VA Extends Veteran Family Caregiver Service

Clinical support offered to family caregivers until 2025

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) officially extended its Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers until September 30, 2025. This program offers a monthly stipend to family members caring for seriously injured veterans, as well as access to health care, clinical support, and caregiver training to those who qualify for the program.

“We will stop at nothing to make sure Veterans and their caregivers get the support they need and deserve, and this extension is a key part of that effort,” said VA Deputy Secretary Donald Remy. “As I’ve said before, trust is earned, it’s not given. We hope we can earn the trust of Veterans and caregivers through our continued efforts.”

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Deputy Secretary Remy as he implements the extension Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers.
  • For Secretary McDonough to seek God’s leading as he oversees the Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • For family members and caregivers who are taking care of those who were disabled while serving in the military.

Sources: Department of Veterans Affairs


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