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    Programs that provide assistance for veterans who are having difficulty understanding and/or obtaining the full benefits and services to which they are entitled by law based on service to their country. The programs may help veterans understand the eligibility criteria for benefits, the benefits provided by the program, the payment process and the rights of beneficiaries; provide consultation and advice; help them complete benefits application forms; negotiate on their behalf with U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs staff; and/or represent them in administrative processes or judicial litigation. Included are veteran rights organizations that offer a range of advocacy services as well as legal aid programs that offer more formalized legal assistance.

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    Community Resource and Referral Center for Veterans (Bill Daniels Veteran Service Center) - United States Department of Veterans AffairsThe Community Resource and Referral Center offers access to transitional housing and homeless services, such as laundry, storage, showers, peer support specialists, VA eligibility assistance, VA benefits assistance, social work walk-in clinic, and other rotating services throughout the month.Denver CountyBill Daniels Veteran Service Center - United States Department of Veterans AffairsColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    COVERTOCOVER - Connecting Old Veterans (Especially Rural) to Community Or Veterans Eligible Resources - Aging and Disability Resources of ColoradoCOVERTOCOVER (CTC) creates local resource for many veterans who are not aware of VA benefit options. Veterans have access to information from trusted agencies in their own communities. -Local access point for benefit information (VA, public, private) -Access to personalized benefits counseling in the community where they live -Education about benefits previously unknown to Veterans -Assistance with the application process -Follow-up throughout application processMesa County510 29 1/2 RoadMesa County Aging and Disability Resources of Colorado
    Homeless Veteran Services (Colorado Springs) - Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)Provides outreach, case management, and support accessing community resources and housing vouchers for homeless veterans.El Paso CountyColorado Springs - Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS)
    Information and Referral for Veterans (Lakewood) - Disabled American Veterans Department of ColoradoConnects veterans to Veteran Service Organizations for benefits assistance and Veteran Medical Centers.Jefferson CountyLakewood - Disabled American Veterans Department of ColoradoDisabled American Veterans Department of Colorado
    Medical Appointment Transportation & VA Claims Assistance (Palmer Park Blvd) - Disabled American Veterans Department of ColoradoProvides free transportation to the VA hospital in Denver, as well as assistance to veterans and their dependents in preparation and claims filing for VA benefits. Call to schedule an appointment. Call for an appointment (719) 591-8787. Appointments not made earlier than 9:00 a.m. or after 2:00 p.m. Shuttle operates Monday - Friday except on holidays.El Paso CountyPalmer Park Blvd - Disabled American Veterans Department of ColoradoDisabled American Veterans Department of Colorado
    Prisoners of War Assistance - American Ex-Prisoners of WarPresent legislation to help former prisoners of war obtain benefits; aid in their filing of claims with the Veterans Administration, Medical Research Committee, and VA Voluntary Service; assist in organizing reunions of former POW's.Out of StateTarget Populations - American Ex-Prisoners of WarAmerican Ex-Prisoners of War
    Supportive Services for Veteran Families / (Greeley Office) Volunteers of AmericaProvides support and advocacy for homeless veterans or veterans at risk of homelessness.Weld CountyWeld - Greeley / Volunteers of AmericaVolunteers of America
    Veteran Benefit Assistance (VSO) - Montrose CountyVeteran Services Officer (VSO) works on behalf of the veteran population of Colorado. The VSO is able to connect veterans to VA Health Care, Veteran Compensation, spouse and widow's benefits, as well as education, burial, and pension programs housed within the branches of the VA. Montrose County317 S. 2nd StreetColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Benefit Assistance (VSO) - Montrose CountyVeteran Services Officer (VSO) works on behalf of the veteran population of veterans in the sate of Colorado. The VSO is able to connect veterans to VA Health Care, Veteran Compensation, spouse and widow's benefits, as well as education, burial, and pension programs housed within the branches of the VA. Montrose County845 Townsend, Montrose - Veteran Services Office for Ouray CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Benefits Assistance - Larimer County Veterans ServicesProvides former military members and their families with information regarding their rights and available benefits. Veterans benefits are not granted automatically. Benefits must be applied for, and service providers will help navigate the laws and regulations determining entitlement. Benefits may include: - Disability compensation - Pensions - Vocational rehabilitation - Educational benefits - Home loans - Burial benefits Larimer CountyLarimer County Veterans ServicesLarimer County Veterans Services
