Thanks in large part to this community, my mom and I finally got A&A for my Grandfather, a WWII vet. Unfortunately, even with this help, his required 24/7 care burns through more money than his VA and government pensions provide. He's about out of money. So we're looking at the budget. He spends over $300/mo (after insurance I believe) on prescriptions. I've gone on a few sites, including http://www.va.gov/HEALTHBENEFITS/access/prescriptions.asp, looking for information on this. It sounds like these would be the first two steps: Enroll him in VA health benefits Get a Primary Care Provider assigned to him Does this sound right? If he has A&A with special wartime pension, does that change how we go about securing his health benefits? Thanks for taking the time to read this.