Veterans who are permanently and totally disabled as the result of a service-connected disability (100% P&T) may be eligible for the following programs and services.  
  • Dependents Education Assistance Program: Chapter 35 college assistance for spouses and dependents. This can be up to $1,018 per month for a full-time student.

  • CHAMPVA: A comprehensive health care program in which the VA shares the cost of covered health care services and supplies for eligible beneficiaries

  • Student loan discharge for you (your name on the loan)

  • Social Security Disability Insurance program to expedite 100% P&T veterans (also Wounded Warriors) program:
  • State benefits: These vary greatly from state to state. Summary of benefits each state and territory offers.

  • Commissary and Exchange Privileges: Get your permanent military ID card to access Commissary and Exchange Privileges at base near you. The military ID card/and or Common Access Card (CAC) you get may vary depending if you are retired/TDRL/PDRL/Reserve/Guard, etc. Typically, if you are just 100% P&T you will get the ID card DD form 2765

  • Specially Adapted Housing

  • Special Home Adaption Grant

  • Automobile and Adaptive Equipment Benefits

  • Dental Treatment

  • Life Insurance: This may not apply to all 100% P&T veterans.