To be eligible for the Medical Benefits Package offered by the VA, a service member must have served in an active-duty capacity.
When applying for VA benefits, you will have to fill out the application form, submit all required paperwork, and have your application reviewed to be assigned to an enrollment priority group.
Explore the details of what's covered and what's not covered by the medical benefits plan offered to veterans by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The VA Medical Benefits Package offers comprehensive health care, including preventative care, mental health, emergency care, and specialist care.
MyHealtheVet is the online portal for managing your VA health benefits. You can use the site to refill prescriptions, maintain a record
The Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Department of Veterans Affairs, or “CHAMPVA,” provides health care benefits for certain VA beneficiaries
The VA healthcare program provides for anything external to the traditional hospital setting such as nursing homes and domiciliary care.
Homeless veterans will not be turned away from the VA when they need the VA’s help the most. The VA provides comprehensive health care to homeless veterans
Make the connection is a VA-administered online support group for veterans and their families who are navigating service-related mental health challenges.
Upon enrolling VA’s health care program, access to several VA services and benefits offered in part or in full will be granted to you.