Veteran’s Benefits

Veteran’s Benefits

Aid & Attendance Benefits

You served our Country and protected our Freedom.  Let the Country take care of you!  The Aid and Attendance Benefit provided by the Veteran’s Administration is not a well known benefit Veterans and their spouses, yet it could be one of the most important benefits you could receive.  

An established program for eligible veterans and their surviving spouses to help pay for Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing and Home Health Care.   The Veteran and Spouse may qualify qualify for this if their service, financial and medical qualifications are met.   For more information, click here.


Maximum Monthly Lifetime Benefits (2019)

Veteran Couple:  $2984/monthly

Veteran with Spouse: $2,230/Monthly

Single Veteran: $1,881/Monthly

Surviving Spouse: $1,209/Monthly

Rules for Qualification

  • Served at least one day of active duty during a wartime period
  • Honorably Discharged
  • Doctor’s statement stating you are in need of assistance with two or more activities of daily living (ADLs)

Eligible Periods of Service


12/7/1941 – 12/31/1946

Korean War

6/27/1950 – 1/31/1955

Vietnam War

2/28/1961 (in country)

8/5/1964 – 5/7/1975

Thank you for your service!