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Benevolent Hearts Home Care Proudly Serves Our Nation’s Veterans

Our agency is a contracted community care provider for both VCA and Triwest to provide respite and homemaker caregiving services to veterans

HOW TO GET CARE:
Use VA Form 10-10EZ if you’re a Veteran and want to apply for VA health care. You must be enrolled in VA health care to get care at VA health facilities or to have the VA cover your care at a community care provider such as Benevolent Hearts Home Care. Click here to check eligibility requirements to enroll in VA health care. You will need to gather social security numbers for you, your spouse, and your qualified dependents; military discharge information; insurance cards; (optional) last year’s gross household income and deductible expenses for last year.

https://www.va.gov/health-care/apply/application/introduction

https://www.va.gov/Vaforms/medical/pdf/10-10EZ-fillable.pdf

If you are a veteran already receiving care through the VA system, then speak to your case manager about getting a caregiver. Eligibility usually requires that assistance is needed to complete at least 1 activity of daily living (ADL). ADLs are those skills required to manage one’s basic physical needs, including personal hygiene or grooming, dressing, toileting, transferring or ambulating, and eating.

Use VA Form 10-10EZR if you already receive VA health care benefits, and you need to update your personal, insurance, or financial information.

https://www.va.gov/find-forms/about-form-10-10ezr/

Once Benevolent Hearts Home Care receives the referral, our agency will schedule a free in-home assessment to develop an individualized service plan and then care will be scheduled to start.  Our shifts will be scheduled in 4 hour minimum shifts.