The Hampton Roads community has one of the largest populations of military personnel in the country. Each month hundreds of servicemen and women transition from the military. Eggleston Warrior Bridge assists veterans with disabilities by connecting them to vital resources, services and employment. The Warrior Bridge program uses a person-centered approach to promote self- sufficiency through satisfying employment. Warrior Bridge is in a unique position to provide immediate employment to veterans through Eggleston’s multiple businesses. Warrior Bridge is dedicated to bridging the gap between resources, support, and sustained employment for veterans with disabilities.
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Are you taking advantage of all your military benefits.Below you will find additional information and resources to help you understand your benefits. If you have questions contact Tim Giles at firstname.lastname@example.org – (757) 402-3026
- 2022 -$10,000
- 2023 - $20,000
- 2024 - $30,000
- 2025 - $40,000
- VA documentation that a veteran can provide that meets the requirement for medical documentation is the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Disability Breakdown Letter that lists the individual’s service-connected:
- Percentage (%)
- Diagnosis Code
- Combined Rating
- Veterans can obtain a VA Disability Breakdown Letter by calling the VA Benefits Assistance Service hotline at (800) 827-1000. When prompted, either say “Request Letter” or select option 9, then say “Yes”. The automated system will initially prompt the veteran to enter his/her social security number, date of birth (MM/DD/YYYY format) and branch of service (select 1-Army; 2-Marine Corps; 3-Navy; 4-Air Force; or 5-Coast Guard). A VA representative will answer the call, confirm the veteran’s identity, and determine the preferred method for receiving the letter: mail, email, or fax.
- Please allow 7-10 days for mail delivery.
- Emails should be received within 5-10 minutes after the call. Please be sure to check your spam or other non-primary mailboxes for a protected message from: NCCNOREPLY, StLouis, VBASTL / StLouis.NCCNOREPLY@va.gov, Subject: Requested Documents from VA – Secure. Click the blue Read the message button within this email and you will then be prompted/asked to sign in with Google or with a one-time passcode. When you are signed in successfully, a new window will appear with the letter attached. You must save the letter immediately because the message/letter will be deleted after 15 minutes.
- Other accepted VA documentation that a veteran can provide that meets the AbilityOne Commission policies 51.407 and 51.408 requirement for medical documentation includes any VA record that certifies the veteran has a diagnosed medical condition. For example, the VA sends a service-connected disability compensation ratings decision letter to the veteran explaining the final decision on a veteran’s disability compensation claim.
This expansion of care will help prevent Veteran suicide by guaranteeing no cost, world-class care to Veterans in times of crisis. It will also increase access to acute suicide care for up to 9 million Veterans who are not currently enrolled in VA.
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