The Veterans Affairs (VA) Post-9/11 Transition and Case Management program is designed to provide support and assistance to veterans as they transition from military service to civilian life. It aims to ensure a smooth and successful transition by offering comprehensive case management services.

The program focuses specifically on veterans who have served on active duty since September 11, 2001, in the Armed Forces or the National Guard.

The Post-9/11 Transition and Case Management program includes:

  1. Transition Assistance: The program provides transition assistance to help veterans navigate various aspects of civilian life, such as employment, education, housing, healthcare, and financial support.

  2. Case Management: Each veteran enrolled in the program is assigned a case manager who serves as a primary point of contact and provides personalized support.

  3. Comprehensive Assessment: The program conducts a comprehensive assessment of the veteran's needs, strengths, and goals. This assessment helps identify areas where the veteran may require assistance and allows the case manager to tailor the support accordingly.

  4. Referrals and Coordination: The case manager collaborates with various VA departments, government agencies, and community organizations to ensure that veterans receive timely and appropriate support. They may facilitate referrals to services such as healthcare, mental health counseling, vocational rehabilitation, and disability benefits.

  5. Ongoing Support: The program offers ongoing support to veterans even after their initial transition. Case managers maintain regular communication with veterans to monitor their progress, address any emerging needs, and provide continued assistance as necessary.


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Last Reviewed: May 26, 2023