    Veteran Reintegration Program - People HouseThe Veteran Reintegration Program promotes wellness in returning Veterans and their families by offering Veteran mentoring with a facilitator-trained Veteran. Mentors advocate for clients to help find benefits, needed services, answers to questions, and other resources in the community.Denver CountyPeople HousePeople House
    Veterans' Assistance (Carr St) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersAssists Veterans and their dependents in obtaining the entitlements they deserve. Services include the following: - Forms preparation for disability claims - Widow's claims - Pensions - Referrals for employment, resume writing, interview skills - Utility assistance (gas, water, electric, sewer, trash bill); funds cannot exceed $500. Individuals do not need to have applied for LEAP and they do not need to have a disconnect notice. Jefferson CountyCarr St - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersVeterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado Headquarters
    Veterans Assistance - Paralyzed Veterans of AmericaAssists veterans, dependents and survivors to secure benefits and health care through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Focus is on veterans with diagnosis such as: - Spinal cord dysfunction such as spinal cord injuries (SCI) - Multiple Sclerosis (MS) - Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) Veterans with other diagnosis that has caused paralysis may qualify for assistance.Jefferson CountyParalyzed Veterans of America National Service OfficeParalyzed Veterans of America National Service Office
    Veterans Assistance - Routt County Veterans AffairsAssists veterans of armed services and their families with benefits and resources by providing transportation for veterans to medical appointments in Grand Junction and Denver, providing assistance applying for VA benefits and compensation, and providing temporary financial assistance to Veterans and active military.Routt CountyRoutt County Veterans AffairsRoutt County Veterans Affairs
    Veterans Benefits Administration at Mt. Carmel - Mt. Carmel Center of ExcellenceThe Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) partnership at Mt. Carmel provides assistance with filing disability claims, checking the status of claims, gathering information on non-service connected pensions, and answering general VA disability questions.El Paso CountyMt. Carmel Center of ExcellenceMt. Carmel Center of Excellence
    Veterans' Benefits (Denver Regional Office) - United States Department of Veterans AffairsAssists veterans, dependents, and survivors with the following benefits: - education - home loans - disability/death pension and compensation - vocational rehabilitation - life insurance - healthcare eligibilityJefferson CountyDenver Regional Office - United States Department of Veterans AffairsColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veterans' Benefits (Van Gordon St) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersServes as the State Veterans Service Office, which assists veterans and dependents in filing claims for V.A. Benefits. Services include: - Compensation for Veterans and Survivors of Veterans - Education and Training - Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment - PensionsJefferson CountyVan Gordon St - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersVeterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado Headquarters
    Veteran Service Officer at Mt. Carmel - Mt. Carmel Center of ExcellenceThe Veteran Service Officer located at Mt. Carmel assists veterans and dependents in applying for benefits and navigating the many federal, state, and local resources that may be available to them.El Paso CountyMt. Carmel Center of ExcellenceMt. Carmel Center of Excellence
    Veteran Service Officer - Eagle County Department of Human ServicesProvides advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status. VSO located at the Eagle Office but available by phone from Avon and El Jebel locations. Eagle County551 BroadwayEagle County Department of Human Services
    Veteran Services (3500 Illinois St) - Jefferson County Human ServicesAssists Jefferson County residents who served in the United States armed forces to obtain VA (Veterans Administration) benefits for which they may be eligible. Provides assistance to Veterans and Veterans' dependents in filing for service connected compensation, pension, health care, burial, widow's survival benefits, and education.Jefferson County3500 Illinois St - Jefferson County Human ServicesJefferson County Human Services
