LONG-TERM CARE

Find information on long-term care for veterans.

We believe that full and ongoing access to quality long-term care is essential to the health and well being of veterans with disabilities and their caregivers and families. Cost should never come between an injured veteran and the specialized services, support, and equipment they need to live full and productive lives.

Our National Service Officers are dedicated to ensuring that our nation’s veterans receive every benefit to which they are entitled. They will advocate on behalf of veterans and their families to make sure they get what they need.

With PVA by your side, you and your family will never be alone in the journey to care for yourself or a loved one.

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LONG-TERM CARE AND SUPPORT

RESOURCE ARTICLES

November 2014: Green House Project Provides Innovative Approach to Long-Term Skilled Nursing Care 
November 18, 2013: The Huffington Post - The Policy Challenges of Long-Term Caregiving
October 30, 2013: The Hill - Time has come to address the challenges of long-term care 
October 25, 2013: VA Vantage Point - VA Provides Long-Term Care Options to Veterans 
August 6, 2013: VA Reaches Out to Veterans about Affordable Care Act
January 3, 2013: Repeal of CLASS Legislation Affects Americans with Long-Term Care Needs, Including Disabled Veterans
April 4, 2012: Why the Affordable Care Act is Important for Veterans with Disabilities 
February 17, 2012: House Repeals CLASS Long-Term Care Program
April 26, 2011: Comments on CMS Proposed Rule for “Medicaid Program: Community First Choice Option  
April 2011: Proposed rule. Medicaid Program; Community First Choice Option  
Paralyzed Veterans Applauds HHS Secretary Sebelius for Commitment to CLASS Act
‘Money Follows the Person’ & ‘Community First Choice Option’ Receive Additional Funds 
The ADA @ 20 -- Groundbreaking Law Celebrated by America's Paralyzed Veterans
Handicap Parking Abuse 
From Families USA - In Perspective: A Closer Look at How the Affordable Care Act Helps Everyone
From the AARP Public Policy Institute -Weathering the Storm: The Impact of the Great Recession on Long-Term Services and Supports