Deployment Support

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Dogs on Deployment
619-800-3631
info@dogsondeployment.org
www.dogsondeployment.org
Dogs On Deployment is a 501(c)(3) national non-profit which provides an online network for Service Members to search for volunteers who are willing to board their pets during their owner’s service commitments. Dogs on Deploymnet promotes responsible, life-long pet ownership by military pet owners by advocating for military pet owner rights, providing educational resources, and granting financial assistance for military pet owners during times of emergency.
Eligibility: Military member in need of assistance with pet concerns. 


G.I. Vehicle Exchange
719-453-0274
www.giveheicleexchange.com
Facebook: G.I. Vehicle Exchange
G.I. Vehicle Exchange mobilizes parked cars and pays deployed military every month. Vehicles are rented through the Turo, an international car sharing marketplace. G.I. handles all of the communication and logistics, renting only to approved drivers within the Turo community. Between each rental, the vehicle is cleaned, inside and out. Thorough inspections are performed between each rental as well. The G.I. system tracks and schedules your vehicle for maintenance and repairs to ensure the vehicle is kept in excellent condition. Every time the vehicle is rented, it’s covered by $1 million in liablity insurance and is also protected against physical damage. All funds are directly deposited into the Service Members account.
Eligibility: Service Members whose vehicle is a 2010 or newer model with less than 100K miles.

Education

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Better Business Bureau
Denver metro:
303-758-2100
info@denver.bbb.org
3801 E Florida Ave #350 Denver, CO 80210

Southern Colorado:
719-636-1155
info@bbbsc.org
www.bbsc.org
25 N Wahsatch Ave #100, CO Springs, CO 80903

Northern Colorado/Wyoming:
970-488-1348
info@wynco.bbb.org
8020 S County Road 5 #100, Fort Collins, CO 80528

Main Website: www.bbb.org
BBB’s mission is to be the leader in advancing marketplace trust. BBB is a nonprofit, business-supported organization that sets and upholds high standards for fair and honest business behavior. All BBB services to consumers are free of charge. BBB provides objective advice, free BBB Business Profiles on more than 5.3 million businesses, 11,000 Charity Reviews, dispute resolution services, alerts, and educational information on topics affecting marketplace trust. We do this by setting standards for marketplace trust, encouraging and supporting best practices by engaging and educating consumers and businesses, celebrating marketplace role models, and calling out and addressing sub-standard marketplace behaviors.
Eligibility: All consumers


Colorado Humanities & Center for the Book
303-894-7951
info@coloradohumanities.org
www.coloradohumanities.org
7935 E. Prentice Ave Suite 450
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM
The Colorado Center for the Book is an affiliate of the Library of Congress Center for the Book. As a department of Colorado Humanities, its mission is to encourage a love of reading among people of all ages through diverse cultural activities. Colorado Humanities inspires the people of Colorado to explore ideas and appreciate our diverse cultural heritage. Passing on the knowledge of the past, the inspiration of the present, and the hope for the future, we envision a Colorado that celebrates its heritage and its diversity; that reads, embraces cultural activities, participates in critical discussions, and listens, teaches, and learns; where communities, families, individuals, and especially our youth, apply the humanities in their everyday lives. Colorado Humanities strives to bring the humanities to life in Colorado.


Colorado Department of Law- Consumer Protection Section
720-508-6006
stopfraud@coag.gov
www.stopfraudcolorado.gov
1300 Broadway, 7th Floor
Denver, CO 80203
The Colorado Attorney General is dedicated to protecting Colorado consumers and businesses against fraud by upholding the various laws designed to maintain a fair and competitive business environment while protecting consumers from being targets of fraud. Whether scammers are attempting to concot elaborate investment schemes, to bait and switch advertising, or to lender and elderly fraud, the various Criminal and Civil Units within the office are devoted to keeping Coloradans safe.
Eligibility: All consumers


The Center for Relationship Education
720-488-8888
info@myrelationshipcenter.org
www.myrelationshipcenter.org
8101 East Belleview, Unit G
Denver, CO 80237
The Center for Relationship Education’s exists to equip individuals of all ages with the healthy relationship development skills necessary to be in positive relationships with their friends, family, co-workers, and romantic partners
Eligibility: Active duty Military, Veterans, National Guard and Reservists are all eligible to receive no-cost services from The Center for Relationship Education.


Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center
719-667-3803
sbdc@elpasoco.com
www.pikespeaksbdc.org
559 East Pikes Peak Avenue Suite 101
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
The Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center offers free business consulting, practical training, and business resources that maximize the economic potential of entrepreneurs within the Pikes Peak region. Our mission is to help existing and new businesses grow and prosper. Our goal at the Pikes Peak SBDC is to help emerging and existing entrepreneurs gain control of their business operations. Let us help you maximize your business potential.
Eligibility: Any entrepreneurs, aspiring small business owners, and existing business owners. Veterans, Active Duty, Separated, and Retired individuals would would eligible to meet with our Lead Veterans Program consultant and take part in additional veterans only educational events.


SCLHealth Lutheran Hospice
303-425-8000
www.sclhealth.org/locations/lutheran-hospice/services/hospice
3210 Lutheran Parkway
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Lutheran Hospice is a community hospice located in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. We accept most insurances for pallative care and hospice services and have a current contract with the VA to provide Veteran-centric hospice care. We offer inpatient, home care, and other community level support of patients in hospice care.
Eligibility: N/A


Task Force: ISO
605-759-5104
www.taskforceiso.org
670 E 20th Ave, Unit 4611
Denver, CO 80205
Task Force: ISO empowers Veterans to see the world through a different lens using positive imagery and the art of photography.
Eligibility: Veterans of all eras and spouses, significant others or caretakers are encouraged participate with the Veteran.


Veterans Services-Colorado Mesa University
970-248-1739
veterans@coloradomesa.edu
www.coloradomesa.edu/veterans
1100 North Avenue
Grand Junction, CO 81506
Colorado Mesa University proudly complies with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Principles of Excellence and is committed to supporting those who have served our country. Veterans and their eligible dependents can count on CMU for the current information they need to receive education benefits through the VA.
Eligibility: Interested in attending or are attending college.


VA Rocky Mountain MIRECC for Suicide Prevention
RockyMountainMIRECC@va.gov
www.mirecc.va.gov/visn19
1700 N Wheeling St.
Aurora, CO 80045
The mission of the Rocky Mountain MIRECC is to study suicide with the goal of reducing suicidal ideation and behaviors in the Veteran population. The work of the Rocky Mountain MIRECC is focused on: promising clinical interventions, the cognitive and neurobiological underpinnings of suicidal thoughts, and behaviors that may lead to innovative prevention strategies. The vision of the Rocky Mountain MIRECC is: Veterans, their families, and the VHA will have increased information and options to make health decisions aimed at decreasing suicide risk.
Eligibility: Variable – depends on research study


Health Net Federal Services
719-272-2131
www.tricare-west.com
Educate beneficiaries on their TRICARE benefits as well as educate Provider’s on how to properly submit authorizations and referrals through Health Net Federal Services.
Eligibility: Beneficiary must be eligible for TRICARE benefits.


Valor Bridge
720-334-9361
info@valorbridge.com
www.valorbridge.com
Valor Bridge desires to honor Veterans of war through a continuous program of education, community, and mentorship that develops carefully selected individuals into long-lasting, impactful, and significant leaders in the private sector.
Eligibility: Transitioning Veterans

Emergency Support

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American Red Cross – Service to the Armed Forces
877-272-7337
www.redcross.org/local/colorado
444 Sherman St.
Denver, CO 80203
The American Red Cross provides critical services with a caring touch to men and women in all branches of the United States military, Active Duty personnel, Reservists, and members of the National Guard, and their families.
Eligibility: Military (Active Duty, Reserve, National Guard),     Veterans, Retirees, Family Members.


CONG SHARP/SAPR
720-250-1561
12200 East Briarwood Ave #240
Centennial, CO 80112
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
Eligibility: Guardsmen, Technician, Spouse, Dependents over 18


The Home Front Cares
719-434-1501
www.thehomefrontcares.org

Denver Office
1624 Market St Ste 202-105
Denver, CO 80202


Colorado Springs Office
1120 North Circle Drive #230
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
The Home Front Cares provides emergency grants to pay essential life expenses like rent, utilities and car repairs. They serve all of Colorado, and have strong partnerships throughout the state with other non-profit and referral agencies, Military installations, the VA and other Veteran service organizations. Our case workers provide referral services to many of these agencies, ensuring our clients receive financial, family and emotional counseling and services, even when they do not qualify for our financial support.
Eligibility: Veteran must reside in CO, have at least 2 years of service. Honorable, General or Medical Discharge. Verifiable financial plan moving forward.


Wish for our Heroes- Rocky Mountain Chapter
www.wishforourheroes.org
A volunteer, nationwide, 501(c)(3), CFC non-profit dedicated to helping Military Families in times of need and hardship by granting wishes. W4OH has only one paid employee – every other team member is a volunteer, keeping our efficiency rating at 96%.
Eligibility: Military Families in times of hardship (some grants available for Veterans).

Employment

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Army Reserve Readiness
303-365-3178
www.usar.army.mil/p3
13137 E 23rd Ave
Aurora, CO 80045
Job Assistance for Army Reserve, Spouses, and Veterans to include resume review, interviewing techniques, and placement assistance.
Eligibility: Army Reserve Soldier, Veteran, or spouse of the Solider or Veteran


Citizen Soldier for Life
720-998-7553
ejohnson@patriotenterprisesllc.com
The Citizen Soldier for Life program prepares and connects Service Members with financial and employment services in an effort to enhance readiness and boost resilience.
Eligibility: The program offers services to all Army National Guard, Reserve Members, and their Families who may be seeking civilian employment.


