Veteran Employment Programs

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    Taxonomy Code: ND-6500.9200

    Programs that provide resume preparation assistance, career counseling, vocational assessment, job development, job training, job search, job placement and/or other services for unemployed veterans who need assistance re-entering the workforce. Programs for homeless veterans may also provide supportive services such as clothing; access to temporary, transitional and permanent housing; referrals for medical and substance abuse treatment; and transportation assistance. Veteran employment programs may be configured for recently separated veterans, homeless veterans, veterans with service-connected disabilities and other special populations or may be broadly available to veterans in general.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Community Resource and Referral Center for Veterans (Bill Daniels Veteran Service Center) - 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 - Department of Veterans AffairsDepartment of Veterans Affairs Central Office, Washington, DC
    Disabled Veterans' Outreach ProgramDisabled Veterans' Outreach Program (DVOP) specialists develop job and training opportunities for veterans, with special emphasis on veterans with service-connected disabilities. DVOP specialists provide direct services to veterans enabling them to be competitive in the labor market. They provide outreach and offer assistance to disabled and other veterans by promoting community and employer support for employment and training opportunities, including apprenticeship and on the-job-training.Mesa CountyMesa County Workforce CenterMesa County Workforce Center
    Employment Services - Department of Human Services (Weld)Employment Services offers several job-related programs. The Learning Lab provides vocational training and educational assistance to the Weld County Workforce. Participants receive computerized instruction and vocational assessments, GED preparation, remediation, and literacy courses. Also available are beginning, intermediate, and advanced ESL lessons, and computer program tutorials. A Disabled Veterans Outreach Program Specialist is also available who can give assistance in filing claims, obtaining copies of DD214's, and questions about veteran's employee benefits. The on-site Veterans Representative offers employment referrals, and resume and job preparation assistance.Weld CountyEmployment Services of Weld CountyDepartment of Human Services (Weld)
    Veteran Employment Services - Mesa County Workforce CenterThe Mesa County Workforce Center ensures that all eligible veterans are provided with maximum employment and training opportunities, with priority given to disabled veterans and campaign veterans. Veterans who are ready, able, and qualified for jobs in which they are skilled receive assistance with referrals to jobs by Workforce Center Staff. Veteran's preference is given for referrals if the veteran meets the employer's qualifications for the positions listed through the JobLink system. The Veterans staff provides case management for those veterans who have significant barriers to employment. Training dollars for specific targeted groups are provided to assist in developing skills necessary to obtain employment. Various assessment procedures are available to help the veteran determine his or her interests and levels of skill competency. The Veterans staff works closely with the VA Medical Center, the veteran and State Vocational Rehabilitation programs, the DAV, the Mesa County Veterans Service Officer, and various other veterans organizations in facilitating a wide range of assistance to the veteran including, but not limited, to the filing of disability claims, securing discharge papers, and being a general advocate on issues of concern. Mesa CountyMesa County Workforce CenterMesa County Workforce Center
    Veteran Employment - U.S. Department of LaborVeterans' Employment / Training service is part of the Dept of Labor linking employment with service members.El Paso CountyTarget Populations - U.S. Department of LaborU.S. Department of Labor
    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 limited to: - Resume development - Interviewing strategies and coaching - Direct job referrals - Transportation assistance - Equipment/tools purchaseDenver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Veteran Services - Weld County Veterans Service OfficeVeteran Services provides the following free services for. Weld CountyWeld County Veterans Service OfficeDepartment of Human Services (Weld)
    Veteran Support Services (Kitty Dr) - Mountain Resource CenterOffers a wide variety of services for veterans and their families including: - Financial support for rent, mortgage, gas bills, electric bills, pellets and firewood - Gas vouchers (e.g., VA medical appointments, job interviews/trainings, mental health appointments) - Mental health counseling (8 paid sessions) - Employment assistance (e.g., job search, computer skills classes) - Forms assistance and advocacy with VA disability claims - Referrals to other veteran support services for assistance with housing needs, transportation (e.g., mileage reimbursements, car repair needs)Jefferson CountyMountain Resource CenterMountain Resource Center
    Veterans Upward Bound, Mesa County Workforce CenterVeterans Upward Bound opens the door for an advanced education for veterans without a G.E.D. who would like one, or veterans with a high school diploma who would like additional college preparation. A college education unveils new possibilities for exciting careers and life-enhancing avenues for many veterans to access. G.E.D. & College Preparatory Courses Paid G.E.D. Testing V.A. Benefits Certification Referrals to employment, housing,financial referrals, social services,emergency food College Assistance Mesa CountyMesa County Workforce CenterMesa County Workforce Center

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