Connecting Veterans to Their Benefits
Newly updated custom designed Disability Journal is a simple to use tool that will help you collect, track and share past and current information about your current disability and other health issues.
The perfect tool used to document all of your disability conditions, record VA interactions, monitor medication usage, and much, much, more.
Remembering every password and login credentials for all of your online accounts can be a real grind.
Tired of losing track of your password? Along with usernames and security question answers?
- Now you can store them safely in one convenient place!
- Passwords & Everything Else is organized and developed with areas to list your passwords, usernames and security question answers and special notes.
- Passwords & Everything Else is smartly equipped with tips, suggestions and reminders of how to protect your valuable information.
"Having my DD Form 214 miniaturized on a credit card sized plastic card is genius. I feel like I have a very special spy card of some sort. Not only that, but my tiny signature is there which makes this card really spiffy. And, miniaturization of my DD Form 214 makes it easier to move around from place to place, which reduces the risk of loss through mishandling. Which, I have a tendency to do with large items. Also, I like the encrypted data on the backside of my DD Form 214 card. Very cool!"
...Tom, Las Vegas, NV
VA Airborne Hazards & Open Burn Pit Registry
It is very Important for all affected veterans to register. Potential benefits may depend on you being included in registry. To register click here.
Did you know AARP and the Elizabeth Dole Foundation announced that Respite Relief for Military and Veteran Caregivers, originally a pilot program in a handful of states, is going nationwide? The program gives some eligible family caregivers access to no-cost, short-term assistance to help those caring for wounded, ill or injured veterans or service members. It helped 500 families in 2020. Click here to apply.
Did you know veterans facing economic hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic will soon see extended debt relief options from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)? By extending debt relief through September 30, 2021, VA reaffirms its commitment to helping veterans getting through these hard times. More...
Red River Veterans for Peace, Chapter 154, an affiliate of national Veterans for Peace, is committed to assisting veterans with the process of applying for discharge upgrades. If you are one of these veterans or know veterans who might be helped by this upgrade, please write to RRVFP. Click here