CWT/ Vocational Employment Services
720-857-5068
dawn.murphy4@va.gov
1700 N. Wheeling St. 
Aurora, CO 80045
Monday-Friday 8AM-4:30PM
VA sponsored recovery-oriented program for Veterans with severe mental ilness wishing to obtain competitive employment.
Eligibility: Must be a Veteran who is eligibled for VA services. Veterans must be referred by a VA PCP or VA Mental Health Provider. Veteran must have a severe mental illness diagnosis and be willing to pursue competivtive employment. 


Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR)
800-336-4590
osd.userra@mail.mil
www.esgr.mil
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve is a Department of Defense program that develops and promotes supportive work environments for Service Members in the Reserve Components through outreach, recognition, and educational opportunites that increase awareness of applicable laws and resolves employment conflicts between the Service Members and their employers.
Eligibility: All employers, all uniformed Service Members, and Families of affected Service Members.


Employment Support Program
720-250-1431
www.casy4vets.org/CONationalGuard
Assists CO National Guard Service Members obtain employment. Services include translation of military skills into civilian skills, online marketing assistance, resume building strategies and review, as well as Federal job application assistance.
Eligibility: Member of the CO National Guard or eligible dependent.


Mesa County Workforce Center
970-248-0871
jobservice@mesacounty.us
512 29 1/2 Road
Grand Junction, CO 81504
We are the Mesa County Workforce Center, a One-Stop Shop designed to efficiently serve the needs of businesses and job seekers in an effort to promote economic development and vitality. Our no-cost services, which include assessments, workshops, recruitment assistance, business services and much more, continue to propel our community into the future with education, training and resources invaluable in making our community prosperous and globally competitive. Our exceptional collaboration with local education establishments, businesses and other resources, dedicated to economic development and growth, make us a fundamental link between businesses and prospective employees.
Eligibility: Varies by program. To be eligible for Veteran Priority of Service = 1 day active duty, any discharge other than dishonorable.


Project: Return to Work, INC
720-359-1541
www.return2work.org
Project: Return to Work Inc. (R2W), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 1998, provides personlized employment service to Veterans, their Spouses, and Americans with disabilities.
Eligibility: Veterans (any), their Spouses and disabled Americans.


Service Source Inc.
719-579-5700
www.servicesource.org
Service Source is a non-profit agency helping people with all ranges of disabilities obtain a job at the dining facilities on Ft. Carson doing janitorial support services for the military. Through supports and accommodations we help people with disabilities thrive in a non-competitive work environment.
Eligibility: Must be 18 years of age. Must be able to pass a background and drug screen. Must have documentation of disability. Must be flexible to working weekends and holidays.  Must have reliable transportation (City bus is not considered reliable)


Warriors4Wireless
855-949-5627
www.warriors4wireless.org
This non-profit attempts to bridge the gap between the demand for trained and deployable communication infrastructure technicians and the thousands of qualified service men and women eager to transfer the skills they’ve learned in the military. Provides training, advanced certification and transitional support, giving Veterans the building blocks they need for an exciting and fulfilling career in this rapidly growing industry. Warriors4Wireless seeks to place qualified Veterans into open job positions.
Eligibility: Currently or previously served in the military.


Wounded Warrior Project®
Warriors to Work®
719-419-3057
www.woundedwarriorproject.org
1 S Nevada Ave #205
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
The Wounded Warrior Project® is a Veteran employment program that provides career guidance and support services to Wounded Warriors and their Families as well as caregivers interested in transitioning to the civilian workforce. We match your skills and experience to the needs of hiring managers. These services are also open if you are registered with Family Support.
Eligibility: Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) serves Veterans and Service Members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, coincident to their military service on or after September 11, 2001.


Workforce Centers
www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdle/wfc
Workforce Centers provide a variety of free services to assist employers and job seekers. These include job listings, computer and internet access, and career counseling and training. Veterans recieve additional support with their job search.
Eligibility: Anyone can utilize the services at county Workforce Centers. Veterans recieve priority of service in all federally funded programs at the workforce center. If applicable in order to qualify for the Disabled Veterans’ Outreach Progam (DVOP), the Veteran must first meet with an employment specialist at the workforce center. If appropriate, intensive services for Veterans with significant barriers to employment will be provided.

Family & Youth Support

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ACS
www.carson.army.mil/acs
6391 Wetzel Ave. Building 1524, Fort Carson
Regardless of what stage of life you and your family are in, Army Community Service has services and programs to make your Army life more successful.  If you are new to the Fort Carson Colorado area, make sure to stop in and pick up a welcome packet, get maps and directions about the local area, and meet our professional staff.  ACS offers monthly classes on parenting, finances, relationships, volunteerism, exceptional family members, and much more, all designed to improve the quality of your life.Our mission at ACS is to prepare and empower our Total Military Family to meet the challenges of military life by providing essential programs, resources, and services that enhance knowledge, life skills, well-being, quality of life, and retention.  ACS supports the Commanders’ ability to sustain mission readiness to fight and win on any battlefield.
Eligibility: Active duty and retired service members, spouses, DA Civilians


Airman & Family Readiness Center- CO Air National Guard 140th Wing
720-847-9116
https://co.ng.mil/Family/Airman-Family-Readiness-Program/
18860 E Breckenridge Ave, Bldg 801, Room N-259
Buckley AFB, Aurora, CO 80011
The A&FRP provides targeted support services contributing to mission readiness and the well being of the Air Force community.
Eligibility: Military members both active or retired, any branch of service.


Airman & Family Readiness Center- Peterson AFB
719-556-6141
21fss.fsfr@us.af.mil
135 Dover St #1203
Peterson AFB, CO 80914
Provide targeted Airman and Family support and services, contributing to the mission readiness, resilency, and well-being of the Air Force community.
Eligibility: Active Duty Military, Retirees, and DoD-connected Civilians.


Airman & Family Readiness Center- Schriever AFB
719-567-3920
family@us.af.mil
101 Falcon Pkwy
Schriever AFB, CO 80912
This Family Support Center offers transition training including deployment support, personal financial management, personal and work life skills development, relocation assistance, employment assistance, volunteer resources, military child education information, exceptional family member support, transition assistance, wounded, illl and injured support services, and support to the community during disaster crisis/evacuation situations.
Eligibility: DoD military, AFR, ANG, DoD civilians and their eligble Family Members


Airman & Family Readiness Center- USAFA
719-333-3444/3445
www.usafasupport.com
6248 W Pine Loop
USAF Academy, CO 80840
The Airman and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) serves as a one-stop information and referral center and is the cornerstone of the AirForce Academy’s family support system, helping Airmen and their Families enhance their readiness and quality of life. The A&FRC offers proactive, preventive, and remedial services that foster self-sufficiency and sustain the personal and family readiness of the Total Force.
Eligibility: We serve Active duty military members from all services, Guard and Reserve members, retired military members and Department of Defense civilians. We also serve their family members.


Army Community Services-Fort Carson
719-526-4590
www.carson.army.mil/acs
6303 Wetzel Ave, Bldg 1526
Fort Carson, CO 80913
Provides a variety of programs and services that promote self-reliance, resiliency, and stablity. Core programs include Community Information, Referral, and Follow-up; Army Volunteer Corps; Family Enrichment; Mobilization and Deployment; Employment Readiness; Financial Readiness; Army Emergency Relief; Exceptional Family Member Program; Fort Carson Village Mayoral Program; Soldier and Family Readiness; and Relocation Readiness.
Eligibility: Services are available to all Military ID card holders.


Blue Star Families
844-202-7827
www.bluestarfam.org
Blue Star Families builds communities that support military   Families by connecting research and data to programs and solutions, including career development tools, local community events for families, and caregiver support. Since its inception in 2009 Blue Star Families has engaged tens of thousands of volunteers and serves more than 1.5 million Military Family members.
Eligibility: Active duty, National Guard, Reserve, care-giver, and transitioning Service Members and their Families from all ranks and services, as well as Veterans.


Buckley AFB Community Support
729-847-6881
510 S Aspen St. #250E
Aurora, CO 80011
Supports Service Members and Families by being a cross- organizational liason between on- and off-base resources/ services. Provides installation resiliency training.
Eligibility: We serve Active Duty Military Members, Guard and Reserve members, Retired Military Members, and Department of Defense Civilians. We also serve their Family Members.


Colorado National Guard Family Assistance
866-333-8844
Buckley AFB: 720-250-1963
Centennial: 720-250-1186
Colorado Springs: 720-250-4885
Denver: 720-250-2771
Grand Junction: 720-250-5771
Recruit Sustainment Program: 720-250-2773
https://co.ng.mil/family
The mission of the Family Assistance Team is to provide support and resources to Service Members and their Families regardless of their location, deployment status, branch of service, or duty status (active, reserve, retired). We are here to provide the six essentail services in addition to a multitude of other necessary resources; Legal resource and referral, financial resource and referral, TRICARE resource and referral, ID Cards/DEERS information, Crisis Intervention and referral and Community Information/Outreach.
Eligibility: Service Members and their Families regardless of their location, deployment status, branch of service, or duty status (active, reserve, retired).


 CPCD-Giving Children a Head Start
719-635-1536
www.cpcdheadstart.org
Free tuition preschool program for prenatal women and children ages 0-5. Variety of class times. We operate more than 65 locations, including Fort Carson, Falcon, and surrounding areas.
Eligibility: Income based or developmental concerns.


Military OneSource
800-342-9647
www.militaryonesource.mil
At Military OneSource, we have one mission-to connect you to your best MilLife.
Eligibility: Active Duty, Military Spouse, dependent, surviving spouses and dependents, Veterans up to 180 days after seperation.


Mt Carmel Veterans Service Center
719-309-4714
frontdesk@mtcarmelcenter.org
www.veteranscenter.org
530 Communication Circle
Colorado Springs, CO 80905
At Mt Carmel, Veterans of all eras and their Families can access many community services all in one location, making it easy for you to recieve the support you deserve after your service to our nation.
Eligibility: Mt. Carmel has no eligibility requirements.


