What is a Vet First Community?
It takes more than a sign and a building to be a Vet First Community. We only work with communities that maintain high standards in the care and comfort of their residents. Each facility has been inspected and complies with an extensive checklist that insures your loved one will be safe and happy.
While the checklist and inspection procedures are rather involved, the overriding principle is that we will not work with a community if we wouldn’t feel comfortable placing our mother in it. Nothing but the best for our mom!
Recommended Retirement Communities
The following communities have been inspected and toured personally by professional members and meet strict standards for care and facility conditions:
Each Veteran First Community makes these commitments:
WE HONOR VETS
Throughout the year, events and celebrations mark the sacrifices that veterans have made so that we can enjoy the freedoms and prosperity that we have. The communities honor vets with pictures, parties and balloons. At some places, we engage residents in sending letters and cookies to our boys in Iraq, Afghanistan and across the globe.
WE EDUCATE FAMILIES
Most veterans have not heard of this benefit. So it’s little wonder that their kids haven’t either. Veteran First Communities help the educational process by hosting workshops where families can plan for benefit eligibility. They have partnered with our professional associates so that children can know that their parents are in good hands.
WE CARE FOR VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIES
Loving families want the best for mom and dad. Many though, worry about what will happen if they run out of money. Veteran first communities are dedicated to helping families get the relief they need that is due to them.
WE LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND
No matter what financial situation a family finds itself in, we will never charge for any services rendered to eligible veterans or clients of professional members. Veteran First Communities partner with us to spread the word across the US.
WE PARTICIPATE IN THE PROCESS
Administrators at Veteran First Communities know that every week without the benefit costs families hundreds of dollars. They have agreed to work closely with us to get the paperwork out the door within 48 hours of receiving it.