What is assistance for specially adapted housing?
The Veterans’ Administration provides veterans with certain permanent and total service - connected disabilities financial assistance to purchase or construct an adapted home or modify an existing home to accommodate a disability. There are two grant programs:
  • Specially Adapted Housing Grant (SAH)
  • Special Housing Adaptation Grant (SHA)
This information is per the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Housing Grants for Disabled Veterans.

The State Tax Commission has determined that receipt of either grant would qualify an individual for the exemption under criteria b). Individuals filing the affidavit for the exemption under criteria b) must provide a copy of the certificate from the Veterans' Administration indicating they are receiving or have received pecuniary assistance due to disability for specially adapted housing.

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1. How is a determination made that the disabled veteran is permanently and totally disabled as a result of military service and entitled to veterans’ benefits at the 100% rate?
2. What is assistance for specially adapted housing?
3. What does individually unemployable mean?
4. Is there an asset test and/or means test to determine eligibility?