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Mail your forms, documents
and evidence here...
Department of Veterans Affairs
Claims Intake Center
PO Box 5235
Janesville, WI 53547-5235


Toll Free Fax: 844-822-5246


We recommend that you mail a copy
and then fax a copy!  Yes, it's twice the
work but maybe VA will only lose one
and the other will be processed.
Remember: Use Certified Mail!

Forms to File Claims


VA Form 21-526EZ
For...
Disability Service Connection
Secondary Service Connection

IncreasedDisability Compensation

Temporary Total Disability Rating
 Individual Unemployability
Compensation under 38 U.S.C. 1151
 Special Monthly Compensation
Specially Adapted Housing

Special Home Adaptation

Automobile Allowance/Adaptive Equipment
Benefits Based on a Veteran's
Seriously Disabled Child


VA Form 21-0958 - NOD
​Notice of Disagreement


VA Form 21-534 EZ

Application for DIC, Death Pension

Change of Address​

TDIU Annual - VA Form 4140


Declaration of Status
of Dependents
VA form 21-686c


How To


How To Apply For SSDI


How To Apply For

TDIU Unemployability


How To Use

Disability Benefits Questionnaires

(DBQ's) 


How To Apply For A Disability Rating


How To Apply For An Increase

to an existing rating


How To Retrieve Your

Military Personnel Records


Research Your Claim


The M21-1MR


The CFR


TDIU


SMC


The Schedule For Rating Disabilities




OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA

VA Benefits for Sleep Apnea

as a service

connection to PTSD
Brett Valette, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist



The Veterans Voice

International


Opinion   Editorial

News & Views


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Who Is Eligible?
Veterans eligible for this program are those who sustained a serious injury –

including traumatic brain injury, psychological trauma or other mental disorder

– incurred or aggravated in the line of duty, on or after September 11, 2001.
Veterans eligible for this program must also be in need of personal care services

because of an inability to perform one or more activities of daily living and/or need supervision

or protection based on symptoms or residuals of neurological impairment or injury.


To be eligible for the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers,

Veterans must first be enrolled for VA health services, if not enrolled previously.
New Services Available to Family Caregivers through this Program
The new law will provide additional assistance to primary Family Caregivers of eligible

post-9/11 Veterans and Servicemembers. New services for this group include:
* Monthly stipend
* Travel expenses (including lodging and per diem while

accompanying Veterans undergoing care)

* Access to health care insurance (if the Caregiver is not already

entitled to care or services under a health care plan)
* Mental health services and counseling
* Comprehensive VA Caregiver training provided by Easter Seals
* Respite care (not less than 30 days per year)

The VA Caregiver program didn't get off to a smooth start.

This article gives you some background.
VA fumbles new caregiver program


Veterans Affairs

Caregiver Benefits








Many VA Benefits aren't.


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should do about


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Welcome Aboard!


Hello Jim,
This is the published rule for VA caregivers.  
The rule provides for a VA stipend to designated caregivers and, as well, those caregivers 
may get entitlements to CHAMPVA on their own.  I'd suggest a close reading 
of the rule for anyone interested in this program.
/S/
Drew Early, Esq.
Veterans Law Attorney​



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Caregiver Benefits

The Family Caregivers pages at the VA web site.
The VA Family Caregiver Program
Family Caregivers provide crucial support in caring for Veterans.

VA recognizes that Family Caregivers in a home environment can
enhance the health and well-being of Veterans under VA care.
Under the "Caregivers and Veterans Omnibus Health Services Act of 2010,

" additional VA services are now available to seriously injured post-9/11
Veterans and their Family Caregivers through a new program of Comprehensive
Assistance for Family Caregivers. VA is now accepting applications for these services.