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Veterans Affairs Canada National Survey
Budget 2016 & 1017 initiatives will help us improve benefits and services
Veterans Affairs Canada Benefits and Services
Focusing on Veterans and their Families
My VAC Account
Learn how to register for My VAC Account
Delivering Service Excellence
A Review of Veterans Affairs Canada's Service Delivery Model
Public Service Renewal 2016 Update from Veterans Affairs Canada
Since Confederation, more than 2.3 million Canadians have answered the call of duty to serve our country in uniform to defend freedom, democracy and the rule of law.
Services and Benefits
Services and benefits are available to a highly diverse clientele which reflects the remarkable breadth of Canada’s contributions to world peace.
Veterans Affairs Canada - Serving those who served us - Budget 2016
Did you know?
Veterans and Canadian Armed Forces members with a medical condition or disability, related to service, can apply for disability benefits.
Points of service for Veterans and their families
There are 644 points of service across Canada for Veterans and their families to get help and information on Veterans Affairs Canada services.
Points of service
VAC Assistance Service (24-hour counselling with a Mental Health Professional) 1-800-268-7708
Respect for Reservists
The Earnings Loss Benefit provides eligible Veterans participating in Veterans Affairs Canada’s Rehabilitation Program or who are unable to be gainfully and suitably employed as a result of their service-related injury or illness with 75% of their pre-release salary (up to age 65).
VAC Support for Homeless Veterans
Veterans in crisis may be able to access emergency funds to help buy food, pay for emergency shelter or for other essentials. To access these funds, please contact Veterans Affairs Canada at 1-866-522-2122.
One homeless Veteran is one too many
Do you know someone who served in the Canadian Armed Forces who is homeless or at risk of becoming homeless?
How to help someone who is in crisis
Is someone you know in crisis or thinking about suicide?
Ways to deal with a crisis
Help is available—You are not alone.
90% of VAC budget goes to services
Over 90% of VAC spending goes directly towards programs and services for Veterans and their families.
VAC services, before and after the New Veterans Charter
The New Veterans Charter represents a more complete approach to helping Veterans.
Other government benefits for Veterans
Aside from VAC, many other government departments and agencies offer services and benefits that can assist Veterans.
Who receives services from VAC?
By 2016, it is expected that Canadian Armed Forces Veterans will represent more than two-thirds of the Veterans receiving services from VAC.
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