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    You’ve just been rated 100% disabled by the Veterans Affairs. After the excitement of finally having the rating you deserve wears off, you start asking questions. One of the first questions that you might ask is this: It’s a legitimate question – rare is the Veteran that finds themselves sitting on the couch eating bon-bons … Continue reading

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Ok, Jesse.  Im a moderator, here, a disabled Vet, and formerly homeless Veteran.  Im gonna assume you are "the real deal", and really want to help.  

A website is not the answer.  As I mentioned, homeless people's shopping cart's are not usually equipped with 4G wireless and phone charging for cell phones which we can not afford.  

Make NO mistake.  VA is part of the problem.  Did you know it takes the "Average" Veteran more than 5 years to receive his first Veterans benefit check??  

How many people do you know who can go without any paycheck for 5 years and manage to keep their home?   Answer:  Those with rich relatives who are willing to help.  

The VA pays its employees in 2 weeks..or less..yet it takes VA 5 years to pay us.  WhY dont they put the employees who are doing VA employee paychecks working on Vets comp, and those working on Vets comp doing VA employee checks.  If VA employees waited 5 years to get paid, and Vets got paid in 2 weeks, we would see a high percentage of VA employees homeless..and suicidal.  

Make no mistake:  Being broke is very depressing, and very rich people rarely take their own life.  VA's current homeless plan consists of making as many Veterans homeless as possible, by making Veterans wait as long as possible for their benefits.  If there is no "glitch", VA will think of one and cause delays in our claims.  

I applied for benefits in 2002.  It was denied, as about 80 percent of first time claimants are.  I appealed.  The Board of Veterans appeals agreed with me, and awarded benefits.  In 2004, the VA Regional office decided to implement the board decision and "award" me a 0 percent rating.  Of course this means I appeal again, and again, and Im still appealing in 2018....16 years later.  Yes, I have gotten my benefits in 2009, but not until I lost my home and family.  Now, Im trying to get them back to 2002, when I applied.  

I dont expect actual "back pay" until 2020, or "maybe" by 2019 I could get lucky if everything goes smoothly.  That is 18 years.   My case is typical.  The BVA chairman says it takes about 5 or 6 years for an appeal (reminding you most Vets have to appeal to get benefits).  

Its no wonder there are so many homeless Vets.  

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