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The Department of Veterans' Affairs provides three types of grants for veterans to enable them to make home modifications to accommodate for disabilities connected to their military service or for disabilities resulting from aging. Of these three grants, the HISA Grant is the most appropriate for the elderly because the grant is not limited to those individuals with service-connected disabilities. Did You Know? Veterans are eligible to receive a free estimate for bathroom safety re-models.
These estimates can be helpful when applying for assistance. Get started now. HISA Grants offer financial resources to disabled veterans to make medically necessary modifications to their homes to improve access, mobility, and in particular, to facilitate use of the lavatory facilities. For instance, this grant may cover the addition of handrails, ramps and electrical outlets for installation of medical equipment, roll in showers, and widening of doorways.
However, those whose disability is service-connected are eligible for a higher grant amount. The veteran does not necessarily need to own the home in which the modification is being made, provided they have the permission of the homeowner, as indicated by a signed and notarized statement.
This limit was last adjusted in An application for HISA grant is available for download here. Veterans must have a medical prescription stating their name, address, and phone number, the diagnosis resulting in the need for the home modification, as well as what modification is needed. In addition, one contractor bid for the cost of the work is required. A color photograph of the area that needs modifications should also be included with the application. SAH Grants, also referred to as a Grants, provide financial resources to veterans for home modifications to make their place of residence wheelchair accessible.
This grant can be used to build a specially adapted home or to remodel a current home. However, unlike the HISA Grant, this assistance is available only to veterans with service-connected disabilities that include the loss, or loss of function, in at least one of their legs, the loss, or loss of function, of both arms, or blindness in both eyes plus the loss of a leg or the functioning of a leg, or in certain conditions, severe burns.