Regis Centers for Counseling & Family Therapy-Regis University
https://www.regis.edu/RHCHP/Schools/Counseling-and-Family-Therapy/Counseling-Family-Therapy-Labs.aspx

Thornton Campus
303-964-6295
500 E. 84th Ave.
Thornton, CO 80229

Colorado Springs Campus
719-264-7027
7450 Campus Drive, Suite 100
Colorado Springs CO 80920
The Regis Centers for Counseling and Family Therapy have been set up to provide low to no-cost counseling services for our surrounding communities. Master’s Level therapists-in-training will meet with you once per week for an average of 14 weeks per semester. You will have a consistent counselor over those 14 weeks, and your appointment will be at the same time each week. Many students are Veterans or Spouses and/or have advanced training in our Counseling Military Families Certificate program. We do ask that those receiving therapy agree to be video recorded, as this provides real-time feedback for the therapist to evaluate their skills along with their supervisor. You can look forward to an authentic and growth-oriented relationship with your therapist, as well as to the development of your own base of life-skills derived from the latest research and best practices offered in the field.
Eligibility: Individual, family, couple, and children/adolescent outpatient mental health counseling services provided for any discharge status, any era, and any affiliation (Active/Guard/Reserve/Veteran).


Operation Home Front
719-358-7127
colorado@operationhomefront.org
www.operationhomefront.org
3726 E. Pikes Peak Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
Operation Homefront is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to build strong, stable, and secure Military Families so they can thrive — not simply struggle to get by — in the communities they have worked so hard to protect. For over fifteen years, we have provided programs that offer: RELIEF (through Critical Financial Assistance and transitional housing programs), RESILIENCY (through permanent housing and caregiver support services) and RECURRING FAMILY SUPPORT programs and services throughout the year that help military families overcome the short-term bumps in the road so they don’t become long-term chronic problems.
Eligibility: Currently serving Active Duty ranks E1-E6, wounded, ill, or injured Service Members or Veterans who have recieved honorable discharge within the past 7 years.


Peak View Behavioral Health
720-444-8484
www.peakviewbh.com
7353 Sisters Grove
Colorado Springs, CO 80923
Peak View Behavioral Health is 112-bed inpatient psychiatric hospital providing care for youth, adults, and seniors struggling with mental health and/or substance abuse issues.  We also offer outpatient services for all populations.
Eligibility: Accepts all major insurances including Tricare, Medicaid, and Medicare.


ViewPointe Senior Living
719-528-8000 ext. 2
www.viewpointeco.com
555 S Rockrimmon Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80919
Faith-based, non-profit for senior living to include, Independent, Assisted Living and Memory Care
Eligibility: Private pay. Accepts long term care insurance. Aid & Attendance.


Welcome Home Warrior-Regis University
719-264-7032
whw@regis.edu
www.whwarrior.org
7450 Campus Dr. Suite 100
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Welcome Home Warrior hosts free couple and family retreats for Veterans and Active Duty Soldiers. We collaborate with community organizations who donate time and money for these retreats. The purpose of the retreats is to help couples and families reconnect, with quality time together in a quiet, stress free place. We provide child care and supervised activities for children and teens. There are daily optional activities for everyone for fun and specialized groups and classes for couples wanting some help to deal with problems.
Eligibility: Two, 3-day family retreats are offered yearly, one in Spring and one in Fall, and are open for any discharge status, any era, and any affiliation (Active/Guard/Reserve/Veteran)

Financial Assistance

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GreenPath Financial Wellness
800-550-1961
www.greenpath.org
Offices are located in the Denver and Fort Collins areas and counseling by phone is available state-wide, Regain control over your finances or housing decisions so you can pay bills on time, pay off debt, build a financial cushion, and enjoy life without financial stress. Financial counseling and guidance that empowers people to live financially healthy lives.
Eligibility: Anyone interested in regaining control of their finances.


New York Life & NYLIFE Securities LLC
303-910-3716
www.newyorklifecolorado.com
3200 Cherry Creek S Dr, Suite 700
Denver, CO 80209
Insurance, Investments & Financial Planning for individuals, businesses and non-profits.  Career Opportunities available!
Eligibility: EOE M/F/D/V/SO


Office of Financial Readiness- Personal Financial Counseling
Denver Metro: 803-323-9871 or pfc.co.ng@zeiders.com
Colorado Springs: 719-600-9835 or pfc4.co.ng@zeiders.com
Grand Junction: 970-975-0215 or pfc3.co.ng@zeiders.com
Greely: 970-616-2315 or pfc.co.ang@zeiders.com
Personal Financial Counselors provide free and confidential financial counseling, including everything from budgeting to retirement planning.
Eligibility: Support any branch of Service Members who are Support Active Duty, Active Reserve, Dependents of Active Duty/Reserve, Gold Star Eligible Dependents, and Retired Service Members for the first 180 days of retirement.

Health & Wellness

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1st Judicial Dist. Jefferson County Veterans Treatment Court
720-971-2476
joesph.ellis@judicial.state.co.us
100 Jefferson Cty Pkwy, Ste 4001
Golden, CO 80401
The VTC was designed to provide an alternative to incarceration for U.S. Military Veterans with trauma spectrum disorders. An individualized treatment plan is designed for each Veteran offender to hold them accountable for their behavior.
Eligibility: Veterans that are in high risk/high need and be probation eligible.


Adaptive Adventures
303-679-2770d
info@adaptiveadventures.org
www.adaptiveadventures.org
1315 Nelson St #1
Lakewood, CO 80215
The adaptive sports program mission is to provide progressive outdoor sports opportunities to improve quality of life for children, adults, and Veterans with physical disabilities.
Eligibility: Youth, adults, or Veterans who are injured or have a disability. 


Alzheimer’s Association
800-272-3900
alz.org/co
Hours: Mon-Thurs: 8AM-5PM, Fri: 8AM-2:30PM
The Alzheimer’s Association Colorado Chapter is the premier source of information and support for Coloradans living with dementia and their families and caregivers. Through our statewide network of eight offices, the Alzheimer’s Association offers a broad range of free programs and services, funding for Alzheimer’s and dementia research, and advocacy efforts on behalf of Coloradans.
Eligibility: The Alzheimer’s Association provides free care and support services to people living with dementia and their caregivers.


Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado
303-355-9969
info@biacolorado.org
http://biacolorado.org
1325 S. Colorado Blvd Suite B300
Denver, CO 80222
The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado is the go-to resource for help and services for survivors of an injury to the brain, their families, and providers.
Eligibility: Self-reported brain injury


Brookdale Hospice Center of Denver
303-771-3304
www.brookdale.com
5600 S. Quebec St. Suite 375C
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
We provide end of life are to the terminally ill and their families. We accept VA benefits. We also connect community Veterans to dying Veterans throughout Denver and Colorado Springs through a special Vet 2 Vet volunteer program.
Eligibility: Anyone can call for information on recieving hospice care or volunteering. Must recieve a phsyician order to evaluate hospice eligibility. To volunteer, one must apply, pass a background check, drug screen, and complete training. 


Bruce McCandless Veterans Community Living Center
719-784-6331
www.colorado.gov/cdhs/veteranshomes
903 Moore Drive
Florence, CO 81226
Long-Term Care State Veterans Nursing Facility
Eligibility: Veteran, Spouse of Veteran, Widow/Widower of Veteran


Cambium Counseling
970-235-0913
www.cambiumcounseling.com
410 9th St
Golden, CO 80401
Cambium offers counseling services that utilize a creative and solution-focused approach for emerging adults, couples, and families impacted by significant stress and addiction.
Eligibility: Out-of-network provider with reduced fee options upon request and based on availability.


Center for People with Disabilities
303-442-8662
info@cpwd.org
www.cpwd.org
1675 Range St.
Boulder, CO 80301
CPWD’s goal is an integrated community that equally welcomes all members. To assist people with disabilities overcome barriers to independent living, Center for People With Disabilities (CPWD) provides life skills training, advocacy, peer support, information and referral, transitions from nursing home into community, youth transition to adulthood, employment services, home health, and Veteran-Directed Care program.
Eligibility: For most services, to be eligible, an individual needs to self-identify as someone with a disability and be willing to work with CPWD staff to develop a goal towards independence.


Colorado Discover Ability
970-257-1222
office@cdagj.org
www.cdagj.org
601 Struthers Ave
Grand Junction, CO 81501

CDA provides outdoor recreation programs for people with disabilities, their families, and friends including adaptive cycling, river rafting, kayaking, and skiing. Many of the programs are free of charge to Veterans thanks to a VA Adaptive Sports Grant.
Eligibility: Participants must be a Veteran with a disability to qualify for funding under the VA Adaptive Sports Grant. 


Comfort Keepers
970-241-8818
www.grandjunction-533.comfortkeepers.com
514 28 1/4 Rd Ste 5
Grand Juction, CO 81501
Comfort Keepers provides in-home care and is an excellent resource for individuals who wish to remain in their home.  We offer care-giving and nursing care.  We also hire care-givers and CNA’s to help with the needs of our clients.
Eligibility: Our eligibility is simple, having a need to stay in their home while we tend to their everyday care personal as well as home care.  We accept private pay as well as VA, Medicaid and insurance.


Community Reach Center
303-853-3500
communityreachcenter.org
Community Reach Center provides mental health and substance use treatment throughout Adams County, Colorado. Services include individual, family, group therapy. We have a 24/7 social detox and other programs, including crisis.  Please visit our website- communityreachcenter.org for more information and accessing our intake program.
Eligibility: We accept private insurance, self-pay, Medicaid, Medicare. We are currently out-of-network with Tricare. We accept VA authorizations.


Dynamic Warriors
310-902-0991
www.dynamicwarriors.com
Whether you are Active Duty, Veteran; a survivor of disease, addiction, mental or physical disability; the silent professional that stands for a greater good of themselves and society; Dynamic Warriors is a symbol, a lifestyle, for you and other like-minded individuals who stand united to progress themselves and society for positive advancement.
Eligibility: Open and available to all.


Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC)
800-870-9244
info@dvbic.org
http://dvbic.dcoe.mil
DVBIC was established by Congress to serve Active Duty Military (Reserve, Guard, All Branches), their beneficiaries and Veterans with traumatic brain injuries through clinical care, recovery support, research and education.
Eligibility: Open and available to all.


Denver Hospice and Optio Pallative Care
303-321-2828
www.thedenverhospice.org
501 South Cherry Street Unit #700
Denver, CO 80246
The Denver Hospice is a community based not for profit agency that has been providing hospice and palliative care services for over 40 years in the 9 counties in the Denver Metro Area.
Eligibility: All insurances are accepted including Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial insurances. No one is turned away for inability to pay for services.


Denver Regional Council of Govenments (DRCOG)
303-480-6700
www.drcog.org
1290 Broadway #100
Denver, CO 80203
The designated area agency on aging for the Denver Metro region. Offers a variety of free services including the Veteran Directed Home and Community Based Services Program, Information & Assistance, Options Counseling, Case Management, Long Term Care Ombudsman, Colorado Choice Transitions, and the Elder Refugee Program.
Eligibility: Older adults and adults over 18 with a disability. Must live in one of the counties: Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, Gilpin, and Jefferson. Contact DRCOG for individual program requirements.


Director of Psychological Health-140th ANG Wing at BAFB
720-847-9438
140 S Aspen St Bldg 706
Buckley AFB, CO 80011
The primary role of the Director of Psychological Health is to support the mental health resiliency of our military members and their families, by providing assessment, brief interventions, and referrals to sustainable resources within the community.
Eligibility: Services available to Traditional, AGR, Technician, Title 5, DSG, and dependents of the CO Air National Guard.


Eagle’s Nest Ranch
303-596-2784
eaglesnestranch501@gmail.com
www.eaglesnestranch.org
40757 County Road 21
Elizabeth, CO 80107
We provide interactive sessions free of charge with horses to help with the invisible wounds of life. We exist to provide a place of hope, trust and growth for people and horse so they can soar above the adversities of life.
Eligibility: Active duty and Veteran Service Members, their spouses and children are eligible.


FirstLight Home Care
970-639-2048
www.firstlighthomecare.com
1048 Independent Ave #A119
Grand Junction, CO 81505
FirstLight offers non-medical home care services.
Eligibility: The Home Connections Program is available through VA referral and payment or private pay.


Freedom Service Dogs
303-922-6231
info@freedomservicedogs.org
www.freedomservicedogs.org
FSD rescues dogs from shelters in Colorado and the surrounding states and trains them to be service dogs for people with disabilites.


Give an Hour
www.giveanhour.org
info@giveanhour.org
Give an Hour offers no cost mental health care to Military Veterans and their loved ones. Give an Hour serves all Military, Veterans and their loved ones regardless of discharge and deployment status. Give an Hour serves all brances and all service eras.  To find a provider near you please visit our website and click “Get Help.”
Eligibility: Must be a Veteran with PTSD or a Veteran or civilian with a mobility disability.


Harmony Acres Equestrian Center
970-261-5899
info@harmonyacresec.org
www.harmonyacresec.org
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Therapeutic Riding, providing services for Veterans and other specific groups of various ages.
Eligibility: Call for information.


Harmony’s Heart Coaching-The Wind Rider Project
720-585-9828
glenn@harmonysheartcoaching.com
At Harmony’s Heart Coaching™ we offer a safe and nurturing environment allowing Veterans, Active Duty Military and first responders to explore your inner journey with PTS and learn how to heal those wounds, leading to a fuller, more enriched life with your loved ones, your friends, and most importantly, yourself.
Eligibility: None


Healing Warriors Program
970-776-8387
info@healingwarriorsprogram.org
www.healingwarriorsprogram.org
1136 E Stuart St. #42202
Fort Collins, CO 80525 
Healing Warriors Program is a 501(c)(3) non profit providing non-narcotic care therapy for Pain, Post Traumatic Stress, and Sleep Disturbance. We are registered VA vendor.
Eligibility: We serve Service Members and their Spouses, Partners or Parents from any era, any branch of service.


Health Net Federal Services
844-866-9378
www.tricare-west.com
TRICARE-health insurance for Military- Active and Retired
Eligibility: Active Duty Service Member/Family Members, Retirees, Guard and Reserve Family and Service Members.


Hearts and Horses Therapeutic Riding Center
970-663-4200
info@heartsandhorses.org
www.heartsandhorses.org
163 N County Rd 29
Loveland, CO 80537
Therapeutic riding & horsemanship for Veterans, adults, and children with physical or cognitive disabilities, at risk youth, OT/PT/SLP services, Alzheimer’s and Dementia.
Eligibility: For our riding programs, 210 or less pounds. Unlimited for our ground program. Any age/era of Veteran eligble. Medical release is required.


Help Heal Veterans
970-424-0499
grandjunction@healvets.org
2500 North Ave
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Help Heal Veterans provides therapeutic craft kits to Veterans at no charge.
Eligibility: Proof of Veteran Status.


How to Life Consultants, LLC
970-216-5753
www.howtoinlife.com
800 A St
Delta, CO 81416
How to Life provides counseling and coaching services for relationship issues, pain management, disability adjustments, career decisions and more. How to Life also offers TBI general mental health counseling and rehabilitation counseling.
Eligibility: Provide services for Military OneSource referals, VA Vocational Rehab through Sterling Medical COntract, TRICARE health benefits, and other major insurance companies including Medicaid (but not Medicare).


Huts for Vets
970-776-8387
hutsforvets@gmail.com
www.hutsforvets.org
PO Box 3598
Basalt, CO 81621
Huts for Vets takes Veterans who have experienced trauma as a result of their service into the wilderness for healing opportunities at the 10th Mountain Huts System of Aspen. We cover all expenses including transportation.
Eligibility: Any Veteran who has experienced trauma as a result of their service. We hike above 11,000 feet, so a strong measure of physical fitness is a requirement.


The Independence Center-Veteran In Charge
719-471-8181
www.theindependencecenter.org
729 S Tejon St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

The Independent Center’s Veteran in Charge (VIC) Program is a Veteran-Directed Home and Community Based Services (VD-HCBS) program offering eligible Veterans the opportunity to self-direct the services they need to remain in their home and community. Veterans have the freedom and flexibility to decide for themselves what mix of goods and services best meet their needs. This program is a partnership between the Administration for Community Living and the VA.
Eligibility: Veterans must be enrolled in the VA healthcare system and meet the eligibility requirements for the service.


Jefferson Center for Mental Health-Veteran and Military Services
303-425-0300
veteran_services@jcmh.org
www.jcmh.org
4851 Independence St. #100
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
The Veteran and Military Families Team serves Veterans, their Families, and loved ones who face unique challenges that impact their lives. This team offers confidential counseling, group support, linking clients to community resources and encourages empowerment of all clients to find solutions to their unique challenges as military families.
Eligibility: Veterans, their Families and loved ones, regardless of discharge status, are eligble for a consultation to determine the best level of services for their needs. We primarily serve residents of Jefferson, Clear Creek, and Gilpin Counties; however we can take referral from other areas on a space-available basis. We are also glad to assist any Veteran or Family Member find resources in their area.


Mount Moriah Stables
303-667-1883
www.mtmoriahstables.com
1990 W 150th Ave
Broomfield, CO 80023

Provides equine facilitated mental health activities for therapy and learning in a peaceful and private setting.
Eligibility: Willingness to interact with horses. 


Mountain Voice Health
720-352-7891
www.mountainvoicehealth.com
4667 16th Street
Boulder, CO 80304
Hours: Tues-Friday by Appointment
Individual and couples counseling for Veterans and their Families.
Eligibility: None


Marcus Institute for Brain Health
303-724-4824
www.mibh.ucdenver.edu
marcusinstitute@ucdenver.edu
12348 E. Montview Blvd
Aurora, CO 80045
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:00PM
The Marcus Insitute for Brain Health provides exceptional care for for people with mild to moderate brain injuries, including concussions, and changes in psychological health. The MIBH has specialty services for Military Veterans with mild to moderate traumatic brain injuries and post-traumatic stress, depression and anxiety.
Eligibility: Veterans (regardless of discharge status) with persistent mild/moderate TBI conditions along with associated mental health challenges. DD214, 6 months post injury.


No Barriers Warriors
970-484-3633
info@nobarriersusa.org
https://nobarrierusa.org/
312 Stover St.
Fort Collins,  CO 80521
No Barriers Warriors improves the lives of Veterans with disabilities through curriculum-based expeditions in challenging environments.
Eligibility: We serve Veterans with service-connected disabilities. Proof of service (DD214) and proof of service- connected disability (VA letter) are needed to apply.


Operation EQUINE
720-588-3035
www.operationequine.com
PO Box 3343
Broomfield,  CO 80223
Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Learning, and Coaching for Military Service Members, Veterans, First Responders and their families, caregivers, and supporters.
Eligibility: Active Military Service Member, Veteran, First Responder, or any of their family members, caregivers, or supporters.


Operation Revamp, Inc.
970-462-3126
info@operationrevamp.org
www.operationrevamp.org
307 S 12th St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Veterans Art Center provides supplies, equipment, studios and training on-site for Veterans and Families at no charge.
Eligibility: Veteran or Family Member of a Veteran. 


Operation TBI Freedom: A Program of Craig Hospital
303-789-8836/855-355-6824
otf@craighospital.org
www.craighospitalorg/otf
565 Communications Cir #100
Colorado Springs, CO 80905
Operation TBI Freedom (OTF) is a program of Craig Hospital that provides support for Veterans and Active Duty Military personnel with traumatic brain injuries (TBI). OTF provides long-term continuity of care/case management/direct service assistance to Veterans and Service Members who have suffered a TBI and who meet eligibility criteria.
Eligibility: Served in any branch or component of the Military at least one day on or after 9/11/01. Residing in Colorado. Evidence or history of traumatic brain injury event(s). TBI must have occurred after start of Military Service, whether Active, Reserve, or Veteran status.


