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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) may provide long-term care for service-related disabilities or for certain eligible veterans. There might be a waiting list for VA nursing homes. The VA also provides some at-home care. Listed below are some opportunities and requirements/limits for veterans’ benefits:

Veterans' Benefits Opportunities:
Veterans' Benefits Requirements/Limits:
If you are a veteran, you might be able to get help paying for your long-term care needs.
You must be eligible for VA benefits and can only receive care in VA facilities.
The VA provides care in VA nursing homes and some at-home care.
There might be a waiting list for VA nursing homes.

To get more information about veterans benefits, look at the VA’s website or call the VA at 1-800-827-1000.

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