Transistion Assistance Program (TAP)
Learn more about transistion assistance opportunities for transiting Servicemembers.
Learn more about extended vocational rehabilitation assistance if you’re a Veteran who is unemployed, looking for work, or in need of training to qualify for a job.
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The Fully Developed Claims program ensures our nation's heroes receive the benefits they deserve through quicker and more accurate decisions.
Prepare for your next mission by accessing services you may have earned under the Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) program and other VA training and career assistance programs. Make your move from military to civilian life a success and get the training you need to thrive in your next career. If you’re an employer, consider hiring our Veterans—they’ve got the strength, character, and skills that you’re looking for.
With Transition Goals, Plans, and Success—Transition GPS—Servicemembers transitioning to civilian life receive career guidance, training, and counseling assistance that promotes success after service.
If you’re a Veteran who’s unemployed, looking for work, or in need of training to qualify for a job, extended assistance may be available.
Unemployed Veterans between the ages of 35 and 60 could retrain for a new career through the Veterans Retraining Assistance Program. Note: VRAP applications are now closed. If you are already approved for VRAP training benefits, you should enroll in a training program.
Employers who hire service-disabled and other Veterans can earn tax credits and other incentives.
Veterans Crisis Line:
1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs | 810 Vermont Avenue, NW Washington DC 20420
Last updated November 20, 2013.