VA may assist you in receiving vocational rehabilitation, employment services, and education and career counseling to help with job training, employment accommodations, resume development, and job seeking skills coaching.
Once of the services offered through Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment is post-secondary training at a college, vocational, technical, or business school known as the Vocational Rehabilitation Education Program--this benefit is sometimes referred to as Chapter 31.
A veteran may be eligible for Chapter 31 benefits if he/she:
You can find more information about this program on this page or by clicking on the link below:
For Service members: Ill or injured Service members who have not yet received a SCD rating do not need to wait to apply. Service members expecting a discharge that is other than dishonorable who possess a VA memorandum or Integrated Disability Evaluation System (IDES) rating of 20 percent or more—as well as Service members currently going through a Physical Evaluation Board—may be eligible to receive VR&E services.
Withdrawing from the quarter or failing a course can result in an overpayment between the student and the VA.
This overpayment will create a debt that can affect future payments from the VA.