Las Vegas, Nevada
2810 W Charleston Blvd #63, Las Vegas, NV 89102
(702) 425-6932
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Veterans Services

Comfort Keepers In-Home Care in Las Vegas, Nevada.

In Home Supportive Services Benefits for Veterans in Las Vegas, NV and Nearby Areas

We are honored to provide in home supportive services to Las Vegas veterans

Comfort Keepers of Las Vegas, NV proudly provides in home supportive services to veterans in Las Vegas, NV, who have served the nation and preserved the lives of its citizens.

Our In Home Supportive Services for Veterans in Las Vegas, NV

It is often challenging to secure veterans’ benefits for a beloved family member who is entitled to them. Our agency provides you with the necessary material and means required for the benefit of those who have served. These care services enable you to make the most of all the benefits you are entitled to in order to avoid any pension entitlement delays.

Our care team will help you during the benefits approval process. After you are approved by a VA program, you will be eligible for in home supportive services that the program provides. There are a number of care programs in our facilities for which veterans may qualify that include:

  1. Improved Pension Benefits Program
  2. Homemaker or Home Health Aide Program
  3. In-home Respite Care Program

Who Qualifies For Assistance?

You qualify either fully or partially if you or your spouse served 90 consecutive days of active military duty, with one or more days during which a US-declared war is in progress. Financial needs as well as documented physical needs are also criteria used to determine care-benefit qualification. If you want to find out whether you or someone close to you has qualified for the VA benefits, you can start by first getting in touch with us or your local VA offices. Prior to reaching out, ensure that you have with you the following essential documents:

  1. Original discharge certificate
  2. Marriage certificate (divorce papers from prior marriages, if applicable, as well)
  3. Death certificate of veteran (if applicable)
  4. Social Security numbers of a veteran and veteran’s spouse

It can be tough to figure out your benefits’ eligibility on your own. As previously mentioned, contacting your local VA office or Comfort Keepers of Las Vegas, NV can be of great benefit.

Local Military History

Las Vegas, NV is historically renowned among U.S cities for playing a role in offering essential resources to our defense forces, especially during World War II and subsequent conflicts. Major achievements of Las Vegas, NV includes the supply of magnesium among other elements purported for manufacturing weapons during the Second world war which was essential for our troops to succeed and further construct the Hoover Dam.

In cooperation with neighboring communities, Las Vegas, NV developed a magnificent Air force base. Similarly, the Las Vegas Army Field also known as the Nellis Air Force Base, formed an important part of our defense team.

Las Vegas, NV was set aside for training in times of Korean War, using the F-51 Mustang as well as F-86 Sabre training. In relation to its proximity to Las Vegas Veteran's Administration Office and Creech Air Force Base, Las Vegas, NV serves as a center of office for local veterans.

The Local Veteran’s Offices

Las Vegas is surrounded by a number of offices and organizations which are crucial for local veteran society. These organizations and offices are beneficial through the promotion of veteran’s social welfare.

Below is a list of these offices:

  1. The Las Vegas, NV Vet Center
  2. The Veterans Administration of Las Vegas
  3. VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System

Besides the above offices, We Heart Vets is another working partner which facilitates help to make payments for veterans’ benefits during the benefit waiting period. The payment fills the gap between the benefit approval period and receipt of benefits, which can take up to eight weeks.

Our goal is to provide loving in home supportive services to our veterans. To achieve this goal, we work closely with VA offices and other effective organizations. It is our honor to help the veterans who have served our country.

For further information, please contact us at (702) 425-6932.