Veteran Assisted Living in Florida

The Robert H. Jenkins Jr. Veterans’ Domiciliary Home, a 148-bed housing facility for honorably discharged veterans in Lake City, Fla., provides a special combination of housing, personalized supportive services and incidental medical care to eligible veterans, who must be able to feed and dress themselves, and be in need of assisted living care. Residents must have at least one year of residency in the state of Florida and be in need of assisted living facility care, not hospital or nursing home care. Private rooms run about $2,100 a month and semi-private rooms about $1,650. Rates are based on a sliding fee scale according to the veteran’s income. For information about veteran assisted living in Florida and the domiciliary, call 386-758-0600.

MORE INFORMATION ON FLORIDA VETERANS BENEFITS

  • Florida State Veterans Benefits
    In the state of Florida there are a number of benefit packages that are available for former military members. The Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs is the state agency that handles any and all state veterans related issues.
  • Florida Veterans Disability Advocates
    If you are one of the numerous veterans looking to file a VA disability claim or have already encountered setbacks in your claim process, Veterans Help Group wants you to know that help is available. Comprised of a talented team of Florida veterans disability advocates – many of whom are veterans themselves – our veteran owned advocate is committed to upholding the rights of disabled veterans, guiding them through their chosen actions step by step, and securing the benefits they need and deserve.
  • Veterans Disability Compensation
    Not all forms of veterans disability compensation come in monetary payments. Should you be in need of a different kind of aid, it may be a possibility. Some other forms of compensation include health care, a pension, a grant to build a home designed to accommodate a wheelchair, grants for specialized motor vehicles, and even access to dependent-care assistant programs.

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