    Veteran Services - Denver Human Services (DHS)Assists Veterans and surviving dependents with their applications for federal VA benefits, including but not limited to: - VA Services - Compensation for Service-Connected Disabilities - Pension - Aid and Attendance - Dependent benefits - Survival benefits - Burial benefits for Veterans of Active Duty, Reserves, National Guard, and family members Provides assessments and referrals to partner agencies to meet a wide array of service needs, including but not limited to: - Shelter - Housing - Food banks - Education and training - Legal services - Public benefits - Rental/deposit assistance - Counseling/mental health services Also provides employment development services, including but not limitedDenver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Veteran Services - Housing and Human Services Pueblo CountyProvides veterans and their dependents a range of services to which they are entitled by law. Such services shall include, but are not limited to: -Disability claims -Pensions -Death and educational benefits -Medical assistance -Support and advocacy on behalf of veterans on issues affecting them and their dependents. The office is not a part of the Department of Veterans Affairs, which is a Federal Government Agency, but serves as a liaison between the claimant and the VA.Pueblo CountyHousing and Human Services Pueblo CountyHousing and Human Services Pueblo County
    Veteran Services (Main Office) - Broomfield Health and Human Services DepartmentAssists residents who served in the US Military. The Veteran’s Services Officer (CVSO) may assist with claims for services-connected compensation, pension, burial benefits, medical treatment, GI Bill, and Veterans residences or nursing homes. These claims are filed with the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA); also referred to as the VA. The CVSO may also assist a surviving spouse or other individual with any entitled benefit based on the veteran’s service.Broomfield CountyMain Office - Broomfield Health and Human Services DepartmentBroomfield Health and Human Services Department
    Veteran Services Office - Archuleta CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status.Archuleta County451 Hot Springs Blvd., Pagosa Springs - Veteran Services Office for Archuleta CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - Delta CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status.Delta County501 Palmer Street, Delta - Veteran Services Office for Delta CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - Dolores CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status. Also offers transportation for veterans to their appointment.Dolores County214 US 491, Dove Creek - Veteran Services Office for Dolores CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - Eagle CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status.Eagle County551 Broadway, Eagle - Veteran Services Office for Eagle CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - Garfield CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status.Garfield County195 14th Street, Rifle - Veteran Services Office for Garfield CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - Gunnison CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status.Gunnison County225 N. Pine Street, Gunnison - Veteran Services Office for Gunnison CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - Hinsdale CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status.Hinsdale County700 Henson Street, Lake City - Veteran Services Office for Hinsdale CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - Lake CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status.Lake County901 S Hwy 24, Leadville - Veteran Services Office for Lake CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - La Plata CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status.La Plata County1970 E. 3rd Avenue, Durango - Veteran Services Office for La Plata CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - Mesa CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status.Mesa County512 29 1/2 Rd., Grand junction - Veteran Services Office for Mesa CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - Montezuma CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status. Rick Torres 970-564-2779 rtorres@co.montezuma.co.us Sarah Kuhn 970-565-7155 skuhn@co.montezuma.co.us John Johnson 970-565-7155 jjohnson@co.montezuma.co.usMontezuma County107 N. Chestnut, Cortez - Veteran Services Office for Montezuma CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office (Ouray County) - Colorado Division of Veteran AffairsOffers advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status. Rick Torres 970-564-2779 rtorres@co.montezuma.co.us Sarah Kuhn 970-565-7155 skuhn@co.montezuma.co.us John Johnson 970-565-7155 jjohnson@co.montezuma.co.usOuray County845 Townsend, Montrose - Veteran Services Office for Ouray CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - Pitkin CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status.Pitkin County0405 Castle Creek Drive, Aspen - Veteran Services Office for Pitkin CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - San Juan CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status. San Juan County953 Snowden Street, Silverton - Veteran Services Office for San Juan CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran Services Office - San Miguel CountyWe offer advocacy to Colorado Veterans, family members and survivors in securing benefits they maybe entitled to through their military service. State Programs and Services: - Benefits Representation - Community Outreach and Advocacy - Incarcerated Veterans and Homeless Veterans Initiatives - Colorado States Veterans Cemetery - Veterans Employment Preference and Benefit Letters - Women Veterans Programs - Operation Recognition - Colorado State and Veterans Nursing