helping valley residents live comfortably & safely at home for over 25 years.
A top choice for veterans
Careforce has always been proud to provide professional home care for veterans across the Annapolis Valley. Serving veterans and their families constantly reminds us of the tremendous contributions they have made – and continue to make – to our communities. It is our privelige to serve you.
Careforce is an approved service provider for Veterans Affairs Canada. And after serving veterans for 25 years, we have learned a great deal about different programs, services, and contacts that are important to our veterans. The following are a few of the important ones
Veterans Affairs Canada
Veterans Affairs Canada: Veterans Affairs Canada is the federal government’s hub for all things veteran-related. You can find VAC by clicking here.
Veterans Independence Program
Veterans Independence Program: the Veterans Independence Program (VIP, for short), helps veterans remain independent and self-sufficient in their homes and communities. To find out if you might qualify for benefits, visit the VIP information page.
Royal Canadian Legion
Royal Canadian Legion, Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command: with a misson to ‘provide service to our veterans and community while keeping Remembrance and our serving military in the forefront’, the Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command of the Royal Canadian Legion has a number of programs and resources to help you. Find them by clicking here.
VAC on YouTube
YouTube – Veterans Affairs Canada: VAC has gone viral. Discover a number of videos supporting our veterans by clicking here.
Bill of Rights
Veterans Bill of Rights: did you know there is a special bill of rights specifically for veterans? Now you do. Click here to read it.
Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr: if you would like to contact Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr to discuss your questions or concerns, click here.
As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.