RallyPoint is a social network exclusive to the military community. Currently, 1.6 million servicemembers, Veterans, family members, government civilians, caregivers, and survivors are engaging on RallyPoint.

One of the many resources on RallyPoint is the ability to ask your peers questions.

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More than 350,000 discussions on RallyPoint are related to VA benefits and services.

“How does the process for using a VA home loan work? Will I be able to qualify if I have terrible credit but stable income?”

“If you have a rating of 40% disability for the Army and 100% VA, how does that usually work with pay? Will I get two separate checks?”

“Does TriCare Prime cover eye exams for glasses and contacts?”

These are all questions that have been asked and answered already. If you have a question, someone on RallyPoint has an answer.

As a RallyPoint member puts it, “The folks who are in there, [they have] been there done that, got the bumper sticker and the t-shirt in some cases.”

VA and RallyPoint.com recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding to improve access and navigation of services for Veterans nationwide. This partnership will help community-based programs and support transitioning Servicemembers, Veterans, families, caregivers, and survivors.

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4 Comments

  1. Gerald Pahlmann February 13, 2019 at 5:48 pm

    Is there any research if Agent Orange has shown that Inclusion Body Myositis, Demyelinating polyneuropathy or Axonal Polyneuropathy might be caused by exposure, with symptoms showing up years later. Any chance it is covered as presumed

  2. Matlabi February 13, 2019 at 4:56 pm

    This is a very good service.
    I was amazed

  3. John Kahler February 5, 2019 at 6:40 pm

    That’s great however when do we the Veteran get to a a chance to be heard. Where and who can we talk to, and insure our personal information is not shared. I was told to stop my meds for another that never came.

    • Patricia Kelly-Banks February 13, 2019 at 6:21 pm

      Contact your Regional Office advocates and personnel they will assist on communication with primary care physician.
      Future Tele-Med procedures should eliminate obstacles from any delays in receiving prompt treatment and medicines.

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