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  • $600 Montgomery GI Bill Buy-Up program

    If you take part in the $600 Montgomery GI Bill Buy-Up program, you’ll get more money each month through your GI Bill monthly payments.

  • About GI Bill Benefits

    GI Bill benefits help you pay for college, graduate school, and training programs. Explore how VA can help pay for education. Education Contact Center from the U.S.: (888) 442-4551 or from overseas: 001-918-781-5678.

  • AboutFace

    AboutFace features the real stories of Veterans who have experienced PTSD, their family members, and VA clinicians. By watching the videos on AboutFace, you can learn about PTSD, explore treatment options, and get advice from others who have been there.

  • Academic Affiliations

    VA educates and trains health professionals to enhance the quality of and timely access to care provided to Veterans within the Veterans Health Administration healthcare system. To achieve this, VA partners with affiliated U.S. academic institutions.

  • Accelerated payments for high-technology programs

    If you’re enrolled in a high-technology program, find out if you can get a single higher payment (called a “lump sum” or “accelerated” payment) to help cover the higher per-month costs for these types of programs.

  • Access and Quality in VA Health Care

    The Veteran’s Health Administration commits to providing you the highest quality care when and where you need it. Information on Access to Care will help you make decisions about available VA care.

  • Accredited VSO Listing

    An accredited attorney, claims agent, or Veterans Service Organization (VSO) representative can help you file a claim or request a decision review. Use our search tool to find one of these types of accredited representatives to help you.

  • Acquisitions

    The mission of the VA is one of service to more than 27 million Veterans who have so unselfishly served their country. To accomplish this mission, VA acquires a broad spectrum of goods and services.

  • Adult Day Health Care

    Adult Day Health Care is a program Veterans can go to during the day for social activities, peer support, companionship, and recreation. The program is for Veterans who need help with activities of daily living.

  • Adult Family Homes

    Adult Family Homes (also called Adult Foster Homes) are places where Veterans can live in a rented room. They are private homes where a few residents (6 or less) rent rooms.

  • After you apply for education benefits

    Find out if you can get a Certificate of Eligibility for VA education benefits. Getting a degree, certificate, or other professional license can help you make a successful transition from military to civilian life.

  • Agent Orange

    Agent Orange was a tactical herbicide used by the U.S. military for control of vegetation. It was named for the orange band around the storage barrel. The military sprayed Agent Orange and other tactical herbicides during the Vietnam War.

  • Aid and Attendance benefits and Housebound allowance

    VA Aid and Attendance or Housebound benefits provide monthly payments added to the amount of a monthly VA pension for qualified Veterans and survivors.

  • Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry

    VA established this registry in 2014 to put data to work for Veterans and help us better understand the potential health effects of exposure to airborne hazards during military service.

  • Alzheimer’s Disease

    Care for Veterans with Alzheimer’s or dementia is provided throughout the full range of VA health care services. Caregiver support is also an essential part of these services.

  • Am I Eligible?

    Find out how to apply for VA health care benefits as a Veteran or service member.

  • American Former Prisoners of War

    You are considered a Former Prisoners of War (FPOW) if during wartime active service, you were forcibly detained or interned (put in prison) in the line of duty by an enemy government, its agents or a hostile force.

  • Anesthesia Service

    VA and the Army have partnered to educate interested and qualified VA nurses in the field of nurse anesthesia.

  • Annual Benefits Report

    The Annual Benefits Report (ABR) summarizes the benefit programs delivered by VBA, identifies the current level of program participation, and profiles the beneficiaries.

  • Appeals Board

    The Board of Veterans Appeals works appeals filed by Veterans and appellants and is charged “to provide every possible assistance” to claimants and to take final action that would “be fair to the Veteran as well as the Government.”

  • Apply for a Veteran ID Card (VIC)

    A Veteran ID Card (VIC) is a digital form of photo ID you can use to get discounts offered to Veterans at many restaurants, hotels, stores, and other businesses. Find out if you’re eligible for a Veteran ID Card — and how to apply.

  • Apply for an initial disability rating or increase

    Learn how to file a claim for a disability related to military service. VA Benefits Line (800) 827-1000

  • Apply for housing assistance

    Learn more about home loans and other benefits that can help you improve, build, or keep your current home. Regional Loan Center (877) 827-3702

  • Apply for Personalized Career Planning and Guidance with VA Form 28-8832

    If you’re a Veteran, service member, or dependent, use this form to apply for personalized career counseling and support to help you find a training program or job.

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