While Veteran Affairs aid the veterans, some veterans are homeless in America. Those veterans on the streets have not received the benefits that they have earned, or some might not know that they are eligible to receive benefits. There seems to be no understanding about being eligible to receive benefits and entitlement to receive benefits. If the military dishonourably gives you discharge, you do not hold the right to receive any benefits. That is why like most of those that sell life insurance they would say things like, “These are the benefits you might get…”.
You have been chosen, or you volunteered to become a war hero. Trips to Afghanistan and other countries where you are needed to help keep the peace. The question remains, did you fill out the paperwork to get service connected? Most will say that filling out life insurance is one of the most important things to do. Many soldiers come back to their homes experiencing post traumatic stress disorder, have disabilities. Some so devastating that they must wear a prosthesis on their leg or arm or end up in a wheelchair.
Veteran Affairs is wide-reaching. It strives not only to help the disabled veteran, but also his family and children. Everyone affected by their traumatic experience. When disabilities are so far reaching that you cannot drive a car anymore or you cannot provide an income for your family, it is good to know that your government has your back and are willing to help provide where you cannot. The disability funds are well earned. The veterans were willing to sacrifice their lives for their governments, and they deserve every bit of benefit that could come their way.
If your disability is not as devastating and you can start working Veteran Affairs gives training so that you can go back to work. There are government officials trained to educate the veterans about what is available to them. There is no reason for them why they cannot know what is available to them, and it does not matter where they move. Veterans should talk to one another. Lack of awareness is a crucial element why they have not received any compensation. There is a reintegration program to help them. The only thing that they need to do is call the county veterans services offices.
Compensation includes pension, educational benefits, life insurance, medical benefits, home loans, veterans state benefits, burial benefits and a discharge upgrade.
Special Veteran Affairs hospitals exist with excellent medical resources and treatments available to the veterans. Those not living in America with our eyes fastened to social media cannot but cry with them when they return home to their families. We will remember that you have earned every single benefit available to you. Now go the distance, ask for help.