State veterans homes fill an important need for veterans with low income and veterans who desire to spend their last years with "comrades" from former active-duty. The predominant service offered is nursing home care. VA nursing homes must be licensed for their particular state and conform with skilled or intermediate nursing services offered in private sector nursing homes in that state. State homes may also offer assisted living or domiciliary care which is a form of supported independent living.
Every state has at least one veterans home and some states like Oklahoma have six or seven of them. There is great demand for the services of these homes but lack of federal and state funding has created a backlog of well over 130 homes that are waiting to be built. We will discuss this problem in the section entitled "Challenges Facing the Construction of New Homes".
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Please fill out the form below, and if you choose, we will send the Free booklet "Long Term Care Benefits for Veterans."
This booklet describes the long term care benefits available to veterans or their surviving spouses while paying particular attention to the Pension or as it's more commonly called "aid and attendance benefit."
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