Active duty is noisy, to say the least. As a result, many of the veterans in our country suffer from different types of hearing loss problems. Still, a number either don't seek help or are unaware that they may be eligible for health care assistance. Too often, returning veterans don't ask for support because they aren't aware of what is available for them. We've helped many veterans with their hearing needs over the years, and we could be in a position to do the same for you. If you're a veteran, ask us about your options and take advantage of the hearing technology available today.
Returning military personnel have made countless sacrifices for our country. They often pay for it with physical injuries and long-term health problems. According to the American Hearing Loss Association, hearing loss problems are the most common service-related disease among veterans in the USA.
We are proud to support those who return from active service. Veterans with a service-related hearing loss condition or ear-related disorders (including tinnitus) may be eligible for hearing aid services from us through the Veteran's Choice Program (VCP), depending on where they reside.
If you are a veteran and plan to seek treatment from us, you must be enrolled in VA Healthcare and meet at least one of the following conditions to be eligible for VCP:
- You reside more than 40 miles from a VA Healthcare hospital.
- You can not obtain a VA appointment within 30 days of the date you want it to be.
- You face an unusual or unfair burden of getting at a VA medical facility based on geographical barriers.
- You have unique healthcare hearing needs which require participation in the program.
- You live in a state or jurisdiction without a VA medical center that provides hearing services.
Consult your nearest VA to see if you are available for hearing-related services with us.