Chapter 31 Vocational Rehabilitation for Disabled Veterans

Chapter 31

Vocational Rehabilitation for Disabled Veterans

VA students who have a service connected disability need to apply through the VA Regional Office in Cleveland. They may request an application from Enrollment Services at LCCC or the Cleveland office. Student must submit to VA medical documentation of their disability and confirmation that it is military connected. Processing a student for VocRehab begins when LCCC has received authorization from the VA regional office.

A student may receive their Montgomery GI Bill while waiting for approval for VocRehab. Students will need to fill out an application form (22-1990).They will be processed under the GI Bill while they wait for approval from VocRehab. If a student has not contributed to the GI Bill and wants to sign up without authorization from VocRehab he/she may do so. The student will be responsible for tuition and books if VocRehab has declined their request.

VA Regional Office
Federal Building-Room 1029
1240 East Ninth Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44199
(216) 522-3535


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