BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Veterans who were exposed to dangerous conditions during their time of service can apply for expanded health care and benefits through the PACT Act.
PACT stands for Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics. On Wednesday morning, VA Western New York Healthcare System Assistant Director Danielle Bergman joined News 4 to elaborate on this.
Bergman talked about how much compensation has already been given to veterans, and how those in need of help can get it.
Learn more in the video above.
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