Clothing Allowance & Incontinence Supplies

Veterans receiving VA benefits can get incontinence supplies as part of the benefit that covers “medical supplies.” The Pharmacy Service normally provides them on a recurring basis for home care of a diagnosed disability, but some products are available through the Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service. 

Veterans who are rated for a service-connected disability for which he or she uses prosthetic or orthopedic device such as wheelchair, power chair, ETC, may receive an annual clothing allowance. The allowance is also available to Veterans whose service-connected skin condition requires prescribed skin medication that irreparably damages the Veteran’s outer garments.

 Please contact your VA treatment team for additional information.


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