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For direct online access to VA benefits and resources, create an account here.

If you spent a short or extended amount of time in a VA hospital (or even a VA-approved hospital) for a disability sustained while serving your country (a service-connected disability) you could be eligible to get additional disability compensation through a temporary 100% disability rating.

Specific types of benefits and compensation:

– Health care

– Increased compensation (payments)

How Do You Become Eligible?

You can get this compensation and/or benefits through the following ways:

– You’re a veteran and you spent more than 21 days in a VA hospital (or other approved hospital) for a service-connected disability

– You’re a veteran and you were under hospital observation for more than 21 days (at the military’s expense) for a service-connected disability

How Exactly Do You Get Them?

Apply for them here.

Once you do, you can check on the status of the benefits, by clicking here.