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Veterans with Disabilities
Veterans with disabilities often have difficulty finding out about and applying for services. Where do you begin in your search to find services? Who can help? What benefits and services are available? This section of the Disability Rights Ohio website can help you in finding answers to these and other questions.
- Getting Started: Resources to help get you started with finding and applying for services for you and your family.
- Assistive Technology and Adaptive Equipment: Programs and organizations that help veterans obtain assistive technology, adapted equipment or home modifications.
- Disability Compensation: Information about applying for disability compensation through the VA and other programs that provide compensation or other benefits.
- Employment and Education: Programs that help veterans return to the workforce or school.
- Family Support: Programs to help family stability and to help families who have a child or other family member with a disability.
- Health Care: Information about health care services through TRICARE and the Veterans Administration and other resources.
- Housing and Homeless Resources: Services and assistance for veterans who are homeless or who need help with housing.
- Mental Health: Resources and programs about mental health issues for service members and veterans.
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI): Resources and programs for service members and veterans with a TBI.
- Veterans Organizations and Advocacy Groups: Organizations and groups that provide help with finding and receiving services or provide ways to connect with other veterans.
Do you need legal help?
If you think that your legal rights have been violated because of a disability, Disability Rights Ohio may be able to help. Contact our Intake Department for more information. See also our brochure for veterans with disabilities [PDF] on ways we can help.
Stateside Legal is another source of legal aid. It is a national organization that provides legal assistance to military members, veterans and their families. Learn more about Stateside Legal.