What Benefits Are You Eligible For As A Spouse of A Disabled Veteran?

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Shundra Johnson returns a wedding ring to her husband Coast Guard Lt. Sancho Johnson after his seated discus practice Navy’s wounded warrior training camp. Shundra is also her husband’s caregiver. (DoD News photo by EJ Hersom)
Shundra Johnson returns a wedding ring to her husband Coast Guard Lt. Sancho Johnson after his seated discus practice Navy’s wounded warrior training camp. Shundra is also her husband’s caregiver. (DoD News photo by EJ Hersom)

It may seem daunting to try and understand all the benefits you may be eligible for as the spouse of a disabled veteran. There are many things you may be eligible for including health insurance, federal or state job hiring preference, commissary and exchange privileges, and more. While no list can cover all the benefits you are entitled to, this page will help you to know what you are entitled to, and how to get the benefits you deserve.

As a spouse of a disabled veteran you may be eligible for:

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