Q: Why do I continue to receive medical bills from the Ambulance Service Billing Department once the bill has been submitted to VA?

A: When you are transported to the Emergency Room by an ambulance, and you receive a bill. Make sure the Ambulance Billing Department gather the records from the Hospital you are transported to, so the VA knows the hospital and the date you were transported to for service.

Q: Is there a number to call about information dealing with Veterans benefits?

A: Yes. 887-881-7618

Q: What is the 72 Hour Notification Number you call once you have gone to the Emergency Room?

A: 844-724-7842

Q: How may I know if I qualify for Veterans Aid and Attendance Benefit?

A: If you are a Veteran, both you and your spouse may qualify under the Veterans Aid and Attendance program provided through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The Veterans Aid and Attendance benefit was created by the VA almost 60 years ago and, historically, is not readily known or understood by veterans and their family. For more detailed information click here.

Q: Is there a source that connect veterans and their dependents to financial aid information and resources for college?

A: Following are some links related to financial aid:

Q: How can You help Aging VETS?

A: Following are some links related to information about Aging Vets:

 Q:  Is there a site veterans can access to update all of his or her military information as well as register for VA benefits?

A: Yes, E-benefits. https://www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/homepage.

 Q: Are there websites available veterans can use to research educational programs for themselves and their family members?

A: Yes, use the following links for more information.

– Post 9/11 GI Bill. http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/

– Military Education Benefits and Programs Guide. http://www.usnewsuniversitydirectory.com/military-education-resources

– American Legion Veterans Education Center. http://www.legion.org/education

– Military Child Education Coalition. http://www.militarychild.org

Financial Aid for Veterans & Dependents: https://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/financial-aid-scholarships-for-veterans/

GI Benefits & Transfer of Benefits: https://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/college-resource-center/maximize-gi-bill-benefits/

– Paying for Graduate School: Military Veterans.

This guide helps veterans find financial support for graduate school. It has details of over 70 scholarships for vets and their families, and many other resources to help them find further financial aid. There’s also a helpful checklist for them to go through when applying and an explanation about cover from the GI Bill.


Email your questions to: info@visionofveterans.org

This FAQ section will provide answers to questions and assist in the beginning steps of returning to civilian life. Each week Our Team will research answers to all questions (if available) and post them, which will allow each veteran a clearer path of communication with their counselor, representative, or physician when they attend their appointments or interviews. VOV wants all of our veterans to have all the knowledge needed to have successful medical appointments and or interviews.