Health & Wellness
One of the highest priorities under the PVA Charter is providing programs to enhance the health and wellness of members.
PVA provides assistance and representation without charge to veterans with spinal cord injury and disease and other veterans who are seeking healthcare and benefits. National Service Officers and local Health Liason Officers monitor the quality of healthcare, benefits and services provided to veterans.
The Kentucky - Indiana Chapter strives to provide its members with the knowledge, power and resources needed to pursue optimal health and wellness, through:
- Education & Information
- Peer Mentorship
- Emotional Support
- Financial Assistance for transportation, caregiver training, and other healthcare needs not covered by VA Benefits
- Adaptive Sports & Recreation Opportunities
Any person with a spinal cord injury or disease, facing health, wellness or quality of life issues that needs assistance can contact us. We are here to help!
In 2013, Kentucky & Indiana PVA Service Officers ...
Had 8,302 contacts with veterans needing assistance with benefits.
Served 1441 new clients.
Filed 751 new claims.
Delivered $6,689,663 in benefits.