The 4502 one time Vehicle Grant for disabled veterans is set to increase from $11,000 to $18,000.
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San Diego, CA (1888PressRelease) December 05, 2010 - The one time vehicle (4502) grant will increase from $11,000 to $18,000 in December 2011. Disabled Veterans grants are available for veterans who have been given a power/manual wheelchair by the VA and are in need of transportation of their mobility equipment.
Ask today about disabled veteran mobility equipment grants! Better Life Mobility has been serving our veterans since 1997 by working closely with the PVA and DAV. Many veterans have purchased handicap accessible vans, mobility vans, and wheelchair vans using these grants. We are a contracted Veterans Administration provider. Please visit one of our three showrooms (Las Vegas, San Diego, and Riverside) and talk with our certified mobility experts.
The following grants are available for those who qualify:
One time vehicle grant (4502) of $11,000 to be used towards a vehicle. Vehicle mobility equipment grants to help with the cost of vehicle conversion for adding a wheelchair lift and/or lowered floor handicap accessible ramp van..
Automobile Adaptive Equipment Program: This program provides equipment and training necessary for certain service-connected patients to enter, exit and operate a motor vehicle, once They have been awarded an Automobile Grant by VBA (Form 4502) and completed Driver's Training with an approved driver's evaluator. If a patient does not meet the service-connected Criteria to operate a vehicle (loss of or loss of use of a limb or alkalosis of one of both hips and knees), they can still be approved for equipment to enter and exit a vehicle. There are further criteria and exceptions. Please see your local prosthetics Chief for more information.
Home Modification Grants up to $60,000 to make your home accessible, convenient and enjoyable. Home Improvement & Structural Alterations (HISA) Grant Program The HISA grant is provided for the improvements and structural alterations a veteran needs to access his or her home and essential bathroom facilities. Examples include ramps, railings, lowered countertops, flooring, widened doorways and handicapped accessible bathrooms. The one time monetary limit ($1,200 for non-service-connected patients and $4,100 for service-connected patients) is dependent upon the veteran's service-connected rating.
You may qualify for additional equipment:
Wheelchairs (manual & powered)
Durable Medical Equipment (DME)
Patient Lifts (wheelchair, seat, etc.)