|ACHIEVA - The Arc of Beaver||Camp ACHIEVA Weekends for Beaver County is overnight, week end camping for individuals of all ages with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Locations vary from month to month and include Camp Fitch on the shores of Lake Erie, Camp Guyasuta in Pittsburgh, Oglebay in West Virginia, Raccoon and Moraine State Parks.||Beaver||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|ADA Technical Assistance||Provides technical assistance to private businesses or local and state organizations on meeting ADA compliance. Includes a walk-through of the business by qualified people with disabilities and a written summary of recommendations.||Cumberland||Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania||Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania (CILP)|
|Advocacy||Advocates and volunteers work on state and local disability issues.||Cumberland||Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania||Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania (CILP)|
|Caring Families||The Caring Families program is a domiciliary program that matches individuals experiencing mental illness, mental retardation or the effects of aging, and who seek personal support, fulfillment and a meaningful presence in the community, with families who are well suited to their lives and lifestyles.
The Caring Families Program coordinates living arrangements for one to three individuals in a family's home. These arrangements include room and board, as well as personal care services for adults who cannot live independently but who do not require 24-hour institutional or nursing care.
||Dauphin||Keystone Community Mental Health||Keystone Mental Health|
|Chariots of Hope||Chariots of Hope, a nonprofit organization, has been established for the purpose of collecting used wheelchairs. The donated wheelchairs are then repaired and distributed, at no cost to the recipient, to those in need.
Visit their website to request or donate a wheelchair.
||Chariots of Hope||Chariots of Hope|
|Cleaning for Heroes||Cleaning for Heroes is a clearing house of cleaning professionals willing to provide no-cost house cleaning services to disabled and elderly veterans.
||Cleaning for Heroes||Cleaning for Heroes|
|Community Resources for Independence - Warren Office||Provides assistance for people with disabilities. Services include information and referral, peer support, advocacy, independent living skills, and attendant care services.||Warren||Community Resources for Independence - Warren Office||Community Resources for Independence|
|Community Service Crew||Community Service||Cumberland||Cumberland County Juvenile Probation||Cumberland County Juvenile Probation|
|Computing Workshop||Computing Workshop provides a completely individualized, strengths–based summer program for students on the Autistic Spectrum or with other cognitive, affective, and/or physical differences. The program is designed to serve students at all levels. The student/family, Computing Workshop staff, and representatives from school or agency work together to design a summer schedule for the student including any or all of the following: Social skills; communications skills; academics in all content areas (from remedial/basic through advanced/enrichment, college+ level); support for emerging skills or upcoming changes in school programming; career exploration/site visits; transition services, including assessment, employment simulation, internship placement, pre-college program; community -based experiences. The program offers a particularly broad range of options in areas of computing/technology and the arts.||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Conemaugh Health System - Operation Family Caregiver||Operation Family Caregiver is an educational program offered by the Conemaugh Health System to teach caregivers of returning Service Members a set of tools to help manage everyday problems.
Operation Family Caregiver is a FREE, tailored, caregiver support intervention consisting of: in-home, Skype or phone visits, monthly telephone availability, data collection at beginning and end, program length 4-6 months, and you must complete 75% of sessions to be considered a program completer.
The objective of the program is to improve:|
Taking part in this program may help you to better understand the problems you may be having as a caregiver for a service member with physical disability, traumatic brain injury, and/or combat stress. Any information obtained from this program, and which may be important to your health will be shared with you.
- Ability of family caregiver to utilize evidence-based problem-solving skills to reduce the burden of caregiving and enhance well-being,
- Utilization of problem-solving skills to lower family caregiver depression and health complaints,
- Management of anxiety of children located in the home.
|Cambria||Conemaugh Health System Home Health||Conemaugh Health System|
|Cornerstone||The Cornerstone Housing Support Center assists Beaver County residents in finding the resources they need and is committed to providing reliable information and services to the community.
