Canada. Service Canada

Site: Windsor - City Hall Square E

Service: Veterans Affairs Canada - Veterans Allowance

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Record #: WIN0541 Last Modified: 24 Apr 2015 Last Full Update: 12 Jan 2015
Contact Information
Toll Free PhoneNational Call Centre  
English: 1-866-522-2122;  
French: 1-866-522-2022  
Collect calls within Canada: 1-705-568-4000  
Outside Canada: 1-888-996-2242
Fax1-519-686-3840
Websitewww.vac-acc.gc.ca
Primary ContactJacinda Gedney, Client Service Team Manager
Description and Service Details
DescriptionAllowances are paid to qualified individuals who meet service eligibility and residency requirements.  
* These individuals, because of age or incapacity, must be unable to fully support themselves. 
* They must have insufficient income for maintenance, as determined by an income test.  
* The allowance is payable to veterans of Canadian, Commonwealth and Allied Forces.  
* An allowance is also payable to specific civilians who served in close support of the Canadian Armed Forces during wartime. 
* In addition, widows, widowers and orphans of these veterans or civilians may qualify. 
 
For more detailed information of Services for Veterans and their Families Click Here
HoursMon-Fri 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Areas ServedChatham-Kent ; Elgin County ; Essex County ; Lambton County ; Windsor
Eligibility* Veterans their widows, widowers and orphans 
* Civilians who served in close support of the Canadian Armed Forces during WWII, their widows, widowers and orphans
ApplicationApplication process required; 
Referral needed through social service agencies, government services, self or family member
LanguagesEnglish ; French
FeesNone
Agency Information
Established1945
Site Information
Located In CommunityWindsor
Address & Map
400 City Hall Sq E, Ste 103
Windsor, ON N9A 7K6
IntersectionUniversity Ave W and Bruce Ave
Bus RoutesTransway 1C
Other Details
Print MaterialBrochures available upon request