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VA launches welcome kit to guide Veterans to the benefits and services they’ve earned
VA’s onboarding process can be overwhelming at times. Veterans who have visited a VA outreach booth, VA eligibility office, or have gone through a Transition Assistance Program know that VA has no shortage of technical handouts, benefits books and materials. But, even with all of these resources, Veterans are telling us “Where do I start?” Now, VA can point all Veterans to the VA Welcome Kit.
Veterans and Mesothelioma
H Veterans and Mesothelioma
Veterans who develop mesothelioma as a result of their service in the military are entitled to benefits and assistance from the U.S. government.
Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry
Veterans and Servicemembers who have deployed to the Southwest Asia theater of operations on or after August 2, 1990 as well as those who have deployed to Afghanistan or Djibouti after September 11, 2001 can use the registry questionnaire to report exposures to airborne hazards (such as smoke from burn pits, oil-well fires, or pollution during deployment), as well as other exposures and health concerns.
The latest edition of Federal Benefits for Veterans and Dependents booklet is now available. It provides a comprehensive list of federal benefits available, along with a complete list of VA facilities by state.
To get your free copy go to: https://www.va.gov/OPA/publications/benefits_book.asp