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Assisted Living for Veterans and Surviving Spouses

A Veteran who served at least 90 days of active duty, with one day at war time, is eligible to apply for Aid & Attendance pension.  This is a non-service connected 'pension' and is not dependent upon service related injuries for qualification.  Aid and Attendance pension is intended to be used as a funding source to offset the cost of living at an 'Assisted Living Care Home' (RCFE), Nursing Home, or for In-Home care.  Give us a call (916-284-4129) to see if you qualify and to locate a provider.

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