We are currently only accepting VA Approval request for Walk-in Showers
If you live in Texas – Best Buy Walk-In Tubs is VA Approved in TX. We have installed our Texas made walk-in Shower in disabled Veterans homes for years.
If you are considered 50-100% disabled by the VA you could qualify for up to
$6800.00 to use towards the purchase and installation of a walk in Shower. If you are having problems with bathing and would like more information give us a call or fill out the contact form.
If you live out of the state of TX – Please call or speak with your State or local VA Prosthetics Department.
Home Improvements Structural Alterations (HISA)
Under the Home Improvements Structural Alterations (HISA) program, Veterans
with service-connected disabilities or Veterans with non-service-connected
disabilities may receive assistance for any home improvement necessary
for the continuation of treatment or for disability access to the home
and essential lavatory and sanitary facilities.
A HISA grant is available to Veterans who have received a medical determination
indicating that improvements and structural alterations are necessary
or appropriate for the effective and economical treatment of his/her disability.
In order to receive a HISA grant, the Veteran must first have a prescription
from a VA or fee-basis physician. This must include:
- Specific items required
- The diagnosis with medical justification
- The Veteran’s name, address, SSN, and phone number(s)
Limits on HISA Grants
The HISA program is available for both service-connected Veterans and non-service-connected
Veterans. On May 5, 2010 the President signed the Caregiver and Veterans
Omnibus Health Service Act of 2010, increasing the amounts available under
the HISA grant:
Home improvement benefits up to $6,800 may be provided to a:
Home improvement benefits up to $2,000 may be provided to all other Veterans
registered in the VA health care system
non-service-connected Veteran rated 50-100 percent of disability through the VA.