This is the kind of service you rarely come by- it really makes a huge impact when you are going through loss. Allyse was super- so communicative and reassuring during every step in the process. She has a calm and peace about her that just gives you a sense of comfort. We are grateful for every way that Neptune made this process easier to get through. We have seen the worth of having a plan in place for our families and more than that, having people and a place of worth that will be sincere and compassionate in the worst of times. Thank you Allyse for your true customer care throughout, your calls and communication about everything were truly appreciated. Because of you, Neptune has already been recommended to those around us!
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What every veteran should know about cremation benefits
United States veterans are entitled to be buried or have their ashes interred in any National Cemetery that has available space at no charge. Currently, the Veterans Administration operates 125 national cemeteries, of which 65 are open for new casketed interments, and 21 are open to accept cremated remains only. Burial options are limited to those available at a specific cemetery but may include an in-ground casket or interment of cremated remains in a columbarium, the ground, or a scatter garden. The government runs these programs and benefits may change at any time.
Neptune Society helps plan your veteran cremation
Neptune Society’s dedicated family services representatives are trained to answer your questions about veteran cremation and help you navigate benefits eligibility and planning. Make your first call to Neptune Society for information on both cremation and veteran funeral benefits.
Ask our Family Services Representatives for more information on veterans cremation benefits.
Through the Veterans Administration, veterans may also be eligible for the following benefits:
- $300 reimbursement towards your cremation service
- Free headstones or markers in granite, marble or bronze
- Presidential Memorial Certificates
To get more information directly from the Veterans Administration, we recommend the following online resources:
Also visit Our FAQ Cremation Video Library