Benefits Summary Materials
The Summary of VA Benefits provides information on compensation, education, health care, home loans, insurance, pension, vocational rehabilitation and employment, and burial and memorial benefits.
The Summary of VA Benefits for Disabled Veterans provides information on disability compensation, automobile allowance, clothing allowance, specially adapted housing/special home adaptation grants, life insurance, vocational rehabilitation and employment training, and education assistance available to eligible Servicemembers, Veterans, and certain dependents and survivors.
The Summary of VA Dependents' and Survivors' Benefits provides information on dependency and indemnity compensation, survivors' pension, the Civilian Health and Medical Program, educational assistance, home loans, and burial and memorial benefits.
The Summary of VA Education Benefits provides information on financial support for undergraduate and graduate degrees, vocational and technical training, licensing and certification tests, apprenticeships, on-the-job training, and more.
The Summary of VA Home Loan Guaranty Benefits provides information on home loan guaranty, the Native American Direct Loan Program, adaptive housing grants, and Veterans' Mortgage Life Insurance benefits.
The Summary of VA Life Insurance Benefits provides information on relatively low cost life insurance with coverage for term life, family, traumatic injury, service-disabled Veterans, and mortgage protection.
The Summary of VA Benefits for National Guard and Reserve Members and Veterans provides information on compensation, pension, home loan guaranty, education, health care, insurance, vocational rehabilitation and employment, and burial and memorial benefits.
The Summary of VA Pension Benefits provides information on supplemental income-based pension, aid and attendance, and housebound benefits.
The Summary of VA Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Benefits provides information on vocational counseling, job search assistance, job training, resume development, on-the-job training, and other education and training services.
The Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Defense offer two specific pre-discharge programs that allow Servicemembers to apply for disability compensation benefits up to 180 days prior to separation, retirement, or release from active duty or demobilization.