Understanding Veteran Benefits
At McClellan Senior Living, we want to provide as much support as possible to our residents and guests. If you or your loved one is a veteran, you may be eligible for additional assistance when making your transition to our community.
The United States Department of Veteran Affairs has established a program to provide aid to help cover assisted living costs for veterans and their spouses for which you may be eligible.
How much does the VA aid and attendance pay toward your monthly cost?
Typically, the VA will pay upwards of $1,600 per month for veterans and $1,300 per month for spouses to offset costs for assistance. Assets up to $80,000 are allowed.
We want to thank all of the residents, families, and visitors that have served in the United States military for their outstanding service and unwavering commitment to our country.
General Veteran Benefits
USA.gov has a variety of information and links available to those looking to understand their veteran benefits. This page discusses home loans, grants, in-home care, and more.Learn More
Compensation and Pension Benefits
Providing a series of links to helpful resources, USA.gov highlights a few of the monetary benefits available to veterans, like disability compensation, pensions, and housebound benefits.Learn More
The United States Department of Veteran Affairs is responsible for providing care resources to active-duty soldiers and veterans. The home page contains a series of links and information that will help guide you on your senior living journey.Learn More
Veteran Housing Assistance
If your inquiry is specifically related to housing, the United States Department of Veteran Affairs has a page containing information about veteran housing benefits and assistance.Learn More
Elder Resource Benefits Consulting
Consultants work with veterans and their families to understand the costs of senior care and how the VA Pension with Aid and Attendance Benefit can help them meet their senior care goals.Learn More