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1 CURRENT UNIT MOBILIZATIONS & TOTAL DEPLOYMENTS MDATEMSADUNITOPNPAXMISSION Projected Return Date 31MAY1303JUN13 JFHQ SFAAT (2CR) OEF-A9 Combat Advisor Late MAY14 Total PANG Deployed 141 Total PAARNG Deployed 9 Total MOB’ed PAARNG (at HS or MOB/DEMOB site) 0 PAANG Total As of 13 NOV 13 As of 19 NOV 13

2 FUTURE UNIT MOBILIZATIONS A: Afghanistan K: Kuwait As of 19 NOV 13

3 Pennsylvania Veterans’ Trust Fund Monthly Report Funding SourceReceiptsExpenditures Transfers to VTF$1,700, HV License Plate$18, Donations, Contributions, Gifts, VTF Check-off $15, VSO Grant (Act 66) $670, Veterans' EA/VINTA $56, Totals$1,733,539.95$727, Fund Ending Balance$1,005, Revenue data for HV License plate and $3.00 Check Off donations are supplied by PENNDOT. DMVA revenue has not been recognized yet. Emergency Assistance Funding released from Budgetary Reserve Status. We have expended a total of $65, as of 29 Oct OA is attempting to credit the VTF for EA expenditures. As of 13 NOV 13

4 OrgJuly 2013Aug 2013Sep 2013Year to Date ClaimValueClaimValueClaimValueClaimValue ODAGVA525$5,618, $7,691, $5,813, ,123, Act $7,781, $9,272, $9,225, $26,640, Combined1776$13,400, $16,963, $15,039, $45,403, Veteran Service Officer Grant Program (Act 66, of 2007) VSO Compensation Report 1 st Qtr, 2013 VSO Compensation reports are as of the 15 th of every month and are due to ODAG-VA PM NLT the 20 th of every month. First Quarter data is compiled as of 23 Sep October data will not be available until after 20 NOV 2013 We are currently completing review of Veteran Service Officer Grant Program applications for FY All Service Organizations have successfully submitted their applications and the initial review has been completed. Service Organizations are being contacted to schedule oral presentations with a view toward completing orals NLT 15 Dec rd Quarter VSO Grant payments to eligible organizations are on track to be released on schedule.

5 Outreach Engagements 1-15 November 2013 OVA-O&R supported 6 Community Events during this period. The Mobile Outreach Vehicle was utilized in support of each of these engagements. The Veteran Outreach Team interacted with approximately 500 Veterans during these Outreach Engagements. VSO Referrals: 130 Health Care Enrollments: 40 Direct referral to County Directors: 100 Highlights: On 4 Nov the Outreach Team supported a Veteran Appreciation Breakfast with Rep Lynda Culver. On 8 Nov the Outreach Team supported a Veteran Appreciation event at Rep Becky Corbin’s Offices On 9 Nov the Outreach Team supported a Veteran Appreciation Breakfast with Rep Karen Boback On 11 Nov the Outreach Team supported Veteran Day Activities in support of Gov Corbett in State College, PA On 13 Nov the Outreach Team supported the Federal Benefit Fair at FTIG On 15 Nov the Outreach Team supported Senator Rich Alloway at a Veteran Outreach event in Gettysburg, PA NOTE: County Directors of Veterans Affairs for each county participated in these events.

6 DMVA Legislative Affairs Current Legislative Priorities: a.Amputee and Paralyzed Veteran Pension - SB 1129 Senate VA&EP 21OCT13 b.Educational Assistance Program (EAP) – SB 1115 Senate Final passage 18 NOV13 – 19 NOV13, House VA&EP c.Military Physician Incentive Program - SB 403 Senate Final passage 18NOV13 – 19NOV13, House VA&EP d.Military Family Relief Assistance – SB 923 re-reported Sen. Approps. 18NOV13., Second Consideration 19NOV13. Proposed Legislative Priorities a.Motorcycle License Plate – SB 1146 Senate VA&EP 12NOV13 b.Volunteer Behavioral Health – SB 81 Senate final passage 23OCT13/House Professional Licensure 29OCT13/HB 43 House final passage 25JUN13/Senate Consumer Protection Prof. Licensure Comm. 19JUL13 c.Sell/Convey - Hunt/Pine Grove Armories d.Youth Challenge Program As of 21 NOV 13