Services available include:|
- Assistance to individuals and families experiencing homelessness or are at imminent risk of homelessness,
- Utility Assistance,
- Displaced residents emergency motel program,
- Consumer Education,
- Supportive Housing Program for individuals and families with disabilities who have exhausted all other housing options,
- Fair Housing,
- Supportive Services for Veterans Families.
|Cumberland Link to Aging and Disability Resources||Provides objective information on choices for long term living supports and services.
Help consumers to evaluate the types of services needed.
Make connections with organizations that provide services.
Help with applications for assistance to pay for services.
Assist in planning to meet future needs for services.||Cumberland||Cumberland LINK to Aging and Disability Resources||Cumberland Link to Aging and Disability Resources |
|Darrell Gwynn Foundation||The Darrell Gwynn Foundation’s mission is to provide support for people with paralysis and prevent spinal cord injuries.
The Darrell Gwynn Foundation's Education & Prevention Program strives to raise awareness about spinal cord injuries while also revealing the foundation's other initiatives. To accomplish this, the Darrell Gwynn Foundation will educate young people about ways that they can prevent a spinal cord injury by encouraging them to think twice before participating in destructive decisions and risky behavior particularly: distracted driving, impaired driving, not wearing seatbelts, underage drinking, playing with guns, diving in unknown waters and dangerous practices while playing sports or exercising. The Darrell Gwynn Foundation's Education & Prevention program will encourage young people to make positive decisions in their lives with the intention of reducing the number of new spinal cord injuries. Through the Darrell Gwynn Foundation's Education & Prevention Program, we strive to be the national leader in spinal cord injury education and prevention.
The Darrell Gwynn Foundation is dedicated to supporting people with paralysis by giving the gift of mobility and assisting patients recovering from spinal cord injuries.
||Darrell Gwynn Foundation||Darrell Gwynn Foundation|
|Darrell Gwynn Foundation - Wheelchair Donation Program||The Darrell Gwynn Foundation’s mission is to provide support for people with paralysis and prevent spinal cord injuries.
The Darrell Gwynn Foundation is dedicated to supporting people with paralysis by giving the gift of mobility and assisting patients recovering from spinal cord injuries.
The Darrell Gwynn Foundation donates custom power and manual wheelchairs to children and adults facing medical and financial hardships.||Darrell Gwynn Foundation||Darrell Gwynn Foundation|
|Disability Awareness Training||To educate the public about communicating with people with diverse disabilities and becoming more aware about people with disabilities, accessibility and disability issues. Multimedia presentation designed to meet your business needs.||Cumberland||Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania||Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania (CILP)|
|Easter Seals Western and Central Pennsylvania - Camping & Recreation||Easter Seals Western and Central Pennsylvania is proud to offer various recreational programs for children and adults with disabilities or other special needs. The programs vary from camping to t-ball to horseback riding to swimming. Each program is design to give children and adults with disabilities the chance to learn, play and improve their quality of life!||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|Family Driven Family Support Service||Provide eligible families the chance to be directly involved in choosing the services and goods, which address their unique needs. The role of the FDSS payment agent services is payment facilitation on behalf of the consumer/family for those goods and services pre-authorized in the person's Individualized Support Plan (ISP). In addition, the payment agent services provide consumers and their families the choice of becoming the "employer of record", allowing innovation and flexibility in meeting their individual needs or the needs of a family member with a disability.||Dauphin||The ARC of Dauphin County||ARC of Dauphin County |
|Franklin County Human Services, Information and Referral||Franklin County Human Services Information and Referral (I&R)/Pennsylvania 211 as well as LINK, is an available service to anyone who is seeking information regarding the availability of human services for those residing in Franklin County.
PA211 is a 24 hour, 7 days a week, free and confidential resource that is intended for public use. Individuals who are uncertain of how to access the information or services that they desire are encouraged to contact us. If the desired information is not directly at hand, I&R will actively research and respond to the inquiry as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Provides objective information on choices for long term living supports and services. Help consumers to evaluate the types of services needed. Make connections with organizations that provide services. Help with applications for assistance to pay for services. Assist in planning to meet future needs for services.
