The Denver Hospice

For over three decades, more than 60,000 patients and their family members have turned to us for care and comfort during difficult times.
As Colorado’s leader in hospice and palliative care we are committed to caring for everyone who comes through our door wherever they call home.
The Denver Hospice cares for the elderly at the end of their long, rich lives, those struck far too young by advanced illness, offers comfort to those who choose to battle their life-limiting illness, offers comfort and grief counseling to families and friends.

Federal Benefits and Resources

A person who served in the active military, naval, or air service and who was discharged or released under conditions other than dishonorable may qualify for VA health care benefits. Veterans are eligible to receive a number of benefits supported by the Department of Veterans Association.

Are you a Veteran?

Many resources are available below and online so that you can begin earning Veterans Benefits. Below are just some of the resources made possible by the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
 
 

 Healthcare Benefits

 
To get more Healthcare Benefit information, visit the
We Honor Veterans website
 
Application for Health Benefits - Entry into the VA health care system begins by applying for enrollment. Complete VA Application for Health Benefits (Form 10-10EZ) ,which may be obtained from any VA health care facility or regional benefits office, online, or by calling 1-877-222-VETS (8387). Once enrolled, Veterans can receive heath care at VA heath care facilities anywhere in the country.
 
Federal Benefits for Veterans, Dependents & Survivors - This PDF booklet was created by the US Government as a comprehensive guide that outlines many of the benefits available to Veterans and their spouse, a directory of useful phone numbers and websites is also included in the index. 
 
Survivor Benefits - The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Office of Survivors Assistance (OSA) assists survivors in making necessary transitions with benefits assistance. The OSA makes appropriate referrals and explores innovative ways of reaching survivors who are not currently receiving VA benefits. Other benefits may include, but are not limited to, education assistance, home loan guaranties, and health care insurance. Visit www.va.gov/survivors for full benefits and information.
 
Burial Benefits - Any honorably discharged Veterans are eligible to be buried at any National Cemetery free of charge. See Burial and Plot-Interment Allowances.
 
Burial Flag - A United States flag is provided, at no cost, to drape the casket or accompany the urn of a deceased Veteran who served honorably in the U.S. Armed Forces. Visit the VA website for more information and to apply for the flag by completing VA Form 21-2008: www.cem.va.gov/cem/bbene/burial_flags.asp
 
President Memorial Certificate - Started in 1962 by President John F. Kennedy, the Presidential Memorial Certificate is a gold-embossed paper certificate bearing the official signature of the President of the United States. For more information and to access the PMC form, visit www.cem.va.gov/pmc.asp.
 
Dependents Indemnity Compensation - This is a benefit for a Widow when the Veteran dies of a Service Connected Death. Meaning the cause of the death had to be something that was caused by his Military Service. http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/21/Rates/comp0399.htm
 

Dependents Indemnity Compensation - This is a benefit for a Widow when the Veteran dies of a Service Connected Death. Meaning the cause of the death had to be something that was caused by his Military Service. http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/21/Rates/comp0399.htm

To get more Healthcare Benefit information, visit the We Honor Veterans website.

 

 

 Resources