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Service Description

Call: 1-800-268-7708 (for the hearing impaired, call 1-800-567-5803) to speak to a mental health professional, or use the online chat to set up an appointment.

Available 24/7 for veterans, former RCMP members, and their families/primary caregivers. 

  • Confidential and free
  • When you call, you will speak to a mental health professional who will ask questions to determine your needs. They will also ask for your location so they can match you up with a local mental health professional for in-person, psychological support
  • You can receive up to 20 hours of confidential support per “issue”. The actual number of hours will vary depending on the nature, severity, and urgency of the problem. If the issue requires longer term support than the program can offer, you will be referred to external resources and supported until those specialized services are available
  • When dealing with grief for the loss of a loved one, bereavement services are available
  • If you would like to receive support from a member of the clergy, pastoral outreach can be provided.


Veterans or former RCMP members and their families or caregivers (do not need to be a client of VAC to receive services).
- Spouses and children up to 21 years old (or up to age 25, if they are full-time students) may access the VAC Assistance Service for any issue they may have.
- Caregivers are also entitled to psychological support for issues related to the care of the Veteran or former RCMP member where the objective would be to better support them. Note: caregiver can include children over age 21 who are not full-time students, extended family members, and friends if they are providing support to a Veteran or former RCMP member



TTY: 1-833-921-0071

Toll-Free: 1-800-268-7708

24/7 VAC Assistance Service Line

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English, French

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