West Virginia VA claims problems

Check out VA IS LYING HERE…

https://www.facebook.com/groups/VA.is.LYING/permalink/1407783279320309/

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