Vets groups and lawmakers say they’re against it — but what does ‘privatization’ of Veterans Affairs really mean?

Navy veteran Samuel Ewing, left, waits to be seen by a medical care provider at the Sacramento Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Rancho Cordova, Calif., in April 2015. White House and department officials are involved in a years-long fight over Continue reading Vets groups and lawmakers say they’re against it — but what does ‘privatization’ of Veterans Affairs really mean?

Check out Spouses, Dependents, & Survivors | Explore VA Benefits please share

VA Benefits for Veterans’ Spouses, Dependents, and Survivors Family members and dependents of Servicemembers who have died or were seriously injured in the line of duty may be eligible for many types of VA benefits. These benefits may be used Continue reading Check out Spouses, Dependents, & Survivors | Explore VA Benefits please share

Circular 26-18-6, Loans for Alteration and Repair; Circular 26-18-7, Construction/Permanent Home Loans

Greetings, The purpose of this communication is to inform you that Circular 26-18-6, Loans for Alteration and Repair, and Circular 26-18-7, Construction/Permanent Home Loans, have been published. The purpose of Circular 26-18-6, Loans for Alteration and Repair, is to replace Chapter 7, Topic 4,Loans for Alteration and Continue reading Circular 26-18-6, Loans for Alteration and Repair; Circular 26-18-7, Construction/Permanent Home Loans

Senator Collins Announces More Than $100,000 to Address Veteran Homelessness in Maine

For Immediate Release April 3, 2018 Contact: Annie Clark/Christopher Knight 202-224-2523 Senator Collins Announces More Than $100,000 to Address Veteran Homelessness in Maine Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Susan Collins, the Chairman of the Housing Appropriations Subcommittee, announced today that Continue reading Senator Collins Announces More Than $100,000 to Address Veteran Homelessness in Maine