Veterans who are eligible for reimbursement of mileage and other travel expenses to and from approved health care appointments can now enter claims in the new Beneficiary Travel Self-Service System.
I received care under the Community Care Program and the VA did not pay the bill. What can I do to get this resolved?
You should first gather any letters, notices or information regarding debt collection or adverse credit reports related to authorized use of community care, then call the toll free number at 1-877-881-7618 (option 1), Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. [...]
New laws allow VA to pay education benefits as if the student were training in-residence regardless of the fact that a program has been converted from resident training to online training.
Veterans wishing to update their direct deposit information with VA will need to either change their information using the VA website or by contacting the VA National Call Center.
The PCAFC will expand to enhance the health and well-being of thousands of Veterans by supporting the caregivers who care for them.
Effective October 1, 2020, veterans from World War II, the Korean and Vietnam war eras with severe injuries or illnesses that occurred on or before May 7, 1975, are now eligible for the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC).
COVID-19 has caused financial hardship for some Veterans. In April 2020, VA suspended sending patient statements regarding copayments. VA will send patient statements again, beginning in January 2021.
Individuals who receive Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Railroad Retirement, or certain Veterans benefits – but didn’t receive the $500 payment per child earlier this year – can still file for the $500 payment.