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Information for Veterans
Veterans enrolled in the Veterans Choice Program (VCP) can work directly with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to resolve debt collection or adverse credit reporting resulting from inappropriate or delayed billing.
This page contains links to Veteran copay information such as copay rates, copayment exemption for telehealth, medication and outpatient copays, and understanding your VA patient statement.
Community Emergency Medical Care
Foreign Medical Program (FMP)
The Foreign Medical Program (FMP) is a U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health care benefits program for U.S. Veterans who are residing or traveling abroad and have VA-rated, service-connected disabilities.
Indian Health Service / Tribal Health Program (IHS/THP) Reimbursement Agreements Program
The VHA Office of Community Care, the Office of Tribal Government Relations, and VA medical centers work together to implement the Tribal Reimbursement Agreements Program.
In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Treatment
In January, VA regulations were amended to offer in vitro fertilization (IVF) evaluation and treatment to Veterans with service-connected conditions that resulted in infertility, as well as to their spouses.
No-Cost Flu Immunizations
During flu season, protecting your health with a flu shot is easier than ever — and as close as your local VA or neighborhood Walgreens! VA and Walgreens care about your health and are partnering to offer enrolled Veteran patients easy access to flu shots.
Patient-Centered Community Care (PC3)
Patient-Centered Community Care is a Veterans Health Administration (VHA) nationwide program that utilizes health care contracts to provide eligible Veterans access to primary care, inpatient/outpatient specialty care, mental health care, limited emergency care, and limited newborn care for enrolled female Veterans following birth of a child.
Preauthorized Non-VA Inpatient/Outpatient Medical Care
This Care in the Community program provides payment authorization for eligible Veterans to obtain routine outpatient or inpatient medical services through community providers.
State Home Per Diem Program
VA's State Home program provides an economical alternative to constructing, maintaining and operating VA facilities for the provision of care to eligible Veterans.
Veterans Choice Program
If you are eligible for health care through the Department of Veterans Affairs, our goal is to provide you with the care you need in a VA facility. However, sometimes that isn’t possible: you may live too far from a VA facility, the specialist you need may not be available at your VA, or it may take too long for you to be seen at a VA facility. In those cases, you may be referred to a community provider through the Community Care program.