13 Often Forgotten Military Family Benefits
NEW!! Here are some benefits that are often forgotten about but may come in handy for your family. Read article from Military.com.
HEROES Act Provides Broad Consumer Protections to Servicemembers Affected by Pandemic
The legislation also allows servicemembers to cancel cable, internet, and phone contracts without penalty. These provisions extend to military families of which a servicemember has been killed or catastrophically injured.
The $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill was unveiled by House Democrats on Wednesday.
In addition to currently active military members, The HEROES Act also provides security and assistance to veterans. This includes expanding healthcare to all veterans who lost coverage due to the pandemic, support for homeless veterans, and debt collection relief.
Read more about the HEROES Act.
eBenefits Gateway to Benefit Information is a service of the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense.
US Department of Veteran Affairs and the New York State Library Association presented "Increasing Veterans' Access to Benefits" in November 2016. This video contains useful information to help libraries provide better assistance to veterans who are trying to access their benefits.
NATIONAL PARKS ACCESS - Beginning November 11th, veterans and Gold Star families will be able to visit national parks and other public lands for free, under a new initiative from the Department of the Interior announced on Wednesday, October 28th.
The Connecticut Office of Advocacy and Assistance can help veterans as well as eligible spouses and children with researching and obtaining benefits due under the law, as well as representing veterans before the U.S. Department of Veterans' Affairs rre: claims and benefits.
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