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Information The Department of Veterans Affairs provides exemplary, client-centered services and benefits that respond to the needs of veterans, our other clients and their families, in recognition of their services to Canada; and to keep the memory of their achievements and sacrifices alive for all Canadians.
Disability Pension Program VAC staff or Royal Canadian Service Officers will order and review your service documents, including medical documents, from DND and Public Archives to find evidence to support your application - including a report of injuries (if applicable).
Health Care Program Veterans Affairs Canada provides treatment and other health-related benefits, Veterans Independence Program benefits and services and long-term care in its one remaining departmental facility, as well as community or contract facilities to veterans and other eligible persons. The Health Care Program is designed to enhance the quality of life of VAC clients, promote independence, and assist in keeping clients at home and in their own communities by providing a continuum of care.
Independence Program The Veterans Independence Program (VIP) assists clients to remain healthy and independent in their own homes or communities. It does this by offering a variety of services to those who meet the eligibility requirements. VIP is not intended to replace other federal, provincial or municipal programs. It is combined with these other available services to best meet the needs of each client. The services veterans receive depend on their particular circumstances and health needs.
Radisson Centre Suite 225, 525-28 Street SE Calgary, Alberta T2A 6W9 Phone: 403-207-3030 Fax: 403-207-3035 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
426-N Centre Block House of Commons Ottawa, Ontario. K1A 0A6 Phone: 613-947-4566 Fax: 613-947-4569 Email: Deepak.email@example.com