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Michigan Veteran Homes - Veteran Affairs Benefits
Benefits and Cost of Care
Michigan Veteran Homes is an independent, nonprofit organization, separate from the VA. So, while gaining veteran healthcare coverage from the VA is different from gaining admission to VA Homes, we can still help you make the most of your benefits.
The Cost of Care
Every year, the MVFA Board of Directors determines the cost of care. Currently, rates for November 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022 are as follows:
Nursing Care $184.63 per day
Domiciliary Care $2,710.00 per month
Nursing Care $300.25 per day
Domiciliary Care $4,336.00 per month
However, the cost for each individual member is determined by a monthly assessment, which is based on a member's ability to pay.* To calculate a price as fair as possible, our team will consider a person's assets, income, marital status and dependent expenses.
To help offset costs, veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces may qualify for VA benefits, including long-term care, extended care, short-term stays and rehabilitation care. See if a daily stipend is available through the Veterans Affairs’ Aid and Attendance Program.
For more specific information, contact the community you're considering.
Michigan Veteran Homes at Chesterfield Township
Michigan Veteran Homes at Grand Rapids
Michigan Veteran Homes D.J. Jacobetti
906.226.3576 ext. 2520305
pay the full cost of care are expected to do so. If paying the full cost for nursing care, the monthly amount due will fluctuate based upon the
number of days included within each month.
Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency
For information on connecting veterans to benefits and resources, please contact the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency.