Veterans Home-Care in NYC & all of NY State

Simplifying the process and minimizing financial burdens.

  • Additional Funding

    Our organization, in collaboration with third-party VA Accredited Benefits Agents, assists veterans and their families in accessing additional funding for home care services through the VA Aid and Attendance Benefit. We provide this service free of charge and offer an expedited process.

  • Up to $2,365 per month

    The VA Aid and Attendance Benefit can provide up to $2,365 per month to veterans and their spouses who require non-medical care and assistance with daily activities. However, only 5% of eligible veterans and surviving spouses currently utilize this benefit.

  • FREE Weekly Care

    Our services enable veterans to receive 10-20 hours of FREE care per week from a reputable home healthcare provider, with all costs covered by the VA. We also ensure ongoing compliance with the VA benefit requirements and handle VA audits for the lifetime of the veteran.

  • Simplifying The Process

    We are committed to supporting veterans and their families in accessing the care they need while simplifying the process and minimizing financial burdens.

    The term “War Era Veteran” refers to individuals who have served in the military during specific wartime periods as designated by Congress. To qualify for certain benefits, such as the VA Aid and Attendance Benefit, a veteran must have completed 90 days of active duty, including at least one day served during a wartime period. The established wartime periods are as follows:

    1. World War II: December 7, 1941, to December 31, 1946.
    2. Korean Conflict: June 27, 1950, to January 31, 1955.
    3. Vietnam Era:

       – For veterans serving in Vietnam or on a ship off the coast of Vietnam: February 28, 1961, to August 4, 1964.

       – For military personnel who served anywhere in the world: August 5, 1964, to May 7, 1975.

    1. Gulf War: August 2, 1990, through a future date set by Presidential proclamation or law.

  • Additional Info

    It’s important to note that service in a combat zone is not a requirement for eligibility. Veterans who began their active duty after September 7, 1980, must have served a minimum of 24 months or the full period for which they were called or ordered to active duty, with at least one day served during a wartime period. Officers who began their active duty after October 16, 1981, and were not previously on active duty for at least 24 months also fall into this category.