Additionally, I&R provides resource materials in the form of the Where to Turn for Help guide, reeentry guide, Human Services Directory, etc.||Franklin||Franklin County Human Services||Franklin County Human Services|
|Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind - America’s VetDogs||America’s VetDogs trains and places guide and service dogs to help veterans with disabilities once again lead active, independent lives. Not only does a guide or service dog provide assistance with daily activities, it provides the motivation to take on new challenges. People focus on the dog, not the disability. With a VetDog by his or her side, a veteran is never alone.
America’s VetDogs serves the needs of veterans with disabilities from all eras who have honorably served our country. VetDogs trains and places guide dogs for individuals who are blind; service dogs for those with other physical disabilities; and physical and occupational therapy dogs to work with service members in military and VA hospitals. It is accredited by Assistance Dogs International and the International Guide Dog Federation. For a dog to become a VetDog guide or service dog, it must meet our health, safety, and training standards.||Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind||Guide Dog Foundation For The Blind|
|Heroes Supporting Heroes||Charitable organization that paints, repairs porches and steps, scrubs interiors, builds wheelchair ramps and performs other assorted jobs at no charge to qualifying applicants.||Allegheny||Heroes Supporting Heroes||Heroes Supporting Heroes|
|Independent Living Services||Consumer controlled services include training designed to increase self-reliance, living skills and enhance self-confidences such as cooking, budgeting, housing search, benefits counseling and home maintenance skills. Training is also available to empower people with disabilities to speak for themselves and others. Information and resource materials are available related to disability issues.||Cumberland||Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania||Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania (CILP)|
|Lifeline||A personal emergency response system which helps older or disabled persons maintain their independence.||Adams||Adams County Office for Aging||Adams County Office for Aging|
|LifeNets - The Wheelchair Project||The goal of LifeNet's Wheelchair Project is to put wheelchairs that are not currently being used into the hands of someone who can benefit from them.
LifeNet's Wheelchair Project is for those living in the United States. The program is designed to facilitate the exchange of wheelchairs between individuals and is not for the use of vendors or distributors.
|Living Well with a Disability||A no-cost multi-faceted, lifestyle evaluation to determine the programs, services and support available to assist you to Live Well with a Disability.||Cumberland||Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania||Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania (CILP)|
|Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs - Educational Gratuity Program||Educational Gratuity program provides financial assistance to children of honorably discharged veterans who have service-connected disabilities and served during a period of war or armed conflict or children of veterans who die or died in service during a period of war or armed conflict.
Payment will not exceed $500.00 per term or semester per qualified child to each approved educational institution upon submission by that approved educational institution of proof of matriculation of the applicant. Educational gratuity payments are paid directly to the Educational Institution and may not be made for longer than 4 scholastic years.||Lebanon||Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs||Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs|
|Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors||PAWW is an independent statewide non-profit 501©(3) organization providing support to Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, Veterans in Crisis, and their families. We are not affiliated with nor a part of any national organization, including Wounded Warrior Project, and we do not receive any funds from them. We provide emergency financial assistance to veterans to help pay for housing, utilities, transportation, medical and other expenses. We pay directly to landlords, vendors and creditors.||Cumberland||Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors||Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors (PAWW)|
|Person with Disability (PWD)||Transportation||Perry||Perry County Transportation Authority||Perry County Transportation Authority|
|Pittsburgh Community Services Neighborhood Safety Program - City||PCSI distributes Home Safety Products to eligible households in need. These products include: Smoke Detectors, Carbon Monoxide Detectors, Fire Extinguishers, Surge Protectors, Space Heaters and Flashlights.||Allegheny||Pittsburgh Community Services||Pittsburgh Community Services|
|Pittsburgh Disability Employment Project for Freedom||Pittsburgh Disability Employment Project for Freedom provides a business directed training resulting in competitive employment for people with disabilities.
Project for Freedom is a 10-week training program followed by a 2-week job shadow/internship experience. The training is focused on beginner to intermediate level computer skills, call center support, job search and professional skills. Students are evaluated for employment opportunities based on both hard skills related to their potential profession and soft skills such as communication, interpersonal skills, work ethic, and leadership. The purpose of this program is placement in unsupported competitive employment.