Homes - DD214 and Medals Request Please note: some benefits depend on residency, military component, type of discharge and Veteran disability status. San Miguel CountyVeteran Services Office for San Miguel CountyColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran's Housing & Support Services (Durango Office) - Volunteers of America Southwest ColoradoProvides support and advocacy for homeless veterans or veterans at risk of homelessness. Services include but are not limited to: - Case-management services - Permanent emeregency housing - Assistance in obtaining benefits - Emergency financial resources - Finding other housing options - Help resolve landlord/tenant and tenant's rights issues Initial interviews to determine client needs can be done over the phone or in person either at the main office or the client's home if applicable. La Plata County1055 Avenida Del SolVolunteers of America
    Veteran's Housing & Support Services (Grand Junction Office) - Volunteers of AmericaProvides support and advocacy for homeless veterans or veterans at risk of homelessness. Services include but are not limited to: - Case-management services - Permanent emeregency housing - Assistance in obtaining benefits - Emergency financial resources - Finding other housing options - Help resolve landlord/tenant and tenant's rights issues Located in the Center for Independence building. Mesa County740 Gunnison AvenueVolunteers of America
    Veterans Service Office - Arapahoe County Veterans Service OfficeProvides information and assistance in obtaining V.A. benefits for Arapahoe County Veterans, their survivors and dependents. Also provides information for educational and vocational benefits, as well as phone numbers for job information and home loans.Arapahoe CountyArapahoe County Veterans Service OfficeColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran's Services - Alamosa CountyThe primary function of this office is to provide personalized local service to veterans and other claimants around benefits and benefit issues.Alamosa CountyVeteran's Services - Alamosa CountyAlamosa County
    Veteran's Services (Bailey) - Park CountyThe primary function of this office is to provide personalized local service to veterans and other claimants around benefits and benefit issues.Park CountyVeteran's Services (Bailey) - Park CountyPark County
    Veterans' Services (Boulder) - Boulder County Veterans Service OfficeOffers application assistance to veterans and their dependents for veteran's benefits, including: - Disability compensation - Pension - Education - Home loans - Health insurance - Widow's pension - Burial benefits - Nursing home placement - Records requests - Discharge upgradesBoulder CountyBoulder Office - Boulder County Veterans Service OfficeBoulder County Veterans Service Office
    Veteran's Services (Championship View) - El Paso CountyThe primary function of this office is to provide personalized local service to veterans and other claimants around benefits and benefit issues.El Paso CountyChampionship View - El Paso CountyEl Paso County
    Veteran's Services - Cheyenne CountyThe primary function of this office is to provide personalized local service to veterans and other claimants around benefits and benefit issues.Cheyenne CountyVeteran's Services - Cheyenne CountyCheyenne County
    Veterans' Services - Colorado Division of Veteran AffairsProvides information and assistance with obtaining benefits for veterans and their survivors/dependents in Colorado. Works in conjunction with County Veteran Service Officers.Denver CountyColorado Division of Veteran AffairsColorado Division of Veteran Affairs
    Veteran's Services - Conejos CountyThe primary function of this office is to provide personalized local service to veterans and other claimants around benefits and benefit issues.Conejos CountyVeteran's Services - Conejos CountyConejos County
    Veterans Services (Fairplay) - Park CountyThe primary function of this office is to provide personalized local service to veterans and other claimants around benefits and benefit issues.Park CountyVeterans Services (Fairplay) - Park CountyPark County
    Veteran's Services / Logan County GovernmentJohn Haynie, Veteran’s Services Officer flag Mailing Address: 315 Main Street Sterling, CO 80751 (970) 520-5876 Call between 9 a.m - 5 p.m . (970) 522-4018 FAX E-mail: hayniej@logancountyco.gov Ofice Hours: Wednesday afternoons 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. or by appointment. I am available to meet with Veterans at their homes or at any location needed. A Veteran military identifier may be added to your driver's license or ID card. Click on the link. Military License Plates available in the State of Colorado. Veteran's Service Records Request military records and learn about services for yourself or a family member: archives.gov U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs website: va.govLogan CountyLogan County GovernmentLogan County Government
    Veterans' Services (Longmont) - Boulder County Veterans Service OfficeOffers application assistance to veterans and their dependents for veteran's benefits, including: - Disability compensation - Pension - Education - Home loans - Health insurance - Widow's pension - Burial benefits - Nursing home placement - Records requests - Discharge upgradesBoulder CountyLongmont Office - Boulder County Veterans Service OfficeBoulder County Veterans Service Office