7 DMVA Legislative Affairs Current Legislation of Interest a.Education/PA Residency to Military/Veterans – Rep. Barrar HB 472 (Sen. Ed) b.Priority Registration for Current Military Service Personnel and Veterans – HB 1164/Rep. Murt (Sen. Ed) c.Developing Opportunities in Veterans’ Education – DOVE Program – SB 1004/Sen. Baker (Sen. Ed) d.Providing for Transfer & Articulation Oversight Committee – SB 232/Sen. Dinniman (Sen. Ed) e.Local Earned Income Tax for Active Duty Pay – SB 803/Sen. Baker (Sen. Approps.) and HB 481/Rep. Kauffman (House Finance) f.Veterans Lottery Game – HB 1205/Rep Barrar (House VA&EP 21 OCT 13 /laid on table) As of 21 NOV 13

8 Veterans’ Homes Occupancy Total State Veterans’ Homes Occupancy: 89% – Total State Veterans’ Homes Non-Veteran Census Percentage: 10% State Veterans’ Homes Nursing Care (NC) / Dementia (DEM) Occupancy: 93% State Veterans’ Homes Personal Care (PC) / Domiciliary (DOM) Occupancy: 76% As of 11/30/2013 Source of National Data: Department of Veterans Affairs’ nation-wide census report for State Veterans’ Homes.

9 Current Licensure Status Regulatory Agency DVVHGMVCHVHPSSHSEVCSWVC Date of Last Inspection - Status PA Department of Health 03/14/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 05/03/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 03/17/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 11/06/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 09/23/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 12/21/2012 Full Standard Licensure Status PA Department of Public Welfare 05/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status License Vacated on 11/27/ /2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 10/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 03/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 08/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status US Department of Veterans Affairs 04/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 09/2012 Full Standard Licensure Status 01/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 02/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 08/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status 01/2013 Full Standard Licensure Status Note: Each DMVA State Veterans’ Home is currently licensed by the PA Department of Health and certified by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. GMVC does not have a Personal Care program and is not licensed by the PA Department of Public Welfare. As of 11/30/2013

10 Veterans’ Emergency Assistance > country > community > commonwealth Rooted in Title 51, Chapter 85 of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes Purpose “… to provide temporary financial assistance to eligible veterans, their unmarried surviving spouses and surviving dependents when they face a financial emergency and need assistance to provide themselves with the necessities of life.” Veterans Emergency Assistance Program

11 Veterans’ Emergency Assistance > country > community > commonwealth Eligible Veteran (if veteran is the applicant): Must have served during a period of war or armed conflict. Must have been discharged under Honorable conditions Must be a resident of Pennsylvania Must not be on public assistance (per the County Assistance Office) Must show financial need (cost of necessities of life greater than income) Must show either a sudden/unexpected loss of income OR a catastrophic loss within 180 days of DMVA receiving a complete application Veterans Emergency Assistance Program

12 > country > community > commonwealth Family Size Allowances - - Set by SVC up to a maximum established by the Welfare Code; currently at maximum County Household size (including veteran or surviving dependent) Bucks Chester Lancaster $215$330$421$514$607$687 Montgomery Pike AdamsDauphinNorthampton AlleghenyDelawarePhiladelphia BerksErieSullivan BlairLackawannaSusquehanna BradfordLebanonUnion ButlerLehighWarren $205$316$403$497$589$670 CentreLuzerneWayne ColumbiaLycomingWestmoreland CrawfordMonroeWyoming CumberlandMontourYork BeaverIndianaPotter CameronLawrenceSnyder CarbonMcKeanTioga ClintonMercerVenango $195$305$393$479$569$647 ElkMifflinWashington FranklinPerry ArmstrongFayetteJefferson BedfordForestJuniata CambriaFultonNorthumberland $174$279$365$454$543$614 ClarionGreeneSchuylkill ClearfieldHuntingdonSomerset Veterans Emergency Assistance Program

13 > country > community > commonwealth Statistics SFY 2012/13: Approved: 60% of applications received Average total household benefit for one year (over 3 months): $ Typical examples of Emergency Assistance claimants: Single Unemployed Vet, Blair County: $205/mo. x 3 mo. = $615 Surviving spouse of recently deceased veteran w/ 2 children, Dauphin County: $403/mo. x 3 mo. = $1209 Veterans Emergency Assistance Program

14 > country > community > commonwealth Statistics SFY 2012/13: Denied: 40% of applications received Reason most applications are denied: no income lost within 180 days, or the loss wasn’t sudden or unexpected Typical examples of Emergency Assistance denials: Older widow of veteran (deceased more than 180 days previous) on fixed income, bills pile up after death of veteran, but no income has been lost. Veteran loses job, goes on unemployment, income reduced by 30%, but expenses for the necessities of life do not take into account car payments, insurance, childrens’ tuition, child care, telephone, etc. Veterans Emergency Assistance Program

