Effective midnight, September 25, 2018, a labour disruption could affect Canada Post services across the country, including the delivery of correspondence and financial benefit cheques from Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC).
If you’re expecting mail from us, we encourage you to register for My VAC Account where you can set up direct deposit and receive certain correspondence online.
You can also set up direct deposit by completing a form and dropping it off to a VAC area office or Service Canada office. Find out more about how to set up direct deposit: http://www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/services/resources/direct-deposit
If you have any questions, please contact us at 1-866-522-2122 (English) or 1-866-522-2022 (French).
Most requested services and information
There is a wide range of mental health services, support and information for Veterans and their families.
Find an office near you. You can get information and help at Veterans Affairs Canada offices, IPSCs, and Service Canada centres.
Find out how to apply for disability benefits, the amounts you might qualify to receive, how decisions are made and answers to other frequently asked questions.
Whether you are a Veteran, still-serving member of the Canadian Armed Forces or the RCMP, or a family member, we have services and benefits just for you.
Get financial support for career services, learn about rehabilitation services, and find out about case management and the transition interview.
Learn about VAC programs that provide financial support throughout your life to help you and your family.
All Veterans Affairs Canada forms are located in one easy to search section. Find the form you need using keywords, numbers or categories.
Find information or apply for programs to help you receive medical coverage, get rehabilitation services, remain independent in your home, or access long term care.
Find current rates and access information about Veterans Affairs Canada's financial support programs.
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