I definitely do, and in fact at this point in time the transition interview is mandatory for people who are being released medically and who have to access services or a continuum of services from their service to Veterans Affairs Canada. It is not mandatory for reservists, and many of them just go back into full society and sometimes fall through the cracks. Again, I think if we have programs—and the majority of programs at Veterans Affairs Canada are based on needs—then the only person who can identify needs is the individual himself or his family. So this interview is important.
I would add, Mr. Chair, that the healthy veteran may also need a transition interview, because if you've been in the forces for 35 years and you've never been in civilian society, it's quite an experience. It's quite different.
We also need to look at the psychosocial aspect. People talk about reintegration. If you've never lived in the Canadian civilian context, it's not reintegration, it's integration, and there need to be programs that are actually oriented towards that aspect of it.