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No, there isn't. VA benefits are for members of the military.
Now, there are some benefits that can extend to spouses, but the circumstances are limited.
First, spouses who were married to a military member for 20 years, their marriage
overlapping 20 years of service, can obtain some benefits in their own right. She wasn't married to him long enough to have those benefits.
Second, there are some benefits that can be paid to a spouse that cared for a military member with service-connect disability. It's called DIC
pay, but here's the problem. That is paid to spouses that care for military members, not former spouses. The moment that she divorced him, and I certainly understand her reasoning for that, but the moment she divorced DIC was taken off the table legally.
I wish I could tell you differently here, but those are the two legal benefits extending to military spouses and she isn't eligible for either.