Taking Care Of Our Veterans' Caregivers

Why this resource is helpful:

Informal caregivers are a lifeline for veterans and a critical part of our health care system. The RAND Corporation estimates that informal caregivers for veterans save the United States millions of dollars in health care costs each year, providing in-home assistance to 5.5 million veterans.

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