When you retire from the service, it’s important to know what benefits you are entitled to, and how to sign up to protect your family. Verus Health Partners can help you navigate the process.
When the time comes for you to retire from the military, ther are already many new challenges that face you transitioning to civilian life. As Veterans, we feel healthcare for you and your family should not be one of those challenges. That’s why Verus Health Partners is here to help.
Our goal is to educate new veterans on all of the health related care options that are available for their unique situation. Our agents work with you one on one to find the best path for you and your family.
Those who server on active duty for a minima for 24 months likely qualifies for Veterans Benefits. The exception to this rule would be if you received a dishonorable discharge.
If you were discharged due to a service related injury, medical issue, disability, hardship, or “early out” scenerio, the minimum 24 months of service is not required to qualify. You also can qualify if you servers before Sept 7th, 1980.
Because there are other exceptions that can occur, the VA encourages all Veterans to apply. Verus Health Partners can help get you started and provide the necessary forms to submit.
There is a lot of variation based on different factors unique to your situation that determines your coverage package. Services can include:
Veterans receive coverage for most care and services, but some will qualify for added services such as dental care. This added care can also vary depending on your situation, but also is impacted by:
When you sign up for Veteran Health Benefits, it does currently meet your required level of coverage required for the Affordable Care Act mandate.
Verus Health Partners is the preferred choice on the Space Coast for Veteran Benefits. Our team of friendly and knowledgable agents will help guide you and assist in getting you the best coverage possible. We are Veteran owned and operated so you can trust us to help!
Veteran Benefits cover many services, but not everything a traditional health care plan might. Further, Veteran Benefits will not cover treatments or procedures deemed to be purely elective. These services will not be included in a VA medical benefits package:
The amount you pay for VA Benefits, if anything, is determined by several factors. They can include your income level, disability rating, and military service history. Generally speaking, most Veterans need to complete a financial assessment when they enroll. This helps the VA determine if you qualify for free coverage.
When enrolled in VA Health Benefits, you can received care at one of the 1,200 facilities located nationwide. The VA is actually the largest integrated health care system in the country. In 2018 the VA helped care for more than 9 million patients.