Community Based Outpatient Clinic
The purpose of the Community Based Outpatient Clinics is to provide primary health care to eligible veterans using available resources. Primary health care means non-emergent care for veterans with stable chronic health problems or minor acute illnesses.
The community based outpatient clinic is not equipped to provide emergency services. If emergency services are needed, you should seek treatment at the nearest hospital emergency room.
Veterans wishing to enroll for care in this clinic may call or visit the any weekday.
¦Handicapped Accessible: full and easy access for all veterans.
¦Personal Care: Highly qualified primary care providers, specialty care referrals to the Pacific Islands Health Care System.
¦Laboratory: Blood drawing services available.
¦Prescriptions: Routine prescriptions processed through the mail or My HealtheVet.
VA offers a number of services that can provide you with the support that's right for you. Whether you and the Veteran you care for could use some help at home or you just need someone to listen, we're here to support you. Follow the link to learn more about the variety of services available to Family Caregivers
Services for Family Caregivers of Post-9/11 Veterans
If you are the Family Caregiver of a Veteran who was injured post-9/11, you may be eligible for additional services through VA, including a stipend, comprehensive training and medical coverage through VA if you are not already covered by a plan. Follow the link to learn more about the services and to see if you are currently eligible.
Adult Day Health Care Centers
These centers are a safe and active environment with constant supervision designed for Veterans to get out of the home and participate in activities.
Home-Based Primary Care (HBPC)
This program delivers routine health care in your home when medical issues make it challenging for a Veteran to travel. This service can also include physical rehabilitation, mental health care for your Veteran, social work and referrals to VA and community services.
Home Hospice Care
During the advanced stages of a terminal disease, Home Hospice Care can offer comfort and supportive services for you and the Veteran you care for in your own home. An interdisciplinary team of health care providers and volunteers from a local community hospice agency is there for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Grief counseling is also available for you and other immediate family members.
Homemaker and Home Health Aides
This program provides in-home care to Veterans with personal care needs on a routine schedule. This care is arranged by the local VA medical center.
Designed for Veterans who live at a distance from a VA medical center, the Home Telehealth program connects them with a care coordinator through technology (e.g., telephone, computers). These services may also include education and training or online and telephone-based support groups.
Respite care is an occasional way to take a break from your caregiving duties and relax, renew your energy, and avoid caregiver burnout. Veterans who require a caregiver may be eligible for up to 30 days of respite care each year. This care can be offered in your home, at a VA community living center, at a VA-contracted community residential care facility, or at an adult day health care center.
Skilled Home Care
This service provides medical care for homebound Veterans. The Skilled Home Care service is similar to Home-Based Primary Care, but involves VA purchasing care for a Veteran from a licensed non-VA medical professional.
Have questions about VA Caregiver Support Services? Contact VA's Caregiver Support Line at 1-855-260-3274.