- Learn valuable customer service skills (NO collections/telemarketing), Windows 7, Microsoft Office, computer security and more.
- Develop soft skills for workplace success: critical thinking, problem solving, communication, attitude, teamwork and ethics.
- Gain job hunting skills, develop a resume, polish interviewing and public speaking skills.
- Discuss employment goals and opportunities, and meet with our corporate partners for possible recruitment.
|Allegheny||Pittsburgh Disability Employment Project for Freedom||Volunteers of America of Pennsylvania - Sharpsburg|
|Pittsburgh Disability Employment Project for Freedom - Young Adult Summer Program||Project for Freedom's Young Adult Summer Program is a 2-week summer program for 11th and 12th grade students and recent high school graduates with disabilities that focuses on the soft skills–communication skills, interpersonal skills, decision making skills, and lifelong learning skills–necessary for the workplace. Focus will be on job readiness, employment goals, employment opportunities and strategies for success. By the end of the program students will have an awareness of what it takes to be employed, prepare the necessary tools to search for employment, and will effectively present at an interview.
Material will be based on “Skills to Pay the Bills” curriculum developed by the Department of Labor specifically for individuals with disabilities. It will be presented in an interactive workshop environment that encourages workplace best practices. The Instructor will monitor progress. Strategies will be developed for improvement and students will leave with the start of an employment plan. Pre and post assessments will measure progress.
This program will be the start for continuing education in this critical area of transition from school to work. Make sure your student is prepared for employment. Be a part of this exciting program.||Allegheny||Pittsburgh Disability Employment Project for Freedom||Volunteers of America of Pennsylvania - Sharpsburg|
|Service Coordination||SCSCPA addresses the needs of disabled adults and recommends and sets up the services which will enable the individual to live independently and safely in their own home. SCSCPA will coordinate the needs of these adults using all available community resources and evaluate annually to meet their on going and changing needs. In-home care is state funded and eligibility is determined through the Independent Enrollment Broker.||York||Service Coordination of South Central, Pennsylvania, Inc.||Service Coordination of South Central, Pennsylvania, Inc.|
|Specialized Community Residence/Residential Rehab Services||Community Residential Rehabilitation Services
Community Residential Rehabilitation Services (CRRS) assist people who experience mental illness meet their individual needs in a structured, therapeutic residential environment. Services are provided in both full-care and partial-care settings. With around-the-clock support in clustered apartments or townhouses, full-care services help people develop daily living skills so they may live more independently as participating members of the community. The partial-care service, provided in a boarding-home setting, offers daily support to individuals who wish to live in a less structured program while developing the skills necessary to live independently in the community.
Specialized Community Residence
A Specialized Community Residence offers an opportunity for people experiencing psychological difficulties to live in the community and receive assistance and support with the activities of daily living. Individuals live in a stable, supportive environment and are encouraged to live as independently as possible. Individuals living in a Specialized Community Residence are encouraged to explore meaningful daytime activities, expand their interests, and develop their personal strengths.
||Dauphin||Keystone Community Mental Health||Keystone Mental Health|
|Spina Bifida Association of Western PA - FireFly Camps and Retreats||This summer developmental camping program offers various overnight camps and weekend retreats for children and adults with spina bifida and related disabilities. The program combines traditional camp fun with skill development in a barrier-free atmosphere regardless of disability. For many, it is an opportunity to be with friends and experience activities never thought possible.
A primary focus of the program is to work on teaching health care, life management, pre-vocational, and interpersonal skills. These skills are taught indirectly through goal-oriented activities such as games, crafts, cooking and computer classes, and discussion groups. Each summer program has a specific theme with targeted goals and objectives. Personalized goal plans are also created for each participant. The individual does not need to be independent in self care routines to participate. Groups are determined based on age and interests.||Butler||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|TAP (Telephone Assurance Program)||Telephone calls are made by a volunteer to verify the well-being of frail seniors or persons with disabilities. Calls are made daily at a pre-negotiated time.||Cumberland||Retired & Senior Volunteer Program of the Capital||Retired & Senior Volunteer Program of the Capital Region Inc|
|The Watson Institute – Camp SCALE||The Watson Institute’s Camp SCALE is a summer day program specifically designed for adolescents in their transition years who are currently participating in Autistic Support and Life Skills curriculums. The Camp SCALE program offers a “hands-on” approach to developing vocational, social, and functional community skills while promoting awareness and independence in the community.
