Project Veteran Assistance

about Steve Juett

Established in the fall of 2008 as a community service, to assist veterans and their families in understanding the value of the Department of Veteran Affairs benefits.

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Project Veteran Assistance  [about Steve Juett ]

How it Works

the process

What does it take to qualify for the Non-Service Connected Improved Pension Benefit?

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How it Works [the process]

Veteran’s Benefits

and rightfully so!

The incalculable value of the contributions of our Veterans to our country is rarely, fully comprehended.

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Veteran’s Benefits [and rightfully so!]

Directory

list of communities

We at Project Veteran Assistance would like to welcome you to our Project Veteran Assistance Community

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Directory [list of communities]

Contact Us

let us help you

We have attempted to answer the more commonly asked questions through the links on this site but to address your specific situation it is best to give us a call at 918-523-9933 and a representative will be happy to help.

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Contact Us [let us help you]

“Assisting War-Time Veterans & their families in getting answers to questions they don’t know to ask.”

Project Veteran Assistance is a local organization dedicated to helping Veterans and Widows of Veterans with their Long Term Care Expenses by qualifying for the VA’s “Aid and Attendance Benefit”.

While the Benefit has been available since 1951 there are currently less than 200,000 Veterans and Widows receiving monthly checks. The VA has stated there may be an additional 2 million who could qualify today.

Our mission is to find as many of those Veterans and Widows as possible and to work diligently on their behalf. We achieve this goal by having free informational Workshops at Retirement Communities in the Greater Tulsa area and through an extensive referral network.

There is absolutely no fee associated with our assistance to the Veteran, the Widow of a Veteran, their families or any Retirement Community.

Thanks for visiting us at ProjectVeteranAssistance.org where the Veteran is never forgotten!

How can we help you, have questions?

Call (918) 523-9933 and we will be happy answer your questions.

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