Veterans, Active Duty and Reservists Federal Grants

Showing results 1-21 of 21 for Veterans, Active Duty and Reservists federal grants, government grants and loans. For detailed information on a Veterans, Active Duty and Reservists federal grant including eligibility requirements or financial assistance, click the title.


Vision 21
There are several objectives related to Vision 21. These include: (1) Tribal assistance for victims of violence; (2) Funding and enhancing the provision of direct victim services; and (3) Providing funding to the States to address victims’...

Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP)
To provide training in a program that leads to a high demand occupation and employment assistance to unemployed Veterans.

Veterans Housing_Manufactured Home Loans
To assist veterans, servicepersons, and certain unmarried surviving spouses of veterans in obtaining credit for the purchase of a manufactured home on more liberal terms than are available to non-veterans.

Veterans Information and Assistance
To provide all necessary information and assistance to potential claimants and other interested parties about veterans benefits and to provide locations within each State where this assistance can be obtained.

Veterans Medical Care Benefits
To provide outpatient medical services, hospital care, medicines and supplies to eligible veterans in receipt of VA health care.

Veterans Nursing Home Care
To accommodate eligible veterans who are not acutely ill and not in need of hospital care, but who require skilled nursing care, related medical services, supportive personal care, and individual adjustment services (including social, divers ional,...

Veterans Rehabilitation_Alcohol and Drug Dependence
To provide medical, social, vocational and rehabilitation therapies to eligible alcohol and drug dependent veterans.

Veterans State Hospital Care
To provide financial assistance to States furnishing hospital care to eligible veterans in State veterans' homes which meet the standards prescribed by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.

Blind Rehabilitation Centers
To provide personal and social adjustment programs and medical or health-related services for eligible blinded veterans at selected VA Medical Centers maintaining blind rehabilitation centers.

Veterans' Employment Program
To provide services to assist in reintegrating eligible veterans into meaningful employment within the labor force; and to stimulate the development of effective service delivery systems that will address the complex problems facing eligible...

Business Development Assistance to Small Business
To help the prospective, as well as the present small business person improve skills to manage and operate a business.

Vocational Training for Certain Veterans Receiving VA Pension
To assist new pension recipients to resume and maintain gainful employment by providing vocational training and other services.

Compensation for Service-Connected Deaths for Veterans' Dependents
To compensate surviving spouses, children and dependent parents for the death of any veteran who died before January 1, 1957, because of a service-connected disability. (Claimants may elect payment under the VA Dependency and Indemnity Compensation...

Incentive Grants - WIA Section 503
To carry out innovative programs consistent with the purposes of Title I of WIA (Workforce Investment Systems), Title II of WIA (Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA), 20 U.S.C. 9201 et seq.), the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied...

Federal Civil Service Employment
To fill U.S. Government job vacancies with the best qualified applicants available.

Federal Employment Assistance for Veterans
To provide assistance to veterans in obtaining Federal employment.

Health Center Grants for Homeless Populations
To award grants for the purpose of enabling grantees, directly or through contracts, to provide for the delivery of primary health services and substance abuse (alcohol and/or illicit drugs) services to homeless individuals including homeless...

Sharing Specialized Medical Resources
To receive and share the most advanced medical techniques; to secure the use of healthcare resources which otherwise might not be feasibly available to the VA and to provide services to the community through resources which are not being utilized to...

Transition to Teaching
To recruit and retain highly qualified midcareer professionals (including highly qualified paraprofessionals) and recent graduates of institutions of higher education, as teachers in high-need schools, including by recruiting teachers through...

Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights
To protect and facilitate the smooth and prompt reemployment of members of the uniformed services (to include National Guard and Reserves) following performance of qualifying service. Also, to prohibit discrimination in employment and acts of...

Veterans Home Based Primary Care
To provide primary health care in the home, through a VA interdisciplinary team, to homebound and often bedridden eligible veterans whose caregivers are capable and willing to assist in their care.


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