Peak Mind Consulting
719-357-6462
www.peakmindconsulting.com
2860 S. Circle Dr. Ste 409
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Hours: Monday-Saturday by Appointment
Dr. Rademan and the other therapists at Peak Mind Consulting approach mental health with a progressive and unique approach. Seeking to improve mental health includes mind performance and does not necissarily mean a mental illness. Her strengths lie in anyone dealing with grief/loss, anxiety, trauma, and depression.
Eligibility: Not a non-profit, but takes TRICARE


The Phoenix
info@thephoenix.org
www.thephoenix.org

Denver:
720-440-9175
2239 Champa St
Denver, CO 80205

Colorado Springs:
719-434-3387
216 W Colorado Ave
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
The Phoenix is a sober active community that offers substance use disorder recovery support services to those that have 48 hours of continuous sobriety and who are choosing to live a sober lifestyle. The Phoenix utilizes exercise to create a fellowship that can help the individual achieve long term sobriety.
Eligibility: 48 hours clean and sober directly before their first event. All events are free to the individual.


Project Angel Heart
303-830-0202
refer@projectangelheart.org
www.projectangelheart.org
4950 Washington St
Denver, CO 80216
Project Angel Heart’s mission is to improve health and well-being for people with life-threatening illnesses by preparing and delivering medically tailored meals and promoting the power of food as medicine. Each week, our professional chefs and registered dietitians prepare fresh, healthy meals, and tailor them to meet the medical and dietary needs of neighbors living with cancer, kidney disease, HIV/AIDS, and other serious illnesses. Loving volunteers deliver the meals, free of charge, to clients’ homes in metro Denver and Colorado Springs. In 2019, the agency will provide more than 490,000 meals to 3,025 critically ill Coloradans.
Eligibility: To be eligible for services, individuals must have a life-threatening illness and limited mobility inhibiting food preparation. Other extenuating circumstances may also qualify an individual for services.  Dependents of eligible clients may also receive meals, free of charge. “Life-threatening illness”: Conditions such as HIV/AIDS, cancer, end stage renal disease, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, multiple sclerosis, and others will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Eligibility is determined by the level of immobility caused by the condition, its treatment, or by accompanying conditions.  Application required – available online.


Project Healing Waters
303-370-1428
www.projecthealingwaters.org
7800 E Orchard Rd #400
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled Veterans, our participants, through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings.
Eligibility: VA Disability rating


Psycological Health Outreach Program- Marine and Navy
571-375-4260
nr-phop.southwest@serco-na.com
7 N Snowmass St Bldg 1301
Buckley AFB, CO 80011
PHOP services are available to Marines and Sailors, the family members of Marines and Sailors (including significant others and loved ones), and commands. PHOP is comprised of a team of licensed mental health professionals who connect Sailors and Marines to free or low-cost local and national resources.
Eligibility: Marine or Navy Reservist. Marine or Navy Reservist Family Member or loved one.


PTSD Foundation of America
719-375-4647
www.ptsdusa.org
Camp Hope
9724 Derrington Rd.
Houston, TX 77064
Hours: Monday-Sunday 10AM-10PM
The Mission of the PTSD foundation is to combat PTSD, give back to those who have given themselves so selflessly, and to increase public awareness about PTSD.
Eligibility: Combat Veterans with PTSD; 832-912-4429 


Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center
720-425-6773
https://www.va.gov/geriatrics/
1700 N Wheeling St. #122
Aurora, CO 80045
VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System
Eligibility: Must live in a 30mi. radius of 1055 Clermont St. Denver 80220, trouble getting to primary care appointments, complex medical needs, homebound, or benefit from interdisciplinary team care at home. Telehealth – evaluation by geriatrician or palliative care, medical doctor with a social worker present, trouble getting to Rocky Mountain Regional, able to get to closest CBOC in southern Colorado or conduct video visit in home. Geropsychologist also available for caregiver support & dementia education.


River Deep Foundation
303-881-0400
riverdeepfoundation.org
We provide outings such as hunting,fishing,archery,art classes, camping,boating,and similar outings for wounded Veterans and Family members
Eligibility: Veteran or Active Duty


Soaring Hope Recovery
303-859-8527
www.soaringhoperecovery.com
18375 Spruce Rd
Monument, CO 80132
State-of-the-Science Integrated Addiction Recovery Intensive Residential & Intensive Out Patient – Also treat TBIs & PTS with Low Energy Neurofeedback with great success. Work with Ft. Carson Warrior Recovery Center.
Eligibility: Every Veteran is welcome – accepts TRICARE Insurance and private pay. 


Sobriety House, Inc
720-381-4337
intake@sobrietyhouse.org
www.sobrietyhouse.org
121 Acoma St
Denver, CO 80223
Nonprofit drug and alcohol treatment center located in Denver that offers 28-day Intensive Residential and up to 6 months Transitional Residential and Outpatient/Intensive Outpatient groups. Offers priority placement to pregnant women, IV drug users and Veterans. Clients may qualify for state funding or the Vet Grant to help pay for treatment.
Eligibility: Men and women 18 years and older with no sexual assault or long history of violence. In order to be eligible for state funding for treatment, a client must live in one of our catchment counties: Clear Creek, Gilpin, Adams, Jefferson, Denver, Arapahoe, Douglas, or Broomfield. Vet Grant covers all of Colorado, and Vets can have any discharge status other than “Dishonorable.”


Southeast Armed Services YMCA
719-622-9622/3567
www.ppymca.org
2190 Jet Wing Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80916
Youth development, health & wellness, social responsibility and resiliency.
Eligibility: Call for eligibility requirements.


Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic-University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
303-724-4255
info.cohenclinic@ucdenver.edu
www.denvercohenclinic.org
7800 E. Orchard Rd Ste. 150
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus provides culturally-competent, confidential, individually-tailored mental health care to post-9/11 Veterans, National Guardsmen, Reservists, and their family members, which includes caregivers and others in the Veteran’s immediate support system.  Services are available regardless of discharge status, role while in uniform, combat experience, or ability to pay or have insurance, with minimal wait times for initial appointments. As part of the Cohen Veterans Network, our clinic specializes in evidence-based treatments and work with individuals, children, adolescents, couples and families of Veterans who are affected by all phases of deployment and other life stressors. We strive to be the clinic of choice for post-9/11 Veterans and their families, focusing on whole mental health to include not only evidence-based treatments, but also prevention programs, education and training events, military-to-civilian transition assistance, peer support, family fun events, and other mindful awareness services.
Eligibility: Post 9/11 Veteran or Family Member of Post 9/11 Veteran.


The Sturm Center (Behavioral Health)-University of Denver
303-871-7942
https://www.du.edu/gspp/services/sturm/index.html
10730 E. Bethany Dr. Ste 395
Aurora, CO 80014
Hours: Mon-Thurs: 0830-1900, Fri: 0830-1500
The Sturm Center provides individual, group, couples/family, and child/adolescent therapy services. We also provide a wide variety of types of psycological assessment, including objective medical evidence assesments for VA disability claims and discharge status upgrades.
Eligibility: Veterans, no matter discharge status, combat status or era. Service members, including Guard and Reserve. Family members/Supportive others. Kids/Adolescents. Please call 303-871-7942 to initiate services. No official referral is needed. 


StableStrides
719-495-3908
stablestrides.org
13620 Halleluiah Trail
Elbert, CO 80106
StableStrides equine assisted services help children, adults, seniors, Service Members, and Veterans address a wide variety of physical, developmental, and mental health disabilities and needs including attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder; post-traumatic stress disorder; depression; substance abuse disorder; attachment disorders; other emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges; autism; developmental delays; Down syndrome; cerebral palsy; paralysis; amputation and head trauma/brain injury.
Eligibility: Vary based on program interest, funding options, etc. Please call or email for details.


TRICARE-Health Net Federal Services
719-272-2133
www.tricare-west.com
1125 Kelly Johnson Blvd #341
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Managed Care Support Contractor (MCSC) for healthcare in the TRICARE West region.
Eligibility: Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS) eligible for TRICARE benefits and programs. 


United Concordia Companies
844-653-4061
www.uccitdp.com
TDP: TRICARE Dental Program: DoD sponsored dental insurance.
Eligibility: NG/Reserves and their families; Active Duty family members; IRR and their families


VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System
303-399-8020
vhaechcommunications@va.gov
https://www.denver.va.gov
1700 N. Wheeling Street
Aurora, CO 80045
Health care provided to eligible U.S. Veterans.
Eligibility: U.S. Veterans


VA Eastern Colorado Health Care System: Mental Health Service
720-723-7327
Brian.Stice@VA.gov
https://www.denver.va.gov/service/mental_health.asp
1700N. Wheeling Street
Aurora, CO 80045
Comprehensive mental health services and homelessness support for eligible Veterans.
Eligibility: To find out about eligibility for VA care, contact 1-888-336-8262, press 4. For support in a mental health crisis call: 1-800-273-8255 and press 1.


VA Western Colorado Health Care System
970-263-2800
www.grandjunction.va.gov
2121 North Avenue
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Health care provided to eligible U.S. Veterans.
Eligibility: U.S. Veterans


Vet Center
Boulder
303-440-7306
4999 Pearl East Circle, Suite 106, Boulder, CO 80301

Colorado Springs
719-471-9992
602 S Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs CO 80903

Denver
303-326-0645
7465 E First Ave #B, Denver, CO 80203

Fort Collins
970-221-5176
702 W Drake Bldg C, Fort Collins, CO 80526

Grand Junction
970-245-4156
2472 F Road #16 Grand Junction, CO 81505

877-WAR-VETS (877-927-8387)
www.vetcenter.va.gov
We welcome home War Veterans with honor by providing quality re-adjustment counseling in a caring manner. Vet Centers understand and appreciate Veterans’ war experiences while assisting them and their family members toward a successful post-war adjustment in or near their community. Vet Centers guide Veterans and their Families through many of the major adjustments in lifestyle that often occur after a Veteran returns from combat. Services for a Veteran may include individual and group counseling in areas such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), alcohol and drug assessment, and suicide prevention referrals. All services are free of cost and are strictly confidential.
Eligibility: Deployment to a combat theater OR military sexual trauma OR loved one of a Service Member that passed away while serving. All discharges. No enrollment in the VA is necessary.


