Home Care Services

Are you receiving the benefits you deserve? 
To book a consultation with one of our dedicated staff and to see how we can provide help to you or your loved ones, please CONTACT US

We Help Senior Veterans and Their Surviving Spouses Finding The Care They Need 

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) was created in 1952 after Congress passed title 38 of the United States Code authorizing benefits for Veterans. 

Even though the pension has been around for 60 years, very few people know about it or understand how it works. U.S. Veteran Care Services has the experience to successfully help Veterans and their families applying for and receiving their free home care. Let us help you!

Are you a U.S. Veteran that is at least 65 years old?

Are you the surviving spouse of a Veteran that is at least 55 years old?

Have assets less than $125,000.00 (Your home and car are exempt)

Did you serve during one of the *VA Defined War Periods?

World War II (Dec 7, 1941 - Dec 31, 1946)

Korean War (Jun 27, 1950 - Jan 31, 1955)

Vietnam I (Feb 28, 1961 - Aug 5, 1964) (Boots on Ground)

Vietnam II (Aug 6, 1964 - May 7, 1975)

Gulf War (Aug 2, 1990 - to TBD)

If So,


U.S. Veteran Care Services renders a wide array of services, including:


  • Driving and/or accompanying the client to the physician when necessary

  • Shopping and performing other household errands

  • Reminding clients to take their medication

  • Providing hygiene assistance

  • Supervising ambulation and helping to prevent falls

  • Taking care of personal laundry and bed linens for the client

  • Preparing and serving meals according to the client's dietary needs

  • Cleaning the bathroom and kitchen after use, washing dishes after meals, and mopping the floor

  • Making and changing the bed

  • Cleaning the client's room, which includes dusting and vacuuming

  • Providing respite for family caregivers

  • Helping with correspondence to family and friends

  • Providing socialization, friendship, and support for the client

  • Going on walks and encouraging and participating in stimulating activities

  • Vehicle maintenance (patient or family member) such as oil changes and yearly maintenance

  • Lawn care

  • In-home pedicure and manicure

  • In-home grooming (hair cut, shave, perms, etc.)

Get The Support You Need, Where You Need


Home Care Services

Our home care services office will provide Veterans and their families with a qualified caregiver that will deliver excellent services to help with daily activities in the comfort of their own home, so they don't have to make the difficult choice to live somewhere else. 

With U.S. Veteran Care Services, we maintain partnerships with home care service providers to offer you the assistance you need.

How it works CLICK HERE

To submit a pre-qualification form CLICK HERE

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Assisted Living

Does the veteran live in an assisted living facility? We might be able to help. If your financial situation is preventing you from receiving care because you cannot afford it and you live in an assisted living facility, there are Veterans benefits for assisted living facilities that might be a good fit. Our team is always ready to set you up with one of our outstanding home care providers. 

To know what eligibility requirements you need to satisfy, please CLICK HERE to submit a pre-qualification form.


Nursing Home

Does the Veteran live in a nursing home? We might be able to help. We understand that for many Veterans, nursing homes represent a logical next step. If the Veteran is already living in a nursing home, we may be able to qualify him/her to receive VA benefits for any extra care they need at their facility. 

To submit a pre-qualification form CLICK HERE

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The Process Step-by-Step


You don’t have to do it alone

U.S. Veteran Care Services Provides the Home Care Assistance You Need for Daily Living Activities


Our mission is to provide support to you and your family by working with you every step of the way

           We start by explaining the benefits available and what the qualifications are to receive these  benefits.

           Then we will take care of you from the beginning of the application by meeting with you to explain the paperwork process.

           After all the paperwork has been gathered, we will submit it to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for review. The VA usually takes three to eight months to review applications and make a final decision; however, it could take a bit more than eight months on unique circumstances. 


           U.S. Veteran Care Services will continue communication with the Veteran or surviving spouse throughout the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs review period.


           After the review period has ended, and the VA has made a final decision, we continue to work with the Veteran/spouse to provide a home care provider that will meet his/her needs.

           Our service continues throughout the term of your benefits so that we can ensure quality and compliance is met for you to maintain the qualification requirements for your benefits!


All of these services are provided to you at NO COST!

From the start you can count on U.S. Veteran Care Services


1.  Discharge/Separation Papers (DD-214). If you don't have a copy, we will assist you in getting a copy.

2.  Copy of Marriage Certificate and all marital information (unless applying for veteran only).

3.  Copy of the Death Certificate (surviving spouses only).

4.  Copy of current Social Security award letter (the letter that Social Security sends at the beginning of the year stating what your monthly amount will be for the following year).

5.  Net worth information, including bank accounts, CDs, trusts, stocks, bonds, annuities, etc.

6.  Proof of all Income from pensions, retirement, interest income from investments, annuities, etc.

7.  Banking information for direct deposit of A&A monthly payments (include a voided check).  Account must be separate from your personal bank account, so there will not be commingling of funds.

8.  Physician Statement that includes current diagnosis, medical status, prognosis, name and address, ability to care for self, ability to travel unattended, etc.

9.  Nursing Home Status Statement (If Veteran and/or spouse is in a nursing home or assisted living facility) and Statement of Occupancy from the facility (ask the facility for this document).

10.  Proof of insurance premiums, medications, medical bills, or any other medical expenses that are not reimbursed by insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid.

11.  List of all doctors and hospitals visited in the last year.  



After documents are gathered and approved by our Veteran Admin Services office, we will send all paperwork to one of our VA Accredited Attorneys to get final approval.


After we send all documents and forms, the VA may ask for more qualifying info. If this happens, we will ask you to provide it so we can turn over to VA.


U.S. Veteran Care Services cannot and will not offer medical, financial, or legal advice. US Veteran Care Services will not at any time guarantee eligibility or specific compensation for Veterans. We are contracted to assist in the all facets of gathering information for benefits/pension for non-medical home care.



Call us today on 877-233-4987

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