VA dedicates millions more toward homeless-veteran programs

The Department of Veterans Affairs on Tuesday announced a nearly $14 million surge in funding for programs to assist homeless veterans. The agency approved nearly $9 million in grants for transportation and renovated housing for homeless veterans, in addition to...

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Retirees can obtain medical/dental records through the VA or NARA

WASHINGTON — Retirees who retired after Sept. 1, 1992 may obtain one free copy of their original medical/dental records from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Records Management Center (RMC). Retirees may request their records through their local VA...

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Retirees can obtain medical/dental records through the VA or NARA

WASHINGTON — Retirees who retired after Sept. 1, 1992 may obtain one free copy of their original medical/dental records from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Records Management Center (RMC). Retirees may request their records through their local VA...

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Dental Program for Veterans

The Department of Veterans Affairs provides comprehensive dental care to Veterans who meet eligibility standards; however, the benefit is not available to many Veterans. VA would like all Veterans and beneficiaries to have access to good oral health. Good oral...

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Dental Program for Veterans

The Department of Veterans Affairs provides comprehensive dental care to Veterans who meet eligibility standards; however, the benefit is not available to many Veterans. VA would like all Veterans and beneficiaries to have access to good oral health. Good oral...

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70K veterans still have chance to gain ‘retiree’ status

About 70,000 disabled veterans who served on active duty after 9/11, and were medically discharged with disability ratings of 20 percent or less, still have a shot to gain “retiree” status, with base shopping privileges and lifetime eligibility to...

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