In 2018, the federal government announced a program to cover the costs of caregivers of people with cognitive impairment, known as cognitive impairment service providers.
The idea was to increase the number of people receiving mental health services to meet demand.
It’s a goal that is still being met, but not by the same people.
This week, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced a new program that will cover more of the costs for caregivers of veterans with dementia.
The program will cover caregivers of military service members who have been discharged from the military for more than 60 days, or those who have served for less than 180 days.
Veterans with dementia will be covered for up to $5,500 a year, a fraction of what the VA previously paid.
Veterans who have a disability will also be covered.
But many of these people, who are in their 80s and 90s, may not qualify for the veterans assistance program because they may not have been diagnosed with dementia before they received their disability benefits.
They may have been in the military before they were diagnosed.
And there are some people who may have only recently been diagnosed.
The VA says that in 2018, more than 17,000 veterans who have dementia were enrolled in the program.
That number has increased over the last year, but still represents less than 1% of the veterans in the VA’s care.
The other half of the service members with dementia were covered through the veterans health benefits program, the Veterans Health Administration.
These people were enrolled through the VA.
And many of them are covered through private insurers.
For the most part, the veterans benefits program was designed to cover older adults who are more vulnerable to disease.
The veterans health program was supposed to cover these older adults, but the VA has stopped providing them that coverage.
The problem is that the VA does not have the resources to pay for them.
They have to get a VA prescription and get an insurance subsidy, and the VA pays for most of those out-of-pocket expenses.
So veterans with a disability and their caregivers are paying the cost of providing care to veterans who may not be able to pay.
And the VA says it will help these veterans with cognitive disabilities by making more mental health care available.
And it is working to expand access to mental health treatment, including prescription medication, in veterans with mental health issues.
But the VA also says it is making improvements to the mental health support it offers veterans with disabilities.
The agency is working with mental illness organizations, including mental health advocates, to develop a new, more comprehensive approach to care that includes a wide range of services, including cognitive rehabilitation.
VA will also work with organizations to create more coordinated and affordable programs for veterans with serious mental health problems to address their challenges and challenges they face, including addiction and mental health.
This will include helping them access health care and mental illness treatment services, and expanding their mental health education programs to include more general education and outreach to other veterans.
VA also said it is investing $15 million to improve mental health counseling for veterans.
There are also new efforts under way to ensure that veterans who need mental health help get it, which means that they are receiving treatment that is safe and effective.
Veterans health and medical care is one of the largest sectors of the U.S. economy, with an estimated $20 trillion in annual spending.
In 2018 alone, VA spent $1.5 billion on mental health and addiction treatment.
The federal government is also working on new strategies to help veterans who are currently experiencing mental health challenges to improve their lives.
VA plans to expand its Mental Health Outreach and Treatment Initiative to include all veterans and their families who are at risk of a mental health condition.
This includes providing mental health workers with support and guidance, as well as helping them make informed decisions about their care, such as whether to take a drug or substance abuse medication.
VA is also looking at ways to help former veterans transition into civilian life.
It is looking to offer employment opportunities, and it will also offer a transition program for veterans who decide they want to work, or for other veterans who want to reintegrate into society.
But for now, veterans with long-term disabilities are not receiving the same help they would have had under the new VA plans.
In a statement, VA said that it is committed to improving veterans care through a combination of programs and activities to provide timely and effective care and support.
And VA said it will continue to invest in improving veterans mental health, and providing veterans with the best possible care.