COVID-19 resources for transitioning service members and Veterans
Many of you who are transitioning or have recently transitioned to civilian life may be facing additional challenges during the pandemic. View resources to help you find the answers you need during this time of crisis.
COVID-19 updates for the VA Transition Assistance Program
Questions about transitioning during COVID-19? Learn how to access VA transition services, including remote VA Benefits Advisors, during the pandemic.
The time is now to use your VA benefits.
VA benefits are available now to help you pay for school, buy a home, and more. Learn how to use VA benefits while in uniform.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) wants you to be successful when you transition from military to civilian life. The Office of Transition and Economic Development (TED) supports VA’s mission by helping you and your family navigate VA benefits and services, use partner resources, and get the support you need. We are here to help you achieve and sustain your career goals, find economic success, and maintain your physical and mental well-being throughout your military life cycle.
From when you first join the military to when you start your post-military life, TED is here to help you achieve success anytime, anywhere.
Learn more about TED’s current initiatives to support you, including:
Introducing Transition Talk: Are you a Veteran or service member transitioning from military to civilian life during the COVID-19 pandemic? Learn about issues that matter most to you, from leaders across VA, in our new video series called Military to Civilian Transition Talk. Watch the first video installment on our COVID-19 resources page or go to our YouTube channel.
Veterans Crisis Line:
1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs | 810 Vermont Avenue, NW Washington DC 20420
Last updated May 14, 2020.