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Veteran Wheelchair Van Grants

Veterans Save More at United Access

At United Access, we’ve partnered with VMI to offer you discounts on your next wheelchair accessible vehicle purchase. There are a few different ways for you to save.

  • As a veteran and first time VMI customer, you can take advantage of Operation Independence and take $1,000 off your first VMI purchase.
  • As a veteran and USAA member, you’re eligible for a $1,000 rebate on a wheelchair accessible van.
  • Now through the end of the year, VMI is offering a $1,000 manufacturer’s rebate on 2018 Honda Pilots, while supplies last. Ask you Mobility Specialist for details.

These offers can be combined. Please contact us today so we can help you start saving on your next purchase.

Did you know that you can access funds from the VA?

We proudly support our veterans. In order to fully support you and your needs, we work closely with the Department of Veteran Affairs regarding automobile grants for handicap accessible vehicles. United Access offers the expertise necessary to assist you in processing wheelchair van grants through the VA. Further, we proudly support our customers and employees who served this country. We offer support by fundraising, supporting local events and volunteering with organizations dedicated to honoring our veterans.

The Veterans’ Administration offers a one-time veterans automobile grant of $21,058.69 for 100% Service Connected Veterans that meet stringent guidelines. Talk to your VA counselor or prosthetics doctor for more information. Veterans who are 100% Service Connected are eligible for two handicap vehicle conversions every four years or one every two years. Veterans that trade their modified vehicle in every two years typically have less out-of-pocket expense getting into a new wheelchair van than a veteran that trades at a later date. The Veterans’ Administration will allow for the purchase of a pre-owned wheelchair van using their depreciation schedule for reimbursement.

How to Apply for the Veterans Automobile Grant

Veterans and service members can apply for the automobile and/or the special adaptive equipment grant by completing VA Form 21-4502, Application for Automobile or Other Conveyance and Adaptive Equipment and submitting it to your local VA regional office. The instructions on the VA Form 21-4502 contain a list of adaptive equipment that has been pre-approved for particular disabilities. Visit www.va.gov/vaforms/ to find VA forms and applications.

Eligibility Requirements (Automobile Grant)

  • Loss, or permanent loss of use, of one or both feet
  • Loss, or permanent loss of use, of one or both hands
  • Permanent impairment of vision in both eyes to a certain degree
  • Severe burn injury
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Veteran Resources

ALS for Veterans

Focus: Support for veterans with ALS
The ALS Association is working everyday to support people with ALS and their families, including our heroes who have served in the military and who are approximately twice as likely to develop ALS as those who have not served.
USA

Around the Clock Medical Alarms

Focus: Medical Alert | Personal Emergency Response Systems
Around the Clock Medical Alarms is an A+ accredited business by the BBB. The mission is to provide personal emergency response systems inside your home, “because emergencies never make appointments." Working closely with Veteran Aide, Around the Clock Medical Alarms is able to assist veterans specific in-home emergency response needs as well.
Nationwide

Able through PVA

Focus: Disabled or injured veteran access to jobs, care and benefits
Mission: ABLE focuses on three key aspects of holistic recovery and transition ensuring that America's brave veterans are:
  • ABLE to receive the benefits they've earned
  • ABLE to access timely and quality health care
  • ABLE to get job training and career opportunities
Washington, DC

Benefits Navigator

Focus: U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Explore VA benefits and find out which ones you and your family may be eligible to receive. It’s easy.
USA

Disabled Veterans of American (DAV)

Focus: Advocacy center for disabled veterans
DAV (Disabled American Veterans) is the most long-lasting veterans advocacy and assistance group in this country. We've watched this country change and grow, and we've grown along with it. However, DAV has never wavered in its core mission to fulfill our country's promises to the men and women who served.
Cold Spring, Kentucky

Paralyzed Veterans of America

Focus: PVA - Texas Chapter
The purpose of Texas Chapter Paralyzed Veterans of America (Texas PVA) is to help our members and their families, veterans, and all people with disabilities with accessibility issues, civil rights, VA benefits, transportation issues, and new laws to enhance the lives of people with disabilities.
Houston, Texas

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

Focus: US Department of Veterans Affairs
Assistance for veterans.
Arecibo, Ponce and Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico

Veterans Guide to VA Benefits

Focus: Guide produced by Vets First
A guide for veterans, their family members and those assisting them to successfully apply for benefits from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs ("VA").
USA

Vets First / United Spinal Association

Focus: Advocacy center for disabled veterans
VetsFirst is a program of United Spinal Association that assists veterans and their eligible family members in obtaining the benefits they are entitled to, deserve and need. We advocate nationally for all generations of veterans, including individuals living with post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injuries.
Multiple Locations Across the Country

Wounded Warrior Project

Focus: Advocacy center for support of veterans
To honor and empower Wounded Warriors.
Multiple Locations Across the Country

Contact a Mobility Specialist

Call a Mobility Specialist at 877-501-8267 and let United Access help you find the right products to best suit your mobility needs.