Veterans Community Living Centers Division Office
303-866-5335
www.Colorado.gov/cdhs/veteranshomes
1575 Sherman Street 10th Floor
Denver, CO 80203
We provide short-term rehabilitation and long-term nursing care. Our team of physicians, nurses, therapists and aides provide a variety of services to meet your health care needs. Depending on location, we provide memory care, hospice and assisted living-type cottage apartments. We have locations throughout the state in Aurora, Florence, Walsenburg, Monte Vista and Rifle.
Eligibility: Veterans, Veteran Spouse or widow and Gold Star Parents  -DD-214 showing honorable or general discharge  -Call the Admission Coordinator at any of our homes to obtain additional information


Veteran X- Peer Support
719-227-4050
530 Communication Circle
Colorado Springs, CO 80905
The Veteran X Group meets Tuesdays from 1630-1830. Veterans empower Veterans through shared knowledge and experiences. Group members become the treatment team for a hypothetical Veteran X. In helping Veteran X, Veterans are able to help one another and themselves.
Eligibility: All can attend regardless of status: Veteran, Active Duty, other Veterans, etc.


Volunteer Connect Douglas County
303-688-7737
info@volunteerconnectdc.org
www.VolunteerConnectDC.org
100 S. Wilcox St.
Castle Rock, CO 80104

Volunteer Connect Douglas County is an online community resource that connects volunteers with organizations in Douglas County. The online resource easily matches individuals, families, and groups with volunteer opportunities that align with their skills, talents and interests.
Eligibility: None.


WarriorNOW
720-408-8623
www.warriornow.org
info@warriornow.org
We connect Veterans impacted by a mental health diagnosis, PTSD and/or addiction to resources, services, and mentorship through training and peer mentors in order to help reintroduce our Veterans to the journey of life.
Eligibility: Mental health diagnosis, PTSD and/or addiction. Military Veteran. We specialize in those who are also justice involved.


Western Colorado Health Care System
970-263-2800
www.grandjuction.va.gov
2121 North Ave
Grand Junction, CO 81505
Rehabilitation social work provides psychosocial  and care management services to Veterans in 4 specific categories: VIST Program (low vision rehab), Polytrauma Program (recently discharged combat veterans with multiple injuries), Spinal Cord Injury Program (spinal cord injured or impaired veterans) and Transplant Program (pre-eligibility and post-transplant services).
Eligibility: Enrolled Veterans who also have diagnoses in the above listed areas.


Wings and Warriors Western Slope
970-216-3392
www.wawws.org
486 Morning Glory Land #A
Grand Junction, CO 81504
Suicide prevention by helping Veteran to train/ provide service dog for their specific needs.
Eligibility: Application and approval by board.

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Center for Independence
970-241-0315
info@cfigj.org
www.cfigj.org
740 Gunnison Ave
Grand Junction, CO 81501
Free program for people with disabilities to help with disability benefits, vocational training and placement, assistive technology, housing location and applications, youth with disabilities transition into adult services and support, peer mentoring, advocacy, low-vision and deaf services, computer training lab, information and referrals to other human service providers.
Eligibility: Must be a person with a disability willing to participate in their own recovery or goals for self sufficiency.


Homes for Heroes/Sellstate Reality Pros
720-320-1150
www.homesforheroes.com
7400 E. Orchard Road #4045N
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Homes for Heroes allows real estate service-providers to rebate significant portions of their service fees back to local heroes, including Veterans and Active Military.
Eligibility: Must be eligible as one of the five Homes for Heroes categories hero categories, including Military (Active and Veteran), police, fire, healthcare provider, teacher.


Rocky Mountain Human Services- Homes for all Veterans- SSVF
855-VETS-HAV (855-838-7428
HAVreferrals@rmhumanservices.org
www.rmhumanservices.org/hav

Colorado Springs:
17 S Weber St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Denver:
9900 E Iliff Ave, Denver, CO 80231
Homes for All Veterans (HAV) is a statewide program funded by a specific grant – SSVF (Supportive Services for Veteran Families) awarded to Rocky Mountain Human Services by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). The SSVF grant is founded on the principle that no Veteran should be forced to live on the streets and every Veteran has a right to safe, permanent housing. SSVF grantees are dedicated to ending Veteran homelessness by fostering a well-coordinated and efficient local community.
Eligibility: US Military Veterans of all branches who have served at least one day of Active Duty for purposes other than training. Living in Colorado. Not dishonorably discharged or court martial (general). Income limits determined by family size and area of residence (low income below 50% Area Medium Income). * Verified homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.


Sunshine Home Share Colorado
303-915-8264
alison@sunshinehomeshare.org
www.sunshinehomeshare.org
2501 North Gaylord Street
Denver, CO 80205
Sunshine Home Share Colorado is a nonprofit organization helping home owners above the age of 55 age in place. We look to build relationships within the community by thoughtfully and safely matching a home provider with a home seeker of any age. Home sharing creates a mutually beneficial relationship, exchanging supportive services and companionship for affordable rent.
Eligibility: Verifiable income, clean background check


Veterans Association of Real Estate Professionals
720-320-1150
varep.net
2020 Newcombe Drive
Lakewood, CO 80215
The Veterans Association of Real Estate Professionals – Denver Chapter- is part of a nationwide network of VAREPchapters dedicated to helping Veterans achieve homeownership. We campaign in DC for Veterans rights, educate Veterans on purchasing a home, educate the realestate community in order to help Veterans’ offers on homes be accepted and contribute financially to Veterans for down payments and other homeownership costs.
Eligibility: All Military and Family is eligible.


Veterans Community Living Centers
Fitzsimons:
720-857-6400
cdhs_veteranshome_fitzsimons@state.co.us
www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdhs/veterans-community-living-center-fitzsimons
1919 Quentin ST, Aurora, CO 80045
Veterans Community Living Center at Fitzsimons provides long-term care, short-term rehabilitation, memory care, and hospice.

Homelake:
719-852-5118
cdhs_csvc_homelake@state.co.us
www.colorado.gov/cdhs/veteranshomes/homelake
3749 Sherman Ave, Monte Vista, CO 81144
60 bed skilled nursing facility, 48 unit independent living. 

Rifle:
970-625-0842
cdhs_veteranshome_rifle@state.co.us
www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdhs/veterans-community-living-center-rifle
The Veterans Community Living Center at Rifle is an 89-bed nursing home that offers long-term care, memory care (secure unit), short-term rehabilitation, short-term “respite” care, and end of life services.
Eligibility: Honorably discharged Veterans, Veterans’ spouses or widows, and Gold-Star Parents.


Volunteers of America
720-501-3368
www.voacolorado.org/gethelp-denvermetro-veterans
VOA Back Home SSVF is a permanent housing program for Veterans and Veteran Families experiencing homelessness.
Eligibility: In order to participate in the Back Home SSVF program you must:
-Be a Veteran with a discharge other than dishonorable and have served at least one day of Active Duty Service.
-Earn less than 50% of your area’s median income.
-Be homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
-Additional eligibility criteria may apply. Final eligibility determinations are based on program guidelines and are determined on a case-by-case basis. 

Legal Assistance

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18th Judicial Veteran Treatment Court
720-213-7871/720-568-4857
www.voacolorado.org/gethelp-denvermetro-veterans
VOA Back Home SSVF is a permanent housing program for Veterans and Veteran Families experiencing homelessness.
Eligibility: In order to participate in the Back Home SSVF program you must:
-Be a Veteran with a discharge other than dishonorable and have served at least one day of Active duty service.
-Earn less than 50% of your area’s median income.
-Be homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless.
-Additional eligibility criteria may apply. Final eligibility determinations are based on program guidelines and are determined on a case-by-case basis. 


Boesen Law, LLC
303-999-9999
admin@boesenlaw.com
www.boesenlaw.com
4100 E Mississippi Ave #1900
Denver, CO 80246
We are a Personal Injury law firm that assists Veterans and/or individuals injured through no fault of their own. We focus primarily on Motor Vehicle Accidents, slip and falls, and those who have been injured while working on the job. We also help Veterans and/or individuals who are currently not working or unable to work due to a disability, apply and obtain Social Security Disability Income benefits. We also help those who have been denied benefits in the past and are looking to file an appeal and/or reapply.
Eligibility: Anyone who has been injured through no fault of their own, or who are disabled and looking to apply for SSDI benefits should contact us to determine eligibility.


Grand Valley Peace & Justice
970-985-4253
programcoordinator@gcpeacejustice.org
www.gvpeacejustice.org
740 Gunnison Ave
Grand Junction, CO 81501
We offer support services to help people become self-sufficient including obtaining Colorado Identification & Birth Certificates.
Eligibility: We serve everyone as best we can with the resources we have including homeless, low-income, disabled, and Veterans. 


Office of U.S. Senator Cory Gardner
970-352-5546
gardner.senate.gov
Providing resources, advocacy for Military & Veterans for services and benefits through federal agencies.
Eligibility: Colorado Constituent.


University of Denver Veterans Advocacy Project
303-660-6421
vap@law.du.edu
https://www.law.du.edu/veterans-advocacy-project
1247 Santa Fe Dr
Denver, CO 80204
VA Disability Compensation Benefit Appeals and Discharge Upgrades
Eligibility: Preference for homeless and low income Veterans and Colorado Veterans.


U.S. Senator Michael F. Bennet – Military & Veterans Constituent Advocate
719-328-1100
www.bennet.senate.gov
409 N Tejon St #107
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Serving as Congressional service to communicate directly with administrations of federal agencies: VA, DOD, DFAS, etc.
Eligibility: Colorado Constituent.

