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No, the VA will not directly fill a civilian doctor’s prescriptions. However, if you are eligible to use VA medical facilities you can take those prescriptions to a doctor’s appointment. The attending physician can prescribe similar medicines for you at a charge of generally $9 co-pay per prescription.
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Call SPAN Transportation at 940-382-1900 to schedule your ride to the VA.
Claims for service connection are so complicated that they should only be attempted with a counselor’s assistance. We have four counselors in this office that understand the VA and how to apply the law to our benefit. Call our office at 940-349-2950 for more information.
This office understands the law under which the VA must operate, Title 38 Code of Federal Regulations. We apply the law in the interest of the veteran not the VA.
She may be eligible for $90 per month in lieu of the $45 she gets now if her deceased spouse was a combat era veteran.
The VA provides a pension for veterans of a war time era that are permanently and totally disabled, based on income. We would have to review your income to determine how much would be available from the VA.
Yes, the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery opened in May 2000. It is located at 2191 Mountain Creek Parkway, the phone number is 214-467-3374. No, you can’t make a reservation. Your funeral director knows the procedures.
The VA will provide:
Yes, there are three primary medical facilities located in the North Texas area. First, is the Dallas VA medical Center located at 4500 S Lancaster in South Dallas, telephone 800-849-3597. Second, is the Fort Worth Outpatient Clinic located at 300 W Rosedale, telephone 800-443-9672. Third, is the Sam Rayburn Memorial Veterans Center located at 1201 E 9th Street in Bonham, Texas.
There is a fourth VA facility, the Denton Community Based Outpatient Clinic, located at:2223 Colorado BoulevardDenton, TX 76205Phone: 940-891-6350
It is behind the Golden Triangle Mall and next to the Sonic Drive-in.
Hopefully, you registered it with your local county clerk upon returning home. If so, it would be readily available to you. If not, we will submit a request from to the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) requesting a copy be sent to you. You should receive requested copy in six weeks.
Yes, there is. Come into our office with a copy of your discharge papers and we will complete a form that will be sent to the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) for replacement medals and awards. We understand that the system is greatly backlogged at the current time; however, all requests will ultimately be filled. Generally, there is no charge for medal or award replacements.