SCALE provides an appropriate forum for maintaining and developing skills during the summer months and includes an array of social, life-skills, community and vocational components. Social activities will include relevant social skills training, age appropriate recreation and leisure activities both indoor and outdoor. Life-skills experiences will focus on functional daily living skills through community outings, preparing menus and snacks, grocery shopping, money management and self-care lessons. Students will practice job readiness and pre-vocational skills both on site, as well as in the community. Students will have the opportunity to volunteer daily at a variety of partnering community businesses. Examples include, but are not limited to, local greenhouses, supermarkets, senior citizen centers, and Meals on Wheels associations. These experiences are on a volunteer basis and are focused on assessment and exploration.||Allegheny||Summer Programs||Summer Programs|
|United Spinal Association||United Spinal Association is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of all people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders (SCI/D), including veterans, and providing support and information to loved ones, care providers and professionals.
We believe no person should be excluded from opportunity on the basis of their disability. Our goal is to provide people living with SCI/D programs and services that maximize their independence and enable them to remain active in their communities.
United Spinal is committed to advancing public policies that lead to greater civil rights and independence for people with disabilities.
We believe in:|
- Access to Quality Affordable Healthcare,
- Employment Opportunities, Self Sufficiency and Independent Living,
- Consumer Directed Quality Health Care and Community Integration,
- Preservation of Social Security Benefits,
- Protecting the Rights of People with Disabilities.
|United Spinal Association||United Spinal Association|
|United States Department of Labor - USAJOBS||USAJOBS.gov is a free web-based job board enabling federal job seekers access to thousands of job opportunities across hundreds of federal agencies and organizations, allowing agencies to meet their legal obligation (5 USC 3327 and 5 USC 3330) of providing public notice for federal employment opportunities.
As the Federal Government's official source for federal job listings and employment opportunity information, USAJOBS.gov provides a variety of opportunities. To date, USAJOBS has attracted over 17 million job seekers.
USAJOBS.gov is available to everyone! Setting up a USAJOBS account simply requires an email to sign up. Registered users can build a resume or upload a resume in a compatible format for submission across most Federal Agencies.
To search for potential job matches, seekers can look for positions through a variety of methods including agency, job type, location or salary range.
USAJOBS.gov provides special categories for federal employment job seekers who are:|
- Individuals with Disabilities,
- Students and Recent Graduates,
- Senior Executives.
|United States Department of Labor||United States Department of Labor|
|United States Department of the Navy, Disabled Veterans Assistance Line||The Department of Navy as a lead agency in hiring veterans created the helpline. Staff will provide: Employment advice and referrals to returning disabled service members, recently medically retired service members, and their spouses. Support for disabled veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and all disabled veterans of other conflicts, campaigns and wars. Assistance with employment opportunities at the Dept. of Navy as well as other Federal and State agencies. Human Resource Specialists will provide I&R and if unable to respond immediately will reply in one business day.||United States Department of Defense, United States Department of the Navy||United States Department of Defense|
|United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Benefits Administration - Compensation & Pension: Automobile and Adaptive Equipment Grant||Servicemembers and Veterans may be eligible for a one-time payment of not more than $19,817 toward the purchase of an automobile or other conveyance if you have certain service-connected disabilities. The grant is paid directly to the seller of the automobile and the Servicemember or Veteran may only receive the automobile grant once in his/her lifetime.
Certain Servicemembers and Veterans may also be eligible for adaptive equipment. Adaptive equipment includes, but is not limited to, power steering, power brakes, power windows, power seats, and special equipment necessary to assist the eligible person into and out of the vehicle.