Military Community Groups

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American Legion
303-366-5201
member@coloradolegion.org
www.coloradolegion.org
The American Legion is one of the largest Veteran’s Organizations in the world. We are dedicated to helping our Active Duty Service Members and Veterans as well as their families and our communities.
Eligibility: Active Duty and Honorably Discharged Veterans who served during specified dates set forth by Congress. Family members are eligible to join the Legion Family through the Sons of the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary.


Army Community Service
719-526-0423
https://carson.armymwr.com/programs/army-community-service
6303 Wetzel Avenue, Building 1524
Fort Carson, CO 80913
ACS provides family support services, employment, volunteer opportunities, and financial counseling. EFMP supports families with special needs in educational liaison, respite, resources, and family programing.
Eligibility: All DoD ID card holders. Some EFMP support and programing is specific to families enrolled in the EFMP.


Colorado Elks Association
720-272-9584
www.coloradoelks.org
PO Box 43
Dumont, CO 80436
Elks Lodges bring so much more to their communities than just a building, golf course, or pool. They are places where neighbors come together, families share meals, and children grow up. Elks invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free, meet the needs of today’s veterans, and improve the quality of life.
Eligibility: Varies by local lodge.


Colorado Springs Military Newspaper Group
719-329-5220
www.csmng.com
235 S. Nevada Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
We are the publishers for several of the military installations in town: FT.Carson Army Post, Peterson Air Force Base, and Schriever Air Force Base.
Eligibility: N/A


Colorado Veteran Community Partnership
303-399-8020
vhaechcovetcommpartners@va.gov
https://www.va.gov/healthpartnerships/vcp.asp
1700 N Wheeling St
Aurora, CO 80045
Veteran Community Partnerships (VCP) are relationships through which local VA facilities connect with state and local community service agencies in an effort to enhance access and quality of care; promote seamless transitions; educate community agencies and VA providers; support caregivers and foster strong relationships between VA and community agencies and providers.
Eligibility: Open to interested representatives of community organizations and VA teams.


El Paso County Colorado Progressive Veterans
303-618-6131
info@EPCCPV.org
www.EPCCPV.org|
3665 Summertime Ct Suite 400
Monument, CO 80132
Veterans helping Veterans, Active Duty Military and their Families in El Paso County.
Eligibility: Any Veteran or Active Duty Military and their Families – Primarily living in El Paso County.


Military Officers Association of America-Western Colorado Chapter
970-241-8714
https://wccmoaa.com
851 E 5th Street
Rifle, CO 81650
The VCLC at Rifle is a 24/7 SNF dedicated to Our Nation’s Heroes and loved ones. We provide LTC, rehab, hospice, respite and comfort care.
Eligibility: Applicants must be honorably discharged US Military Veteran, their spouse, or Gold Star Parent.


The Mission Continues-CO Springs Platoon
719-761-8530
https://missioncontinues.org/service-platoon/CO Springs-1st-platoon
The Mission Continues empowers Veterans who are adjusting to life at home to find purpose through community impact. We deploy Veterans on new missions in their communities, so that their actions will inspire future generations to serve.
Eligibility: Veteran or currently serving Service Member.


Soldiers Angels
719-650-0797
Local: 720-398-6059
Main Office: 210-629-0020
www.soldiersangels.org
1247 Santa Fe Dr
Denver, CO 80204
Soldiers’ Angels provides aid and comfort to the men and women of the United States Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, their families, and a growing veteran population. “May No Soldier Go Unloved” encapsulates the motivation behind Soldiers’ Angels. The volunteers of Soldiers’ Angels work tirelessly supporting our nation’s veterans, wounded heroes,deployed service members and their families.
Eligibility: The monthly Mobile Food Distribution is for low-income veterans. All participants must bring with them either their retired ID, VA ID, or dd214 and they must pre-register.


Talking With Heroes
719-310-7814
www.talkingwithheroes.com
We started Talking With Heroes in Dec. 2005. From 2006-2011 we made 5 trips to Iraq and 3 to Afghanistan. Hundreds of raw footage videos are at www.youtube.com/bobc9246. Plus we have interviewed over 100 Military Support Groups, Veterans, Caregivers, Companies and more including Joining Community Forces Colorado
Eligibility: We will talk with everybody and help who we can.


Team RWB
www.teamrwb.org
Team RWB strives to enrich the lives of America’s Veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity. Currently, four chapters are active in Colorado: Denver, CO Springs, Fort Collins, and Grand Junction.
Eligibility: Anyone who has been affected by military service.


USO
www.uso.org

USO Denver
303-342-6880
denver.uso.org
USOdenver@uso.org
8400 Pena Blvd
Denver, CO 80249

USO Colorado Springs
719-579-9699
coloradosprings.uso.org
USOcoloradosprings@uso.org
1625 Ellis St
Fort Carson, ,CO 80913
The USO strengthens America’s Military Service Members by keeping them connected to family, home, and country,  throughout their service to the nation.
Eligibility: Colorado Active Duty Military and their Dependents. All Military branches.


Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
303-421-1630
vfw@vfwcolodept.org
http://vfwco.org
The VFW has a rich tradition of serving Veterans, Military Families, and their local communities. Its vision is to ensure that Veterans are respected for their service, always receive their earned entitlements, and are recognized for the sacrifices they and their loved ones have made on behalf of this great country.
Eligibility: U.S. Citizens who have served with the Active Duty, Guard, or Reserve forces-either currently serving or Veterans who have recieved an other than dishonorable discharge.

Transition Services

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CU Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus
303-315-7299
cudenver.edu/vmss
vmss@cudenver.edu
Tivoli Student Union
900 Auraria Pkwy Room 124
Denver, CO 80204
The Veteran and Military Student Services office serves all military-connected students at CU Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus. They provide guidance and support with VA educational benefit processing, transitioning into education, employment counseling, and resource navigation.
Eligibility: Supportive services are available to all military-connected students to include prospective, current, and alumni of CU Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus. VMSS does not discriminate based on age, race/ethnicity, relition, sex, sexual orientation, disabiltity, or Veteran status. 


Caring Transitions of the Grand Valley
970-822-7087
www.CaringTransitionsGV.com
304 North Ave
Grand Junction, CO 81502
We offer complete relocation services – packing,moving, unpacking.  We specialize in working with disabled and those with memory issues.  We also have  basic household items to donate on a regular basis for those in need.  We offer military discount and a range of affordable options.
Eligibility: None.


Mountain Resource Center
303-838-7552
www.mrcco.org
11030 Kitty Dr. (PO Box 425)
Conifer, CO 80433
Mountain Resource Center serves community members in the foothills west of Denver through basic needs assistance (rent/utilities/gas cards), a food pantry, workforce services, financial coaching, public benefits enrollment, parenting, early childhood classes, and more. Our Veteran Support Services program provides access to all agency services plus supports navigating the VA system, dedicated financial assistance for Veterans and community events.
Eligibility: All services are open to community members within the Mountain Resource Center Service Area (western Jefferson County and eastern Park County – call for details); Veteran-specific financial assistance requires valid identification and DD 214 (subject to funding availability). 


Onward to Opportunity
719-244-6634
https://onward2opportunity-vctp.org/
1638 Elwell Street, Bldg. 6236
Fort Carson, CO 80913
Onward to Opportunity (O2O) is a free, comprehensive career training, certification and employment program designed to launch you into your next career. Transitioning Service Members, Veterans and Military Families can benefit from this unique military employment pipeline with direct connections to career-path counseling and job-ready training.
Eligibility: Active Duty Service Members  (to include active guard and reserve) within 6 months of separation or retirement  National Guard and Reserve, currently serving in a non-active status, Veteran (retired or separated) with an honorable discharge, Spouses of any active duty service member, Veteran and Active Duty National Guard or Reserve.


Project Sanctuary
720-561-9193
info@projectsanctuary.us
www.projectsanctuary.us
As the national leader in military family transition services, Project Sanctuary recognizes that the whole family serves, and believes the best way to “support the troops” is by supporting the family. We work with current and prior Service Members and their Families through our exclusive, three part A.R.T. (Assess, Reconnect,Thrive) program, combining counseling, education, self-development, and recreational therapy to help take military families from battle ready to family ready.
Eligibility: Current or prior military service families (includes single Service Members and caregivers).


Survivor Outreach Services
855-707-2769
https://co.ng.mil/Family/Survivor-Outreach-Services/
Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) connects you with people and services that can help you cope with your loss and file for benefits.
Eligibility: Supports Active, National Guard, and Reserve     Families of the Fallen.


Transition Assistance – CO Army National Guard
720-250-1173
https://co.ng.mil/Transition-Assistance-Program/ 
12200 E Briarwood Ave #160
Centennial, CO 80112
The purpose of the Transition Assistance Advisor (TAA) program is to provide a professional in each state/territory (some states have two TAAs) to serve as the statewide point of contact to assist Service Members in accessing Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care services and benefits.
Eligibility: Must have served (or be currently serving) in the military, does not matter if Active Duty or Guard/Reserve, and does not matter status. Will assist any family members or Service Members.


USO Pathfinder
719-338-9322
www.uso.org/pathfinder
1638 Elwell St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80913
USO Pathfinder (transition services) helps you and your family create a plan for life after Military Service. Connect with a Pathfinder Scout to develop a personalized Action Plan and discover the resources in your future community that will make your transition successful. Take your action plan with you and connect with your Pathfinder Scout anywhere using the USO’s mobile Action Plan app. Seamlessly transfer your action plan as you transition from one location to another.
Eligibility: Service and Family members and Veterans.


Veterans Compass
970-658-5498
info@veteranscompass.org
www.veteranscompass.org
Veteran’s Compass of Northern Colorado engages our community by providing personalized connections and resources for service-members, Veterans and their families. We brings together a broad base of resources to create a welcoming environment, assuring Service Members, Veterans and their families’ transition into our community so they may thrive and prosper.
Eligibility: We are open to veterans of all ages and eras, Active Duty Military, National Guard and Reserves, and their families.


