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Resources Veterans may need for pre and post care services and to increase one’s quality of life.
The following provide access to pre and post procedure support needed to provide the quality of life and productivity our Veterans deserve
For Veterans in need of scheduling an appointment with their Primary Care Provider to obtain current MRI imaging.
To request updated MRI imaging, the Veteran will need to message their VA Physician requesting this appointment. Remember to include immediacy of need, requesting a reply within 48 hours. The VA is obligated to return such requests within this requested period of time.
Veterans In Pain V.I.P. is proud to be a Certified Resource of the DOD-Sanctioned National Resource Directory NRD
This is one of the most impoRt ant Acts recently passed, and should be reviewed by Veterans to better understand newly available services.
Many of our Veterans also suffer from Toxic Exposure and Burn Pit. To qualify for newly available services, this screening is essential.
V-MAG is an independent Disability Rating services company operated by James Kiezer, an active duty member of the Army, committed to providing efficient and cost-effective rating corrections, and at a further discounted rate for VIP Veterans.
Certain Veterans have not been assigned their deserved Disability Rating. This not only effects their daily quality of life, but can impact qualifying for medical funding from various nonprofit organizations.
Access the VA resources available here, or contact our independent Disability Ratings expert and facilitator, James Keizer at V-MAG
Obtaining an MRI through the VA can often provide insurmountable roadblocks. This information includes guidance from our VA Liaison as to how most effectively process this request.
Rediscovering one’s identity post-treatment is key to developing a renewed quality of life. Due to an increased shortage of qualified trade workers, there is a high demand for apprentice-level and skilled labor positions. Learning a trade or doing an apprenticeship is an excellent option for veterans.
This service helps veterans learn about the benefits of non-traditional postsecondary education and other important details about vocational and apprenticeship programs, such as eligibility, costs, and transitioning to working civilian.
You can view our guide here: https://www.intelligent.com/veterans-guide-to-vocational-and-apprenticeship-programs/
V-MAG, is a private company founded by an Army CO and operated by James Keizer, an active duty Army serviceman, has streamlined the process for Disability Rating Adjustments with everything required to do so under one roof. They also do not take any ratings-increased compensation, like most counterparts.
NTI's mission is to support the disabled community and their caregivers by fostering opportunities through advocacy, workforce development, and economic empowerment.
Vision: Building a future where all people with disabilities have equal access and representation in employment opportunities and government policies.
The U.S Department of Veteran Affairs recommends veterans enroll in Medicare when they turn 65, even if they have VA benefits. To help veterans learn more, we've created a comprehensive Medicare for Veterans guide that explores coverage, eligibility, and more.
This in-depth guide on Tricare for Life, includes information on what it is, eligibility details, and how it works alongside Medicare:
Although our physicians volunteer their services, there may be hard costs in need of coverage. These are trusted nonprofits specializing in HBOT, SGB and general funding needs.
“We are"SAVING LIVES ONE VETERAN AT A TIME" Providing access to not only life-changing but a life-saving medical procedure known as SGB (Stellate Ganglion Block) at no charge to our nations heroes, including transportation and lodging if necessary.”
“We provide funding for those diagnosed with TBI to receive Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy and hormone and vitamin therapy. ”
“Mental Health has been a taboo topic we hid or refused to address, in both the Veteran and Civilian communities. This has lead to miss-information and patients trusting in long term toxic or ineffective treatments. We believe we were meant to share our experiences and empower those having similar experiences to take back control of their health in what resonates with them. ”
“The SEAL Future Foundation is here with the tools and resources to help you get healthy and find your next purpose. This will definitely not be easy but you do not have to fight this battle alone.”
Open to all Armed Forces:
“Semper Fi & America’s Fund cares for our nation’s critically wounded, ill, and injured service members, veterans, and military families. Supporting all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, we provide one-on-one case management, connection, and lifetime support. Today. Tomorrow. Together.”
We are a 501(c)(3) Non-profit serving Air Force Combat Controllers and Combat Controller Gold Star Families facilitating mental, financial, career and substance abuse support options.
The Disabled Veterans National Foundation (DVNF) provides critically needed support to disabled and at-risk veterans who leave the military wounded—physically or psychologically—after defending our safety and our freedom.
Moss Rehab Institute is a Nonprofit providing a pro bono TBI program. MRIBH is dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of persistent symptoms associated with mild and moderate traumatic brain injury / concussion in military Veterans and First Responders.
The Wounded Heroes Fund (WHF) is a community-wide organization dedicated to providing assistance to brave service men and women returning home from the battlegrounds of Iraq and Afghanistan. Wendy Porter, the daughter of a Vietnam veteran, realized that more needed to be accomplished, especially for service members and their families to resume life after war. She could not help her father and other returning Vietnam veterans. However, as Executive Director of the Wounded Heroes Fund, she is leading the effort to help the men and women who fought for our freedom in the Middle East.
Service members who witness traumatic or stressful events during their duty can develop mental conditions. VA disability compensation is available to veterans diagnosed with a mental disorder due to their service.
Funding essential needs of Veterans since 1994, Veterans Outreach is a 501(c)3 nonprofit registered to provide fiscal support in 6 states, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, New York, Ohio, and West Virginia. They have since provided funding for over 150,000 instances through which a Veteran’s quality of life was improved through the generosity of others.
VeteransIn Pain takes great pride in our VIP sanctioned nonprofit partners. The following services have been validated through our facilitation process and are grateful for these partnerships which allow us to offer the most comprehensive support services possible to those in need.
Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Association for Brain Injuries’ Healing Our Heroes program supports our post 9/11 veterans, who were deployed and suffered a brain injury while serving in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, by assisting with payments for hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) treatments as well as providing lodging for those veterans who will be traveling to Louisville, Colorado for HBOT treatments.
HAV is one of our most proven and respected nonprofit partners in the field of pro bono Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for our VIP Veterans, founded by VIP Director of Oxygen Therapy & Neurologist, Dr Carol Henricks.
Healing Arizona Veterans (HAV) uses donations to sponsor the treatment of military veterans suffering from wartime TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). The treatment utilizes Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) and adjunctive therapies at private facilities.
These veterans’ evaluations and treatments are covered by HAV, a grassroots all-volunteer 501C3 organization.
Heroic Hearts Project’s mission is to build a healing community that helps veterans suffering from military trauma recover and thrive by providing them with safe, supervised access to psychedelic treatments, professional coaching, and ongoing peer support.
If you suffer from Burn Pits exposure, please register at Burn Pits 360, the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization to offer an independent burn pit exposure registry in which family members can record the names of warriors who served the nation but have passed away due to illnesses from toxic injury. We are entirely dedicated to improving post-deployment health outcomes for current and former military personnel.
Veterans Airlift Command provides pro bono private flights for Veterans traveling to and from cancer-related therapies. We have partnered with VAC for years and deeply appreciate the unique partnership we share in support of our qualifying VIP Veterans, as well as the quality and consistency in the service they provide.
Although Veterans In Pain VIP may have direct experiences with or qualified referrals for these mentioned resources, VIP does not guarantee any particular outcome from said resources and is not liable for any negative outcomes any group or individual may experience from an accepted inquiry.
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