VR&E support-and-services tracks
If you’re a Veteran or service member with a service-connected disability that impacts your ability to work, the Veteran Readiness and Employment program (formerly called Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment) may be able to help. We offer 5 support-and-services tracks to help you get education or training, find and keep a job, and live as independently as possible. Explore the different tracks—and find out how to apply for benefits and services.
If you’re a Veteran with a service-connected disability, the Reemployment track can help you return to your former job and support your employer in meeting your needs.
Rapid Access to Employment track
If you want to find a job or career that uses your existing skill set, the Rapid Access to Employment track can help you with your job search.
If you’re a service member or Veteran with a service-connected disability and employment barrier, the Self-Employment track can help you start your own business.
Employment Through Long-Term Services track
If you have a service-connected disability and employment barrier, we can help you get the education or training you need to find work in a different field.
Independent Living track
If you can’t return to work right away, you may qualify for services that can help you live as independently as possible.