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Jul 4 11 12:35 PM
Sometimes you have to dance with the devil if you want to get close enough to put out the fire!
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Oct 29 11 3:54 PM
Skinny, yes, insurance is a scam and it has all gotten ridiculous. What you need may be differenct from others and also what you qualifiy for is also most likely different. First of all, you get Medicare A automatically if you are SSDI, Part B you opt in for so that's your choice but if you refuse initially, it gets more expensive later on.If you are paying for private healthcare insurance then you have private healtcare options, usually with copays. If you have VA at 100% eligibility, then you will not have copays on care and meds and you will not have any premiums either. So, long and short, exactly what are you needs and want to cover for. Medicare B, Private Insurance, and VA is more than one needs, something is redundant but at lease all scenarios would be coveredl
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VA provides outreach and readjustment counseling services through 232
community-based Vet Centers located in all 50 states, the District of
Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the U.S. Virgin
Eligibility: Veterans are eligible if they served on
active duty in a combat theater during World War II, the Korean War,
the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, or the campaigns in Lebanon, Grenada,
Panama, Somalia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq and the Global War on
Terror. Veterans, who served in the active military during the
Vietnam-era, but not in the Republic of Vietnam, must have requested
services at a Vet Center before Jan. 1, 2004. Vet Centers do not require
enrollment in the VHA Health Care System.
Now click on the following link CLICK HERE FOR THE VET CENTER
I hope this helps, good luck brother.
Dec 29 11 2:35 PM
I may not have been clear in my question. My question is does counseling at a Vet Center meet the VA medical treatment requirement for purposes of meeting eligibility requirements for the Mill Bill (I'm going to need help with the ER medical expenses from the table saw accident I had earlier this week). I've been going to VA counseling at Vet Center weekly for about a year. Other than that and my C&P exams I have not been to the VA for any medical treatment in the past year. Honestly, I'm pretty reclusive and have been avoiding it. However, in light of this injury I don't really I have a choice but to get help. I just scheduled my first appointment with an outpatient clinic to have the follow-up done on my thumb.Sorry if I was unclear in my original question, hopefully this clears it up. Thanks for your response, Ray.
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