15 Emergency Assistance $200, Claimants305 Claimants366Claimants Projected 88 claimants on the program As of 13 NOV 2013 Lapse $0 Projected Expenditures $132,887 Expended $67,113

16 Blind Pension $222, Veterans116 Veterans123 Veterans Projected Lapse $23,100 Projected Expenditure $198,900 Expended $108,150 As of 13 NOV 2013

17 As of 14 NOV 2013

18 Educational Gratuity $101, Claimants94 Claimants101 Claimants Projected 115 Claimants on the program As of 13 NOV 2013 Lapse $0 Projected Expenditure $101,000 Expended $40,500

19 Disabled Veterans’ RETX Program As of 12 NOV 2013

20 Disabled Veterans RETX Program As of 12 Nov 2013 *187 New Applications Received since September 1 Application denied for eligibility and financial need

21 Persian Gulf Veterans’ Benefit Program Total Applications: 10,317 Payments Sent: 8,076 Total Payments: $3,438, Average Payment: $ Average Processing Time: 4.45 days As of 7 Nov 13

22 OVERALL MFRAP CONTRIBUTIONS - FY 2005 THRU 2013 PERSONAL / CORPORATE / ORGANIZATIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS$ 101, CASH CONTRIBUTIONS $ 3, OTHER - DEPT OF REV TRANSFERS (NOT PART OF PIT CHECK OFF PROGRAM) $ 1, TOTAL PRIVATE CONTRIBUTIONS $ 106, DEPT OF REVENUE - PIT DONATIONS $ 1,280, TOTAL ALL CONTRIBUTIONS - PRIVATE & PIT DONATIONS $ 1,387, APPROVED GRANT APPLICATION PAYMENTS $ 380, ACCOUNT BALANCE $ 1,006, Military Family Relief Assistance Program (MFRAP) As of 7 Nov 13

23 Act 66 Recoveries FY Total Claims Filed 3,828Total Awards Received $ 26,640,914 Adams 7 Delaware 101 Montgomery 67 Allegheny 556 Elk 3 Montour 2 Armstrong 28 Erie 247 Northampton 41 Beaver 79 Fayette 23 Northumberland 13 Bedford 14 Forest 4 Perry 8 Berks 34 Franklin 17 Philadelphia 640 Blair 78 Fulton 0 Pike 14 Bradford 6 Greene 26 Potter 2 Bucks 62 Huntington 21 Schuykill 58 Butler 135 Indiana 9 Snyder 3 Cambria 72 Jefferson 49 Somerset 28 Cameron 2 Juniata 2 Sullivan 1 Carbon 17 Lackawanna 108 Susquehanna 8 Centre 20 Lancaster 103 Tioga 0 Chester 111 Lawrence 34 Union 4 Clarion 15 Lebanon 65 Venango 29 Clearfield 83 Lehigh 136 Warren 9 Clinton 22 Luzerne 101 Washington 31 Columbia 19 Lycoming 9 Wayne 9 Crawford 38 McKean 21 Westmoreland 137 Cumberland 44 Mercer 51 Wyoming 13 Dauphin 56 Mifflin 5 York 40 Monroe 38 As of 14 Nov 13

24 County Offices and DMVA Reco veries Total Claims Filed1,648 Total Awards Received $19,123,495 AGO FTIG 5 AGO Pittsburgh 4 AGO Philadelphia 9 SH- Erie 0 SH- Philadelphia 2 SH-Scranton 7 SH- Hollidaysburg 0 SH- Pittsburgh 2 SH- Spring City 4 Adams 10 Delaware 2 Montgomery 21 Allegheny 0 Elk 10 Montour 5 Armstrong 8 Erie 6 Northampton 28 Beaver 42 Fayette 36 Northumberland 18 Bedford 10 Forest 0 Perry 3 Berks 73 Franklin 11 Philadelphia 0 Blair 10 Fulton 0 Pike 7 Bradford 10 Greene 4 Potter 3 Bucks 26 Huntington 0 Schuykill 18 Butler 14 Indiana 30 Snyder 5 Cambria 18 Jefferson 0 Somerset 10 Cameron 0 Juniata 1 Sullivan 0 Carbon 22 Lackawanna 40 Susquehanna 5 Centre 21 Lancaster 82 Tioga 13 Chester 0 Lawrence 24 Union 8 Clarion 6 Lebanon 0 Venango 4 Clearfield 0 Lehigh 49 Warren 16 Clinton 27 Luzerne 49 Washington 10 Columbia 14 Lycoming 54 Wayne 0 Crawford 16 McKean 14 Westmoreland 6 Cumberland 33 Mercer 18 Wyoming 2 Dauphin 34 Mifflin 11 York 54 Monroe 29 As of 14 Nov 13


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