Caregiver Support, Respite Care and Healthcare Options (Veterans Affairs Medical Center) - Department of Veterans Affairs Central Office, Washington, DC
Veteran Affairs Medical Center - Department of Veterans Affairs Central Office, Washington, DC
Data Provided By
Mile High United Way - MHUW
Description of Service
Provides the following services for eligible individuals:
- caregiver training
- caregiver support (in-person and over the phone)
- respite care (in-home care, VA community center, adult day facility)
- home health care (skilled assistance, homemaker assistance, primary care)
- adult day health care
Limited; call for specific information
Print application from the website or call more information.
Caregivers of Veterans who are eligible for VA healthcare may be eligible if he/she answers yes to any of the following questions:
- Do you feel responsible for providing support to a loved one?
- Do you help out a loved one around the home, with cooking or cleaning, even if only on an occasional basis?
- Do you take your loved one to run errands and/or escort them to medical appointments?
- Would your loved one call you in an emergency and expect your prompt assistance?
- Do you provide support or assistance to a loved one living in long-term care, assisted living, or a residential facility?