Attention Veterans! 

The special benefit rate for VA's automobile allowance, often referred to as "the auto grant," has increased from $24,115.12 to $25,603.02. This adjustment, resulting from the VA's annual cost-of-living adjustment (COLA), will remain in effect until October 1, 2024.

Additionally, for veterans who haven't applied for an auto grant in the last 30+ years, there's good news. You are now eligible to apply for an additional grant! To get more information on these changes and assistance with the application process, contact our consultants who are ready to guide you through the updates.


Here are some additional resources:

Disabled American Veterans
Building Better Lives for Disabled American Veterans and Their Families.

The Paralyzed Veterans of America
A congressionally chartered veterans service organization founded in 1946, has developed a unique expertise on a wide variety of issues involving the special needs of our members-veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction.

US Department of Veterans Affairs
Our goal is to provide excellence in patient care, veterans' benefits, and customer satisfaction. Our department's employees continue to offer their dedication and commitment to helping veterans get the services they have earned. Our nation's veterans deserve no less.

VA Enrollment Form
Application for Health Benefits

VA Spina Bifida Benefits
The VA provides monetary allowances, vocational training, and VA-financed healthcare benefits to the children of Vietnam veterans diagnosed with Spina Bifida.

Veterans Health Administration
This website contains information regarding VHA-wide policies, procedures, requirements, and other information of general applicability.

Learn How We Help Veterans

Auto Allowance Grant

Eligible veterans can receive $21,795.57, effective October 1 for the fiscal year 2020, to use toward the purchase of a wheelchair-accessible vehicle. The grant must be approved by the VA and gets paid directly to the seller of the vehicle.

Automobile Adaptive Equipment Program

Eligible veterans can receive equipment and training to help with the entry, exit, and/or operation of a motor vehicle. Qualifying equipment includes platform wheelchair lifts, lowered floors, raised roofs and doors, power door openers, hand controls, and kneeling, braking, and digital driving systems.

Non-Service-Connected Van Modifications Program

Eligible veterans can receive non-operational equipment to aid in the entry and exit of a van. Equipment is not issued under the Automobile Adaptive Equipment Program because it is categorized as medical.

VA Applications and Downloads

Obtaining, Completing, and Submitting the following forms are your first steps in getting a new wheelchair-accessible van through the VA. Learn More About VA & Disability Grants

Download VA Form 21-4502

VA 21-4502

Download VA Form 10-1394

VA 10-1394