VA may provide financial assistance in purchasing adaptive equipment more than once. This benefit is payable to either the seller or the Veteran or Servicemember.
Important: You must have prior VA approval before purchasing an automobile or adaptive equipment.||United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Benefits Administration - Compensation & Pension||United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Benefits Administration|
|United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania - 21 and Able||A coalition of advocates, parents, community leaders, and volunteers working to create a roadmap for young adults with disabilities who are transitioning out of the education and supportive services system. Works to increase public awareness of issues faced by transitioning youth with disabilities; advocates for systems and policy change and investment in support services, housing, and transportation for transitioning youth with disabilities. Pilot projects will provide transitioning youth with access to affordable housing, day programming, education, employment and training, recreation, etc.
The Career Transition Project helps young adults with disabilities that have the skills for the jobs gain employment opportunities. We partner with several employers to help make specific employment opportunities available.||Allegheny||Community Impact||United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania|
|Veterans Health Administration - Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services||The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) implements the medical assistance program of the VA through the administration and operation of numerous VA Medical Centers (VAMC), Outpatient Clinics (OPC), Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC), and VA Community Living Centers (VA Nursing Home) Programs.
VA's Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services is responsible for the national policies and programs for medical rehabilitation, prosthetic and sensory aids services that promote the health, independence and quality of life for Veterans with disabilities.
Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services is comprised of national programs for: Audiology and Speech Pathology; Blind Rehabilitation; Chiropractic Care; Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service; and, Recreation Therapy. Special programs include Polytrauma/Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) System of Care, Amputation System of Care, and Blind Rehabilitation Care Continuum.
Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services provides program and policy direction for over 8,000 rehabilitation care and prosthetic services providers. Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services is committed to providing the highest quality, comprehensive, interdisciplinary care; the most advanced medical devices and products that are commercially available; and, promoting advancements in rehabilitative care and evidence-based treatment.||United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration - Rehabilitation and Prosthetic Services||United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration|
|Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System: Caregiver Support Program||VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's Caregiver Support Program is designed to provide support to family caregivers of veterans.
There are many available services and supports through VAPHS and the national VA caregiver support program, including a specialized program for caregivers of eligible veterans who were seriously injured or psychologically injured in the line of duty on or after 9/11 (go to www.caregiver.va.gov for more information). In addition, VAPHS his many home and community-based care programs that are designed to promote the care of the veteran at home by providing the caregiver assistance. There are also various support groups and educational opportunities available.
||Allegheny||Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System||United States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration|
|VetsFirst||VetsFirst is a program of United Spinal Association that assists veterans and their eligible family members in obtaining the benefits they are entitled to, deserve and need.
They advocate nationally for all generations of veterans, including individuals living with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries.
They connect with over 2,000 veterans annually through our call center and online help desk, Ask VetsFirst. Their staff tackles each case individually, taking the time to discuss self-help tips and assist with questions on military separation, claims appeals, and state benefits. They also offer assistance and representation in claims for benefits and services before the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
In addition to providing individual support and counseling services, VetsFirst offers timely news and information across the spectrum of issues presently impacting veterans, including guides on self-help, state benefits, separating from the military, as well as exclusive feature stories on military health care and VA funding and compensation.
Ask VetsFirst is a free support service for Veterans and their family members. You can find Knowledge Books on a wide range of veterans issues and topics. You can also submit a request and have one of our counselors answer your questions.
If you have questions regarding your Veterans Benefits or benefits that your family members may be entitled to, VetsFirst can help you.
VetsFirst Knowledgebooks include:|
- Veterans Guide to VA Benefits
- Veterans Guide to VA Healthcare
- Legal Bases of VA Benefits
- Detailed Overview of the VA Benefits System
- Advanced Guide to VA Compensation or Pension
- Unique Aspects of Veterans Laws
- Specific VA Claim Guidance
- Disabled Veterans Employment and Education
- Useful VA Forms
- How To Ask VetsFirst
- VA Facilities Locator
- VA Acronyms & Terms
- VA Spinal Cord Injury System
- VA Spinal Cord Injury Centers
|United Spinal Association||United Spinal Association|