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Hearing Services for Veterans

Many veterans receive their hearing aids through the VA health system but find it difficult to travel back and forth to the VA for follow up service. So, we created a special program that includes complimentary Maintenance Visits and Hearing Test for our Veterans who did so much for the USA and deserve to get something back in return.

To learn more about our Veterans Services 4U please call us at 215-646-7879! We are conveniently located in Maple Glen, PA and serving all the surrounding communities in Montgomery County.

Useful links for Veterans

  • An Extensive List of Vital Resources For Veterans In Need

    Find useful resources for veterans in the United States. Discover services and groups providing financial, health, social, food, and employment assistance.

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  • Veterans Guide to Health and Nutrition

    The foods you eat, and how physically active and healthy you are as a veteran play a role in every aspect of your life. Making good exercise and food choices can help you feel your best not only physically, but also mentally.

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  • Guidance for Veterans Mental Health

    Today's veteran faces many challenges when returning home from war and working to integrate back into normal society. In addition to the regular challenges of getting back to civilian work, today's vet faces a society that may not understand what happened on the battlefield or why it happened. The atrocities of modern war times are difficult for the modern individual to understand. This can leave a veteran feeling alone and disconnected.

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  • Find a PTSD Therapist

    Good treatments for PTSD are available. Here are some suggestions for finding a therapist, counselor, or mental health care provider who can help your recovery.

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  • Resources for Homeless Veterans

    For the first time in seven years, the number of homeless people in the US has increased, including a rise in the number of homeless veterans. Whether you are homeless, a family member or friend of someone who’s homeless, or just a concerned citizen, you need to know about the resources available to help.

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  • National Coalition of Homeless Veterans

    If you are a homeless veteran or a veteran at risk of becoming homeless, these pages provide information that you can use to seek help. They include addresses, phone numbers, and websites to find out about services, programs, and other help that is available.

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  • Military Financial Assistance

    Financial assistance resources for the military community. Here is a listing of organizations that can help.

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  • Homes for Homeless Veterans

    This guide is intended to help veterans who are struggling get the help they deserve. From help with homelessness to something as simple as a partner animal to help alleviate emotional trauma, these organizations, groups and services will support today’s vets so they can enjoy a full, thriving and healthy civilian life. Your local VA office is one critical place to look and from which to start, but there are lots of other options that are also available and that can give you further support wherever you need it most.

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  • Legal Advice for Veterans

    Supporting Our Heroes! Help For Veterans' Legal Concerns.

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  • The Ultimate Guide to Hearing Health for Veterans

    Hearing problems are two of the biggest health issues the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) helps veterans with. According to the VA, hearing loss affects more than 28 million Americans, including more than half of people over the age of 75.

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