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Veterans Homemaker Program

The Veterans Homemaker Program provides in-home care and assistance with activities of daily living. A home health aide can be used as part of an alternative to nursing home care, and as a way to get respite care at home for veterans and their caregiver. These services can help veterans remain living in their own home and can serve veterans of any age. Paid for by Veterans Administration

Veterans Homemaker Services

  • Grocery Shopping, Cooking, Eating

  • Bathing and Getting Dressed

  • Cleaning and Doing Laundry

  • Taking Medications

  • Getting to Appointments

  • Using the Phone/Computer

  • Paying Bills

  • Budgeting and Managing Money

Am I eligible for these services?

  • Since Homemaker Home Health Aide services are part of a service within the VHA Standard Medical Benefits Package, all enrolled Veterans are eligible if they meet the clinical need for the service.

  • A copay for Homemaker and Home Health Aide services may be charged based on your VA service-connected disability status.

  • Homemaker Home Health Aide services can be used in combination with other Home and Community Based Services

  • More information by visiting the Paying for Long Term Care section at

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