VA has called upon all mortgage servicers to pause all foreclosures of VA-guaranteed loans through May 31, 2024. VA is working with individual servicers on home retention solutions for Veterans.
WWII veterans who served between December 7, 1941, and December 31, 1946, are now eligible for VA healthcare, regardless of their length of service or financial status.
Veterans Mortgage Life Insurance policyholders will see a reduction in their premiums anywhere between 6% to 36%, depending on their age, starting in November 2023.
VA’s Veteran Transportation Program and Uber Health have partnered to offer a supplemental transportation option for veterans travelling to and from medical appointments.
Veterans Affairs will deploy 25 mobile medical units during the next six months to provide health care and support to homeless and at-risk Veterans who face difficulties getting to a VA Medical Center or Clinic.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is expanding breast cancer screenings to Veterans under 40, who may have been exposed to burn pits and other toxins during their service.
President Biden signed into law the COLA Act of 2023, which directs the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide a cost-of-living adjustment for Veterans benefits in 2024.