What is VA Disability Compensation?
Disability compensation is a monthly tax-free benefit paid to Veterans who are at least 10% disabled because of injuries or diseases that were incurred in or aggravated during active duty, active duty for training, or inactive duty training. A disability can apply to physical conditions, such as a chronic knee condition, as well as a mental health conditions, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

If you believe you are eligible for VA disability compensation and wish to apply, visit the Anoka County Veteran Services Office for assistance.

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1. What is VA Disability Compensation?
2. What benefits and services are available for spouses and dependents of deceased veterans?
3. What is a Veteran Identification Card (VIC) and how do I get one?
4. Are dependents of veterans eligible to receive any benefits from VA?
5. How do I find out if I am eligible for any medical care or drug benefits?
6. Do VA benefits cover nursing home care?
7. Can I have Medicare benefits and still receive health care services at VA?
8. Can I have my claim reconsidered even though denied in the past?
9. How long will it take to receive a decision on my compensation claim?
10. What is the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on VA health benefits?