The scope of the foundation has been expanded to meet the need of another housing issue. Our veteran population would like to be able to stay in their residence of choice for as long as they possibly can. VCCF Home Care will serve the veteran and their families with the necessary care coordination that is required to meet their individual needs.

This will be achieved through a little known pension called "The Aid and Attendance Pension" available to wartime veterans and their surviving spouses who meet certain medical and financial requirements.

Families have many demands on their time including caring for their aging parents. This is why VCCF Home Care provides direct care services to help those who wish to maintain their independence at home. VCCF Home Care services will enhance and preserve their quality of live.

Veterans Administration Aid & Attendance Benefit

The VA has a little known program whereby the purchase of personal care and attendant home services (including assisted living and nursing home) may be paid for through a “non-service” related medical reimbursement pension.



  • Respite Care
  • Light Housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Companionship
  • Additional services
  • Help with Bathing
  • Help with Dressing
  • Medication Reminders
  • Transportation
  • Meal Preparation
  • Personal Care


  • Veterans and their spouses
  • The veteran must have served at least 90 days or more on active duty with ONE day beginning or ending during a period of war
  • HONORABLE discharge
  • Must be considered homebound status
  • Over 65*
  • Have appropriate assets and income

Wartime Service Periods

World War I:        Apr 16, 1917 – Nov 11, 1918

World War II:      Dec 07, 1941 – Dec 31, 1946

Korean War:       Jun 27, 1950 – Jan 31, 1955

Vietnam War:     Aug 05, 1964 – May 07, 1975 or
                              “in country” Feb 28, 1961 -  May 07, 1975

Gulf War:            Served 2 years active duty with one day between
                             Aug 02, 1990 – no end date set.


VCCF Home Care, Serving One Veteran, One Family, One at a time

offers this service
at no charge
to the veteran or the family

We will originate, organize, prepare, and submit the necessary paperwork needed to obtain any benefit of pension that the veteran or surviving spouse qualifies for. This includes the aid and attendance pension. 

Please contact our office today to see if you qualify and begin the process. We look forward to serving you! Thank you for your service.

For the Home Care website, please click here:

With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives to us to see the right, let us striven to finish the work we are in, to wind up the nations wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow and orphan…
— Abraham Lincoln, March 4, 1865