    Veterans Services - Moffat County Veterans Service OfficeAssists veterans of armed services and their families with benefits and resources. Also coordinates transportation with the VA hospital in Grand Junction for free. One to two weeks advanced notice is preferred for medical transportation.Moffat CountyMoffat County Veterans Service OfficeMoffat County Veterans Service Office
    Veteran's Services (Research Dr) - Teller CountyThe primary function of this office is to provide personalized local service to veterans and other claimants around benefits and benefit issues.Teller CountyResearch Dr - Teller CountyTeller County
    Veteran's Services (Saguache) - Saguache CountyThe primary function of this office is to provide personalized local service to veterans and other claimants around benefits and benefit issues.Saguache CountyVeteran's Services (Saguache) - Saguache CountySaguache County
    Veteran's Services (Salida) - Chaffee CountyThe primary function of this office is to provide personalized local service to veterans and other claimants around benefits and benefit issues.Chaffee CountyVeteran's Services (Salida) - Chaffee CountyChaffee County
    Veteran's Services - Teller Senior CoalitionThe primary function of this office is to provide personalized local service to veterans and other claimants around benefits and benefit issues.Teller CountyTeller Senior CoalitionTeller Senior Coalition
    Veterans Services / The Veterans AllianceTo Serve the Unmet Needs of at Risk Veterans and Their Families by Fellow Veterans and Their Families and Friends in Northern CO. The Veterans Alliance (NoCoVets) through joint ventures and its own programs focuses on Disabled Veterans Health, Well - Being, Lifestyle, Economics and Veteran Support Systems. Weld CountyThe Veterans AllianceThe Veterans Alliance
    Veterans Services (Workforce Center) - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesAssists with the following requests, as well as other questions: - Copies of military discharges - Home loan eligibility information - Service-connected compensation - Veterans Administration healthcare benefitsSummit CountyWorkforce Center - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesSummit County Department of Health and Human Services
    Veterans Service / Weld County Department of Human ServicesService Branch Emblems: The Weld County Veterans Service Office assists Weld County residents who served in the U.S. Armed Forces and their dependents to obtain any and all VA benefits for which they may be eligible.Weld CountyVeterans Service Office / Weld County Department of Human ServicesWeld County
    Veteran Support Services - Custer County Veterans Service OfficeAssists US military Veterans with Veteran's Administration issues, and integration back into the civilian community.Custer CountyCuster County Veterans Service OfficeCuster County Veterans Service Office
    Veteran Support Services - Veterans Services Office of Grand CountyServes as a clearing house for information about Veteran benefits and resources. The Veteran Services Officer will assist the Veteran with: - Completing applications and paperwork for their benefits - Assisting with VA health benefits - Information about VA compensation and Pension - Providing advocacy for Veterans who are having problems with their benefits. - Acting as an Ombudsman between the Veteran and the VA. These services can also be provided to the Veteran's widow and in some cases their children.Grand CountyVeterans Services Office of Grand CountyVeterans Services Office of Grand County
    VFW Post 101 (Colorado Springs) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersAssists Veterans and their dependents in obtaining entitlements.El Paso CountyVFW Post 101 (Colorado Springs) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersVeterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado Headquarters
    VFW Post 3917 (Colorado Springs) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersAssists Veterans and their dependents in obtaining entitlements.El Paso CountyVFW Post 3917 (Colorado Springs) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersVeterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado Headquarters
    VFW Post 4051 (Colorado Springs) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersAssists Veterans and their dependents in obtaining entitlements.El Paso CountyVFW Post 4051 (Colorado Springs) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersVeterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado Headquarters
    VFW Post 6461 (Fountain) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersAssists Veterans and their dependents in obtaining entitlements.El Paso CountyVFW Post 6461 (Fountain) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersVeterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado Headquarters
    VFW Post 7829 (Monument) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersAssists Veterans and their dependents in obtaining entitlements.El Paso CountyVFW Post 7829 (Monument) - Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado HeadquartersVeterans of Foreign Wars Department of Colorado Headquarters

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