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Making VA benefits, services, and resources easier to find

Apply for VA Health Care

With VA health care, you’re covered for regular checkups with your primary care provider and appointments with specialists (like cardiologists, gynecologists, and mental health providers).

Find a nearby VA location

Find a VA location or in-network community care provider. For same-day care for minor illnesses or injuries, select Urgent care for facility type.

Create an account to manage your VA benefits and care in one place — any time, from anywhere.

Fulfilling President Lincoln’s promise to care for those who have served in our nation’s military and for their families, caregivers, and survivors.

Popular Online Resources

A few featured resources based on website visits.

  • Contact VA

    Get answers to your questions about VA benefits and services. Ask us a question online, call us, or explore our FAQs and other resources. 

  • Find a VA Form

    Search for VA forms by keyword, form name, or form number. Quickly access top tasks for frequently downloaded VA forms. 

  • Mental Health

    VA has a variety of mental health resources, information, treatment options, and more — all accessible to Veterans, Veterans’ supporters, and the general public. 

  • My HealtheVet

    My HealtheVet offers you tips and tools to help you partner with your health care team, so together you may work to manage your health. 

  • Refill and track VA prescriptions

    Refill your VA prescriptions, track their delivery, and create lists to organize your medicines online.  

  • State Departments of Veterans Affairs office locations

    An index of state-level Departments of Veterans Affairs. 

  • VA mobile apps

    VA Mobile aims to improve Veterans’ health by providing technologies that expand clinical care beyond the traditional office visit. 

  • View your VA payment history

    Find out how to view your VA payment history online. 

The Veteran Journey

Discover benefits and services to help you and your family.

  • Active Duty

    Resources for those currently serving on Active Duty, or in the Guard or Reserves.

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  • Transition

    For those service members and their families preparing to transition from uniformed service to civilian status.

    A person in normal attire with a military backpack and boots to the side meant to indicate the person is transitioning for military to civilian life.
  • Civilian Life

    For those Veterans no longer serving and fully transitioned to civilian life.

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  • Retirement

    For those Veterans at the age of retirement, not related to service retirement.

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Benefit Categories

Resources and services categorized by benefit category.

Inside the Department

Key organizations, facilities, and offices within the Department.

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 Use Ask VA for questions related to services and benefits. If you or someone you know is in crisis, do not use this form, but connect with the Veterans Crisis Line — Call 988 and press 1 or visit