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Service Description

Helps Canadian Forces Veterans who have a barrier to re-establishment which is a health issue (temporary or permanent) related to their service that fully prevents full participation at work, home, or in the community. 

  • Depending on individual circumstances and needs, services may include treatment and therapies to overcome or cope with a service-related illness or injury.

Rehabilitation needs are assessed and individualized plans are developed. Plans my include:

  • Medical Rehabilitation – services to improve health to the fullest extent
  • Psychosocial Rehabilitation – health services to help regain independence
  • Vocational Rehabilitation – identify the training or skills development needed to start a new career; if your health does not allow the individual to take part in vocactional rehabilitation, this part can be transferred to their spouse.


You should apply for rehabilitation services if you:
- Served in the Canadian Armed Forces, and
- Have a barrier to re-establishment which is a health issue (temporary or permanent) related to your service that prevents your full participation at work or home or in the community.

Application Process

- Apply online (My VAC Account)
- Download the application form and drop it off at a VAC office or CAF Transition centre or mail it to the address listed on the form
- Call 1-866-522-2122 for assistance.



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