Disclaimer: These resources are organized by the county that their physical office resides in. Their location may not dictate the areas they serve in Colorado. For further information on a resource’s area of service, please contact them directly.

Colorado Division of Veterans Affairs
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)

155 Van Gordon St PO Box 25126
Denver, CO 80225

Grand Junction:
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.

City of Aurora Veterans’ Affair Commission
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.

Northern Colorado VA CBOC
4575 Byrd Dr.
Loveland, CO 80538
Our Suicide Prevention Community Engagement & Partnerships Coordinators (CEPC) serve as content matter experts for community-based suicide prevention initiatives and help with suicide prevention education throughout the community. CEPC’s build community-led coalitions that focus on suicide prevention and education. They can speak to your organization about Suicide Prevention, provide free suicide prevention resources, and training opportunities.
Eligibility: Open to all.