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    Vocational Rehabilitation

    What is Vocational Rehabilitation? Vocational Rehabilitation is a program of services for service members and veterans with service-connected physical or mental disabilities. Often, these individuals experience limitations in getting and keeping a job as well as in their daily living activities. This program can:
    • Prepare you for a suitable job 
    • Help you get and keep that job 
    • Assist you to become fully productive and independent 

Some of the services and benefits which VA can provide include:

  • Evaluation of your abilities and skills
  • Educational, vocational, and personal counseling
  • Education and training to qualify you for suitable employment
  • Financial assistance while you are training
  • Special help, such as Tutoring assistance, Readers for the visually, and Sign-Language interpreters
  • Medical and dental treatment, to include Prosthetic devices, and other special equipment
  • Employment counseling, career planning, and job placement
  • Assistance to become independent in daily living


    Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area veterans who desire further specific information about qualifying receiving funds for training should contact your local VA Regional Office. 


    If you are a veteran with a service-connected disability, complete and send VA for 28-1900, disabled Veterans Application for Vocational Rehabilitation, or write to the nearest VA Regional Office. If you are a service member awaiting disability discharge, send your application and copies of available medical records to the nearest VA regional office. The surest way to obtain current information on VA benefits and claims procedures, however, is to call the nearest VA regional office. A toll-free call to 1-800-827-1000 from any location in the United States will automatically connect you with the nearest VA regional office.

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