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VA Vocational Rehabilitation

Colorado State Summary of VA Programs & Services - Fact sheet that describes the full range of VA programs, benefits and services available to veterans and their families in Colorado.  Resources include information on homeloan benefits, education benefits, education benefits, health care facilitites, counseling centers and vocation rehabilitation.  Download the VA's Colorado fact sheet.


Disabled Veterans Application for Vocational Rehabilitation - VA form to apply for vocational rehabilitation to be submitted to the nearest VA office.


The American Veterans & Servicemembers Survival Guide - Provides invaluable information on how to navigate the bureaucracy of benefits and programs available to active military, National Guard, Reservists, veterans and their family members. This free 599-page guide covers issues from educational help to vocational rehabilitation, from housing to citizenship.


VA Benefits - Fact Sheet - Provides information on VA compensation, pension, health care, vocational rehabilitation, employment, education, training, home loans and insurance benefits.


VA Coming Home to Work Initiative - Program makes civilian work experience available to eligible service members pending medical separation from active duty at major Military Treatment Facilities. Participants work with a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor to obtain unpaid work experience in a government facility.


VA Compensated Work Therapy (CWT) - Program matches work ready veterans with competitive jobs. Includes transitional work experience, supported employment and follow-up services.


VA Disabled Transition Assistance Program (DTAP) - Presentation about the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) program. Visit the VR&E Web site here.


VA Form 28-8832 - Application form for free vocational and educational counseling (school or job training) services from the VA.


VA's Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment (VR&E) Program - Information about the Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) program for veterans with service-connected employment disabilities, including vocational educational counseling available to service members still on active duty, as well as veterans and dependents who are eligible for one of VA's educational benefit programs. Also links to job banks and information on how to start a small business.


VetSuccess - Explains the five tracks to meaningful employment available through the VA's Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment (VR&E) program. The five tracks include reemployment, rapid access to employment, self-employment, independent living services and employment through long-term services.


Veterans On Line Applications (VONAPP) Web Site - Allows service members and veterans to apply for VA benefits online, including compensation, pension, vocational rehabilitation and education.


Vocational Educational Counseling - Free vocational and educational counseling services to service members still on active duty, as well as veterans and dependents who are eligible for one of VA's educational benefit programs. Includes Downloadable form for vocational and educational counseling.


Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment (VR&E) Service - Provides an overview of VR&E services for veterans who have a service-connected disability.


Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Program (VR&E) - Help veterans who have service-connected employment disabilities become employed, keep a job and achieve independence in daily living.


VA Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment


The Department of Veterans Affair's Veterans Benefits Administration's Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E) service is vested with delivering timely, effective vocational rehabilitation services to veterans with service-connected disabilities. Enabling our injured soldiers, sailors, airmen, and other veterans with disabilities for a seamless transition from military service to a successful rehabilitation and on to suitable employment after service to our Nation. For some severely disabled veterans, this success will be to live independently, achieving the highest quality of life possible with a realized hope for employment given future advances in medical science and technology. The Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment service strives to exceed the service delivery expectations of veterans and their families.