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How often can I apply for Specially Adapted Housing (SAH)/Special Housing Adaptation (SHA) benefits?

Published 03/25/2011 03:07 PM   |    Updated 04/29/2011 01:47 PM

How often can I apply for Specially Adapted Housing?

Public Law 109-233 authorized up to three usages of grant benefits.  An eligible veteran or servicemember may use their grant benefit up to three times, but cannot exceed the aggregate maximum amount allowable by law.  The current maximum aggregate grant amount allowable at the time of this publication is $63,780 for the SAH grant and $12,756 for the SHA grant.  This amount could be increased annually based on a cost of-construction index.