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In this episode of theSITREP, Paul discusses Veterans benefits available to those receiving 30% disability, a.k.a. Service-Connected Compensation. Please refer to the links below for additional assistance and information.
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(1) Veterans Health Administration (VHA) - Provides health care at 1,298 facilities, including 171 hospitals and 1,113 outpatient clinics, serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.
(2) Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) - Provides a variety of benefits and services for Service Members, Veterans, and their families including compensation, pension and fiduciary, insurance, education, loan guaranty, vocational rehabilitation and employment, and more.
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