Meeting the mental health care needs of Veterans and their families is among one of the highest priorities for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). While VA continues to expand mental health resources to meet the needs of Veterans, truly Veteran-centric, recovery-oriented care requires active collaboration and coordination with partners in the community. Through collaboration, VA can promote awareness and utilization of VA mental health resources, help Veterans gain access to community services, and build healthy communities for Veterans and ... Continue Reading
As part of the grantee’s original application, organizations specify what forms and records will be accept as proof of the beneficiary’s veteran status. The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance requires that your selections be from the following list of service documents (also known as eligibility documentation):
- DD-214 (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Coast Guard)*
*Note: Form DD-214 is an official record of separation from the armed forces. DD-214s may look slightly different from the example provided, depending ...
Q: My organization has a visit with Compliance scheduled for later this month. What eligibility documents do I need in the client file for the veterans we serve?
A: The answer to this question can be found in your approved grant contract. As part of your original application, you specified what forms and records you will accept as proof of the veteran’s service. The Fund for Veterans’ Assistance requires that your selections be from the following list of service documents (also known ... Continue Reading