Welcome Home Alliance for Veterans
970-765-2210
www.whafv.org
4 Hillcrest Plaza Way
Montrose, CO 81401
We are a one stop resource organization for Veteran support.  We have programs and services available to assist Veterans with VA benifits, employment, housing.  We provide office space for the county Veteran Service Officer and other regional Veteran agencies that do not have a permanent local presence in Montrose, making it easier for Veterans to connect with services they need. Additionally, alternative therapies are available, recognizing that there is never just one answer to Veteran struggles.  Everything is free of charge.
Eligibility: DD-214 or other seperation papers validating service.


Your Weapon is Your Mind
303-704-9419
yourweopanisyourmind@gmail.com
www.yourweaponisyourmind.com
Free Veteran-run support squad for Combat Vets. It offers a confidential, supportive environment for Combat Vets to find the camaraderie they long for now that they’re no longer down range. During war, Service Members rely on each other for protection & support and that shouldn’t end after d/c.
Eligibility: Combat Veteran of Desert Storm or OIF/OEF/OND. A phone call is required to RSVP and to ensure that the program is a good fit before attending. 

Veterans Affairs

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City of Aurora Veterans’ Affair Commission
303-739-7087
www.auroragov.org/city_hall/boards_commissions/veterans_affairs_commission
veterans@aurora.gov
15151 E. Alameda Parkway
Aurora, CO 80012
The Aurora Veterans’ Affairs Commission is a 12-member commission appointed by the Aurora City Council. Its purpose is to advices city council as to the concerns of Veterans relating to transportation, housing, employment, and other areas affecting Veterans in the city. They then make recommendations to the city council to find solutions to these issues, network to establish strategic partnerships with local Aurora Veterans Organizations and is overseen by the Community Relations Division of the Neighborhood Services Department.
Eligibility: Individuals interested in serving on the Veterans’ Affairs Commission must be Aurora residents. Monthly meetings are held the second Thursday of each month at 6PM, meetings are open to the public.


Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs
303-284-6077
http://vets.dmva.state.co.us
1355 S Colorado Blvd #113
Denver, CO 80222
The Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs is here to assist Veterans, their dependents, and their Survivors in obtaining the State and Federal benefits for which they are qualified.
Eligibility: Colorado Veteran or dependent.


Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
800-827-1000

Denver:
https://www.benefits.va.gov/denver
155 Van Gordon St PO Box 25126
Denver, CO 80225

Grand Junction:
970-263-2800/970-244-1324
https://www.grandjunction.va.gov
2121 North Ave
Grand Junction, CO 81501

Enrollment Office: 970-263-2813
Suicide Prevention: 970-263-2824
Each Regional VA Office processes several Veteran benefits including compensation, pension claims, home loan guarantees, vocational rehabilitation, employment, and counseling on all other Veterans benefits. VA also provides health care services access to national cemeteries to former military personnel and their dependents. Specific services are also available for female Veterans.
Eligibility: Generally, Veterans with discharges other than dishonorable may apply to most Veteran benefits. All other claimants may be counseled on what programs and benefits they may be eligible to apply to in VA.

Veteran Service Officers (VSO)

https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/vets/county-veterans-service-offices
Veteran Service Officers (VSOs) help Veterans write and submit benefit claims to the VA. This free service includes assistance gathering information that supports the claim, tracking the claim through the submission process and filing appeals for denied claims.
Eligibility: Veteran interested in pursuing VA benefits.

Adams
720-523-2770
11860 Pecos Street
Westminster, CO 80234

Alamosa
719-589-1109
8999 Independence Way 
PO Box 178
Alamosa, CO 81101

Arapahoe
303-738-8045
Arapahoe County Plaza
1690 West Littleton Blvd
Ste 110

Littleton, CO 80120

Archuleta
970-264-4013/970-264-4014
451 Hot Springs Blvd. 
PO Box 1507
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147

Baca
719-563-0976
25500 Hwy 160
Springfield, CO 81073

Boulder
303-441-3890
4999 Pearl East Circle
Suite 106
Boulder, CO 80301

Boulder/Longmont
720-864-6663
515 Coffman Street Suite 150
Longmont, CO 80501

Broomfield
720-887-2263
100 Spader Way
Broomfield, CO 80020

Chaffee
719-539-3803
448 East 1st Street Suite 134
Salida, CO 81201

Cheyenne
719-539-3803
448 East 1st Street Suite 134
Salida, CO 81201

Clear Creek
303-670-7543/720-272-9584
Clear Creek Resource Center
Idaho Springs:
1531 Colorado Blvd. PO Box 3669
Idaho Springs, CO 80452
Georgetown:
405 Argentine Street PO Box 2000
Georgetown, CO 80444

Conejos
719-376-6725
12987 County Road 6 
PO Box 196
Conejos, CO 81129

Costilla
719-580-6126
400 Gaspar Street PO Box 97
San Luis, CO 81152

Crowley
719-267-5251
631 Main Street Suite 100
Ordway, CO 81063

Custer
719-783-9470
615 Rosita Ave
Westcliffe, CO 81252

Delta
970-874-2082/970-234-7283
501 Palmer Street 
Delta, CO 81428

Denver
720-944-3500
1200 Federal
Denver, CO 80204

Dolores
970-677-3200/970-570-6847
VFW Hall
PO Box 428
Dove Creek, CO 81324

Douglas
303-663-6200
301 Wilcox Street
Castle Rock, CO 80109

Eagle
970-328-9674
551 Broadway PO Box 660
Eagle, CO 81631

Elbert
303-520-6088
PO Box 131
Elbert, CO 80106

El Paso
719-520-7750
5850 Championship View 
Suite 130
Colorado Springs, CO 80922

Fremont
719-276-7400
615 Macon Ave Suite LL-8
Canon City, CO 81212

Garfield
970-989-0084
195 14th Street PO Box 1361
Room 101
Rifle, CO 81650

Gilpin
303-515-4297
2960 Dory Hill Road Suite 100
Blackhawk, CO 80422

Grand
970-725-3122/970-509-9024
PO Box 264
Hot Sulpher Springs, CO 80451

Gunnison
970-641-7919
225 N Pine Street
Gunnison, CO 81230

Hinsdale
970-944-0191
PO Box 307
Lake City, CO 81235

Huerfano
719-459-3246
121 W 6th Street
Walsenburg, CO 81089

Jackson
970-218-9877
PO Box 322
Walden, CO 80480

Jefferson
303-271-4205/303-271-8375
3500 Illinois Street Suite 1600
Golden, CO 80401

Kiowa
719-438-5421
13344 HWY 287
Eads, CO 81036

Kit Carson
719-691-5445
2910 Senter Ave PO Box 756
Burlington, CO 80807

La Plata
970-382-6150
1970 East 3rd Ave Suite 102
Durango, CO 81301

Lake
719-221-3245
901 S. HWY 24 Room 105 PO Box 964
Leadville, CO 80461

Larimer
970-498-7396/970-498-7390
200 West Oak Street Suite 5000 PO Box 1190
Fort Collins, CO 80522

Las Animas
719-846-3940
200 E First Street
Room 101
Trinidad, CO 81082

Lincoln
719-743-2250
PO Box 398
Hugo, CO 80821

Logan
970-520-5876
315 Main Street 
Sterling, CO 80051

Mesa
970-248-2733
512 29 1/2 Road
Grand Junction, CO 81502

Mineral
719-658-2416 ext. 404/719-480-3137
PO Box 70
Creede, CO 81130

Moffat
970-824-0384
480 Barclay Street
Craig, CO 81625

Montezuma
970-564-2779/970-565-7155
www.montezumacounty.org/web/service/veterans
107 N. Chestnut Suite #3
Cortez, CO 81321

Montrose
970-249-2115/970-765-2210
www.welcomehomemontrose.org
317 S 2nd Ave
Montrose, CO 81401

Morgan
970-542-3552
800 E. Beaver Ave
Fort Morgan, CO 80701

Otero
719-383-3148
494 13 W 3rd Street
Room 110
La Junta, CO 81050

Ouray
970-249-2115
4 Hillcrest Plaza Way
Montrose, CO 81401

Park
719-836-4132/303-816-9498
825 Clark Street PO Box 968
Fairplay, CO 80440

Phillips
970-520-1510
325 W Strohm Street
Haxtun, CO 80731

Pitkin
970-429-6115
405 Castle Creek Dr. Suite 102
Aspen, CO 81611

Prowers
719-336-2606
1001 South Main Street
Lamar, CO 81052

Pueblo
719-583-4058
1515 Fortino Blvd. Suite 130
Pueblo, CO 81008

Rio Blanco
970-878-9690/970-878-9695
PO Box 559
Meeker, CO 81641
17497 State HWY 64 PO Box 522
Rangley, CO 81648

Rio Grande
719-852-5118
PO Box 97
Homelake, CO 81135

Routt
970-870-5469
www.co.routt.co.us
136 6th Street PO Box 773598
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

Saguache
719-655-2680
405 Denver Ave PO Box 325
Saguache, CO 81149

San Juan
970-387-7705
952 Snowden Street
Silverton, CO 81433

San Miguel
970-728-4501
PO Box 1014
Telluride, CO 81435

Sedgwick
9770-429-6115
115 Cedar Street Box 2
Julesburg, CO 80737

Summit
970-509-9024
360 Peak One Drive Suite 230 PO Box 679
Frisco, CO 80443

Teller
719-689-3584 ext. 108/719-686-5526
166 E. Bennet Ave
Cripple Creek, CO 80813

Washington
970-345-6685
150 Ash Ave Basement 230 Gum Ave (mail)
Akron, CO 80720

Weld
970-400-3444/970-400-3445
1008 9th Street
Greely, CO 80631

Yuma
950-332-5165/970-630-2309
19221 Country Road KK
Wray, CO 80758