Veteran's Resources

State

• Department of Military and Veterans Affairs - The State of Colorado Office of the Department of Veterans   Affairs.

• CO Hire Patriots - Hire Patriots job board website you can post-one day, part-time and full-time jobs.   Active duty military or veterans in the local community can then search for jobs on the website and contact   potential employers by email. Veterans can also post their resumes on the website for employers to review.   And what makes this unique is this is all free!

• Colorado Veteran Resources - An online partnership of "shared care" providing information on, and access   to, services and resources for wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans, their families and   families of the fallen, and those who support them from recovery and rehabilitation to community   reintegration.

 Colorado Veteran Services (Dept of Labor & Employment) - Our mission is to provide Veterans and   transitioning service members with the resources and services to succeed in the 21st Century workforce by   meeting labor-market demands with qualified Veterans.

 

• United Veterans Committee of Colorado - UVC is a non-profit coalition of 45 chartered and federally   recognized veterans service organizations and affiliates established in 1972. CCCV is a non-profit   organization of veteran leaders, state and federal governmental officials. Their purpose was to improve   federal benefit programs for veterans by working with federal agencies and Colorado's congressional   delegation.

National

• US Departmen of Veteran Affairs Crisis Hotline - No matter what you are experiencing, there is support   for getting your life back on track.

• Department of Veterans Affairs - National Office of the US Department of Veterans Affairs.

• National Coalition for Homeless Veterans - The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (NCHV) will   end homelessness among veterans by shaping public policy, promoting collaboration, and building the   capacity of service providers.

• US Dept of Labor Veterans Employment Training Service - National Homeless Veterans' Reintegration   Program (HVRP) Technical Assistance Center.

• Addiction Center - AddictionCenter.com is a professional web guide that connects individuals struggling   with addiction to treatment options. 

• VA Mortgage Loan Rates and Refinance - Our country is indebted to veterans of the armed forces, and VA   mortgages are one way we can help reward them for their contributions. Guaranteed by the Veterans   Administration, these loans have helped countless Americans who served in the armed forces enjoy home   ownership.

• Rehab.com - For a list of multiple rehabilitation organizations in Colorado Springs, CO.

• Recovery.org - Recovery and rehab resources in Colorado Springs, CO.

Surviving Spouses Resources - Assistance for surviving spouses.

Local

• Colorado Springs VA Clinic - PFC Floyd K. Lindstrom Outpatient Clinic. Located at 3141 Centennial Blvd.      Colorado Springs, CO 80907. (719) 327-5660

• El Paso County Veterans Services - El Paso County, CO Veterans Assistance Office. Contact Mr. Carl               McDaniel at (719) 520-7756.

• Homes for All Veterans (HAV) -  Rocky Mountain Human Services funds HAV which provides outreach,   case management and access to community resources to homeless or at-risk vets and their families   throughout Colorado. RMHS is located at 17 S. Weber Street. The phone number is (719) 323-2600.

Mt. Carmel - Peer Navigators are provided to veterans to help them find and use available community   resources at no cost in the following areas and more: child care, finances, legal issues, jail diversion, skill   training, technical training, education, job placement, mental health care, trauma recovery, suicide   prevention, substance abuse help, support groups, crisis stabilization, disease management, brain injury   care, and dental care. (719)309-4714

 Homeward Pikes Peak - The catalyst in the Pikes Peak region's commitment to eliminate homelessness by   coordinating, facilitating and monitoring a strategic plan for homeless services and resource utilization.

• National Call Center for Homeless Veterans - US Dept of Veterans Affairs national homeless veterans   program.

• Veterans Trauma Court - The VTC program provides jail diversion services to vets with trauma spectrum   disorders related to military service who have been charged with a lower level felony. With the permission   of the 4th Judicial District District Attorney’s Office, eligible vets are moved from the traditional courtroom   system into the VTC.  For more info, call Leo Martinez at AspenPointe, (719) 377-0474.

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