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Where do dependents and survivors of veterans receive medical care?  
When an active duty sponsor dies, surviving family members remain eligible for TRICARE benefits at the active duty dependent rates for a three-year period. At the end of the three-year period, TRICARE eligibility continues, but at the retiree dependent rates. The surviving spouse or child of a veteran who died from a VA-rated service connected disability would be covered under CHAMPVA, a medical program through which the Department of Veterans Affairs helps pay the cost of medical services for eligible veterans, veteran’s dependents, and survivors of veterans. Contact your regional TRICARE contract representative or VA Benefits office for more information.
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Question & Answer Service Providers  
Service ProviderReferenceMeans of Delivery
Department of Veterans Affairs Written
Family Program Coordinator US Army National Guard Verbal
FEDweek Retired Military Personnel Handbook Publication
Health Care Benefits Advisor Verbal
Military Medical Treatment Verbal
Soldier and Family Assistance Program Manager Verbal
TRICARE
U.S. Army Reserve Family Program Director Verbal

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