Am I eligible for free prescriptions?
Medication co-payments are charged for each 30 day or less supply of medication provided on an outpatient basis for nonservice-connected conditions. Exemptions from this co-payment requirement are provided for veterans service-connected 50% or more, former POWs, and for veterans whose income is less than the established dollar threshold. Also exempt from the medication co-payment are veterans receiving medication for the treatment of conditions related to agent orange, ionizing rediation, Persian Gulf, military sexual trauma, certain cancer of the head and neck and combat veterans.

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1. What are the Veterans Affairs office hours and contact numbers?
2. Who is eligible for VA Benefits?
3. Who is eligible for VA Compensation?
4. How long will it take to process my claim?
5. How do I apply for VA health care?
6. What health benefits and services are not covered by VA?
7. Am I eligible for free prescriptions?
8. Will VA provide hearing aids and eyeglasses?
9. Can I get a prescription by a non-VA physician filled at a VA health care facility?
10. Where can I order a copy of my Discharge (DD214), Military service/medical records?