Utah VA Nursing Homes and Veterans Advocates


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Utah VA Nursing Homes & Veterans Advocates


Veterans Nursing Home 700 Foothill Drive Salt Lake City, Ut 84113 (801) 584-1900
George E. Wahlen Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center 1102 N 1200 W Ogden, UT 84113 (801) 334-4300
Central Utah Veterans Home Payson 1551 North Main Street Payson, UT 84651 (801) 465-5400
Southern Utah Veterans Home in Ivins 160 N. 200 E Street Ivins, UT 84738 (435) 634-5220

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Veterans Advocates

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Information on Veterans Benefits

Individuals listed on this site can educate you about VA Benefits for senior veterans and their survivors that can provide up to an additional $2,120 a month in tax free income to help pay for home care, assisted living, or nursing home care. They can also help with other Veterans long term care questions. Those listed on this site educate about various benefits and do not charge a fee for the preparation, presentation, or prosecution of a claim. Only individuals and entities who are accredited by VA may be involved in the preparation, presentation, or prosecution of a claim for benefits.

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Benefits for Veterans

    The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) offers a myriad of benefits to veterans. As a general rule, a veteran is defined as someone who served in the armed forces of the United States. Reservists and National Guard are generally not considered veterans for benefits purposes except under certain special conditions. For some benefits, up to 2 years or more of service is required.

    In 2015, VA reported that 55% of the 22.7 million veterans in the U.S are age 60 and older. There are several benefits available and more applicable to these senior veterans and their spouses.

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