What happens after our troops come home?

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The VTN’s mission is to make sure no Canadian Veteran is left suffering in isolation.

We deliver Transition Courses that focus on:


Setting concrete plans for achieving personally meaningful careers.


Reconnecting and building understanding with loved ones.


Understanding its effects and how to deal with Operational Stress.


Learning how to access available services.

Helping Our Vets Find Peace Since 1998

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Watch a group of brave Veterans explain to their children about how military PTSD changed them as individuals and as parents. #MonthOfTheMilitaryChild

Those affected by trauma are the ones who care the most. If you are a Canadian Veteran suffering from PTSD, our Veterans Transition Program can help you rebuild relationships with those closest to you. Getting help demonstrates strength.
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Did you know there are more than 64,000 children of Canadian Armed Forces members? This April is Month of the Military Child. Let's show them our appreciation and give thanks for the sacrifices made by Canadian Military Sons and Daughters!

© All rights reserved. Photo by Leading Seaman Ronnie Kinnie, Formation Imaging Services. Reproduced with the permission of DND/CAF (2016)
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Minister Hehr posted a video announcing the new budgeting for our Veterans. How do you feel about it? Sound off below! ... See MoreSee Less

Good news for Veterans and their families! Today, at the Barrie campus of Georgian College, I had the pleasure of announcing our government’s commitment to the well-being of Veterans and their famil...

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We're thankful for Veterans Transition Network and their efforts to build a strong support network for returning veterans. Thank you for helping with the transition from the military to a productive, ...

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