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  • Giving Homeless Veterans a Helping Hand

    Giving Homeless Veterans a Helping Hand

    0 CommentThere are about 250 organizations, some working with the VA, some independent, that work to help homeless veterans. The services vary, and provide support, resources and opportunities for homeless veterans. The services can be limited by funds, but often include shelters, food banks, some medical screenings and counseling. For a list of these community-based service…

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  • The Chapter 31 Program

    The Chapter 31 Program

    0 CommentThe VA’s Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) Program helps veterans who have service-connected disabilities get and maintain a job. The program is part of a law enacted by Congress under Title 38 Code of Federal Regulations, Chapter 31. It offers a range of services, including: Interest and aptitude testing: This is a test that helps…

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  • Work Experience & Job Training

    Work Experience & Job Training

    0 CommentIf you enrolled in a higher learning institution, subsistence allowance rates are paid. Full time means taking at least 12 credit hours in a term, three-quarters time is defined as at least 9 credit hours in a term, and half time is taking at least 6 credit hours in a term. Work-Experience Programs The monthly…

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  1. I did use eBenefits, until I was booted off due to some seucrity problem. It kept asking me three seucrity questions that apparently I don’t know how to answer, and all three have to be answered correctly, at the same time, to verify.So I called the helpdesk, who was kind enough to transfer me to the VA’s 1-800 number, and prvided me with the menu options to get through to eBenefits. I waited, and heard the (dreaded) recording Thank you for calling the Dept. of VA. We are unable to take your call at this time. Ebenefits was not designed to help veterans, but to give the appearance that the VA is doing something involving websites. It sucks, it doesn’t help, and it breaks easily.

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