|Minister of Social Affairs and Health|
24 May 2010 – 22 June 2011
|Prime Minister||Matti Vanhanen|
|Preceded by||Liisa Hyssälä|
|Succeeded by||Paula Risikko|
|Minister of Family Affairs and Social Services|
29 May 2015 – 10 July 2017
|Prime Minister||Juha Sipilä|
|Preceded by||Susanna Huovinen|
|Succeeded by||Annika Saarikko|
|Born||3 June 1963|
|Political party||Centre Party|
Juha Tapani Rehula (born 3 June 1963 in Hollola, Finland) is a Finnish politician and the vice chairman of the Finnish Centre Party. Rehula worked as the Minister of Social Affairs and Health in Finland between 2010–2011 and Minister of Family Affairs and Social Services 2015–2017. He was a member of the Finnish Parliament from 1996 until 2019.
As a minister of Family Affairs and Social Services, Rehula was one of the three key ministers in the area of social policy and income. The project of negative income tax was shared with Rehula, Minister of Social Affairs and Health Hanna Mäntylä, and Minister of Justice and Labour Jari Lindström.
- "MPs: Juha Rehula". Parliament of Finland. Retrieved 17 April 2019.
- "Juha Rehula putosi eduskunnasta 22 vuoden jälkeen: "Kyllä tämä tietysti yllätys oli"". Ilta-Sanomat. 15 April 2019. Retrieved 17 April 2019.