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Department of Veterans Affairs
Veterans Affairs Information and Medical Services Resources
Information and resources related to the VA and medical services, including physician directory, physician ratings, medical services, doctor referal, verteran benefits, veteran loans, VA home loans, disabled verteran, GI bill and the U.S. Military. Upon entering the site, click on links for the desired resources.
Department of Veterans Affairs - Home Page
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Internet World Wide Web (WWW) Server is a world wide resource that provides information on VA programs, veterans benefits, VA facilities worldwide, and VA medical automation software. Made available on September 1994, the VA WWW serves several major constituencies including the veteran and his/her dependents, Veterans Service Organizations, the military, the general public, and VA employees around the world.
Department of Veterans Affairs - Benefits
Here you will find information on VA benefits including Disability Compensation & Pension, Education & Training, Home Loans & Loan Guaranty Services, Insurance Services and Vocational Rehabilitation.
Department of Veterans Affairs - Programs
Here you will find a list of the many programs available to veterans as well as other relevant information.
Department of Veterans Affairs - Home Loans
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs guaranties mortgage loans for veterans and servicepersons. The guaranty allows veterans to obtain home loans with favorable loan terms, usually without a downpayment.
Department of Veterans Affairs - Debt Management Center
The Debt Management Center (DMC) is responsible for the collection of delinquent benefit debts. These debts are the result of participation in programs administered by the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA), one of the major components of the Department of Veterans Affairs. Most debts are maintained in the Centralized Accounts Receivable System (CARS). This is an automated collection system which generates collection notices, charges interest, monitors collection activities, issues follow-up notices and applies payments. Other debts are maintained on a local server, but are subject to the same collection procedures. Follow this link for further information.
Veterans and their families have raised questions about new eligibility and enrollment rules for VA health care. Specifically, misinformation has led some veterans to wonder whether they will lose their eligibility for VA health-care services if they did not enrolled at VA by October 1, 1998. The answer is NO, they will not lose their eligibility, but in most cases, they do need to apply for enrollment by contacting their nearest VA medical center. You'll find more details here.
VA Home Loan - Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions and On-line Pamphlets About the VA Home Loan Program.
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