Helping you access your veterans pension is just one of the ways that Veterans Ally connects veterans to their benefits.
Determine eligibility, learn about additional programs, and stay up to date on US government proceedings that could affect you.
Partnering with veterans & their families to access the benefits they’ve earned
The veterans monthly pension can provide $1,200–$1,800 per month in additional income to your existing Social Security, pension, and/or disability funding.
Medical care, assisted living facilities, and other assistance that you may require can draw heavily on your savings or even your family’s income. Learn more about how the veterans pension can help with these costs.
The veterans pension helps more than just veterans that served in active duty; benefits for surviving spouses can also be collected.
Veterans Monthly Pension
Learn how Veterans Ally can help connect veterans and their families to their pension and help pay for medical and living expenses.
What is Aid & Attendance?
Eligibility for enhanced or special monthly pension: Aid & Attendance
The Aid and Attendance (A&A) program is part of a veterans pension earned through service to the United States.
The program is designed to provide financial benefits to veterans or their surviving spouses who need help performing daily activities. The benefit can also be used for monthly costs associated with short- and long-term care facilities.
Aid and Attendance is part of the Veterans Pension program that connects veterans and their surviving spouses with earned funding to pay for certain medical and disability care.
That’s why Veterans Ally was founded: to assist veterans and their surviving spouses in accessing the benefits they’ve earned throughout their service in the US military.
When Nancy’s husband, a retired veteran, passed away, Nancy was able to count on the veterans pension he had earned to pay her mortgage and cover medical costs.
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