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Applying for Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E)

Veterans face unique challenges transitioning to civilian life, especially those with service-related disabilities. The Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) offers the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) program to assist veterans in overcoming employment barriers and achieving meaningful employment. This program provides vital support and services to disabled veterans. This article explores the intricacies of the …

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Military Service-Related Cancers

For those who have served in the military, the risk of certain health conditions, including specific cancers, can be significantly higher. The increased risk is mainly due to exposure to various environmental hazards during service. Understanding these risks, knowing the symptoms, and being aware of available support options is crucial for all veterans. This article …

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Ask An Expert: Preparing For Your C&P Exam

About Our Expert Jeffrey Garbelman is a licensed psychologist and co-operator of Watertown Psychological Assessment, LLC, which assists veterans in all matters of mental health and veteran benefits. As a former VA C&P Psychologist and consultant for the Milwaukee Regional Center, he has offered medical opinions on over 250 veteran mental health Disability Indemnity Compensation …

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Decoding VA Disability Compensation Rates

Navigating the realm of Veterans Affairs compensation can feel like uncharted territory. An integral part of this journey involves understanding VA disability benefits, their corresponding disability compensation rates, and how they influence the financial well-being of those who’ve served our country. This blog post will examine how service-connected disabilities are evaluated and how the VA …

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