VA Disability and Alcoholism: Can You Get Paid?
VA has recognized alcoholism as a secondary service-connected condition due to the high prevalence of alcohol use disorder among veterans. If the alcoholism was caused by another service-connected condition, veterans can claim disability benefits for alcoholism.
If you’re a veteran with alcoholism, you may be wondering if you can get paid by the VA for your disability. The answer is yes – but there are some things you need to know before you can start receiving VA benefits.
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