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Sadly there are. My sister has been one for four years!! Unfortunately, the VA doesn't treat woman vets with the same respect as they do men. And you have to take into consideration what type of VA their going to. Every state has what I like to call a test VA hospital! Where they legally do approved tests on veterans. I've come head to head with captains and even Col over treatments of vets. The incounter I had with the local VA and the Sheriffs Dept when my sister went missing for a month was my last straw! Human trafficking is huge in California, and she said during some of her crazy episodes that people were after her.
The biggest issue I had was that her disability pay was still being put in her bank even after I reported her missing.
When I confronted the VA they said there's nothing they couod do unless she was reported dead!!!! This pisses me off! Do you know how many disabled vets could be held against their wills and their benefits taken by "family caretakers" or even "caretakers". They don't even have to keep appointments to keep their disability benefits!
My son is disabled and gets DSSI and if I didn't report any of his changes in "anything"! They stop his benefits! And make you jump through hoops to get it back!
So yea, I have seen a lot of homeless female and male vets. I hate to say it but most VAs are a disgrace! And run by money grubbing savages!!
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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Thank you for the heads up and info.
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Sgt Julie Snider
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I am a woman USAF Veteran and homeless and need your help! I’m not really sure what questions to ask. I am disabled, I am unemployed because of my health. I am not on any kind of disability, but feel I would qualify for SSDI. Any assistance you could provide to me would be greatly appreciated! Thank you! Julue
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