Multiple Sclerosis Centers of Excellence
Multiple Sclerosis Veterans Benefits
The VA provides health care services to Veterans with MS from the time of diagnosis throughout their life, whether or not they have a service-connected or non-service connected status. If an individual had symptoms of MS in the military, or within seven years after honorable discharge, he or she may be eligible for service-connected disability. If this is the case, the Veteran should complete the Veterans Application for VA Compensation and/or VA Pension available online (http://www.va.gov) or at his or her local medical center. Veterans Service Organizations (VSO), such as the Paralyzed Veterans of America, Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and United Spinal Association are good support resources.
Protect Veterans from Scams & Financial Abuse includes consumer alerts, scams, and frauds directed at Veterans and the elderly.
What are my VA Benefits for MS includes information on prosthetics, home improvement grants, prescriptions, mental health, aid/attendance, respite
Foreign Medical Program Benefits for Veterans with VA-rated service-connected conditions who are residing or traveling abroad
Physical Disabilities Board of Review Were you medically-separated from the US military between September 11, 2001 and December 31, 2009?
Benefits Fact Sheets
Veterans Benefits Administration home page
Veterans Health Administration home page
VA Public and Intergovernmental Affairs home page
Physical Disabilities Board of Review
VA MS Disability Questionnaire for Service Connection
Updated: March 2016