Veterans

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Aurora Path House

Address is made available upon acceptance

Denver Metro

Aurora Path House is long-term housing for veterans, men with previous substance abuse, and men who are on probation or parole for non-violent issues. It's a single family home with 12 private bedrooms (furnished or unfurnished), a large living room, 2 family rooms, and a large deck and patio. It's located approximately one mile north of I-225 and Parker Road (Nine Mile light rail station) and close to other bus routes, grocery stores, and restaurants. A security deposit and first month's rent are due at move-in, but the home's management will work with third parties who assist with this. No current substance abuse or sex offenses. Provides independent living that is supportive of each other. Please call 720-980-9334 for more information. $800 per month includes all utilities, internet, and cable.

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Hire a Vet job website

Statewide

Hire a Vet is a website for veterans. If you're a veteran, you can get help with job searches, resume creation, interview preparation, and links to education and training at this website.

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Homeless Veteran Hotline

Statewide

If you are a veteran and are homeless or at risk of homelessness—or a family member, friend or a supporter of such a veteran — you can make the call to or chat online with the National Call Center for Homeless Veterans, where trained counselors are ready to talk or chat online confidentially 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Leave your contact info and you should get a call from this person within a day or two.

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Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program (HVRP)

563 East Colfax Avenue, Denver Colorado 80203

Provided by Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

Denver Metro

Denver

The Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program serves all seven Denver metro area counties. To qualify, you must be looking for permanent employment in your community, be a veteran, and homeless or at risk of being homeless. They provide a bus pass for people enrolled in their program, weekly job fairs, and help with tools. Orientation is every Thursday at 9am. Call first to verify and bring a copy of your DD214, state ID, and Social Security card.

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The Edge

3875 E 15th St, Loveland, CO 80538

Northeast

Loveland

The Edge is a 70-unit affordable housing community for veterans. Case managers connect occupants to employment support, local veterans groups, transportation help, and mental and physical health resources. Contact the Loveland Housing Authority at the number provided to find out how to apply. You can also click on the link to their web page and then click on Housing Opportunities. This application is for all of their housing programs.

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Upward Bound Veterans

Statewide

Upward Bound Veterans programs are located at Metro State University of Denver, Colorado State University in Pueblo, Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, and Colorado State University in Fort Collins. These programs provide support with basic skills, counseling, mentoring, tutoring, and academic instruction in core subject areas.To find your school’s Upward Bound Veterans program, look on your college’s website.

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VA Hospitals and Clinic Locations

Statewide

If you are a veteran and are needing health care services, please see the list of different care centers. VA health care locations in Alamosa, Aurora, Burlington, Colorado Springs, Craig, Denver, Durango, Fort Collins, Glenwood Springs, Golden, Grand Junction, Greeley, La Junta, Lamar, Montrose, Pueblo, Salida, and Sterling.

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VA Crisis Line

Statewide

The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource that’s available to anyone, even if you’re not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care. The responders at the Veterans Crisis Line are specially trained and experienced in helping veterans of all ages and circumstances. If you're hitting a crisis point in your life, call 1-800-273-8255, press 1, and an operator will connect you to help. The line is answered 24 hours a day, every day of the year. You may also text to 838255 or chat online for help.

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VA Healthcare – How to Enroll

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If you served in the active military, naval or air service and are separated under any condition other than dishonorable, you may qualify for VA health care benefits. Most Veterans who enlisted after September 7, 1980, or entered active duty after October 16, 1981, must have served 24 continuous months or the full period for which they were called to active duty to be eligible. This minimum duty requirement may not apply to Veterans who were discharged for a disability incurred or aggravated in the line of duty, were discharged for a hardship or received an “early out.” Since there are a number of other exceptions to the minimum duty requirements, VA encourages all Veterans to apply to determine their enrollment eligibility. Start with the website to enroll online for health care benefit or write to Health Eligibility Center, Enrollment Eligibility Division, 2957 Clairmont Road, Suite 200, Atlanta, GA 30329-1647; or call 1-877-222-8387 to enroll.

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Vet Center Locations

Statewide

If you're looking for the locations of Vet Centers in Colorado, click on the website link and scroll down. Centers are in Boulder, Colorado Springs, Denver, Fort Collins, Grand Junction, and Pueblo. Vet Centers help people seeking treatment for combat trauma such as PTSD or sexual assault while in the military. Vet Centers have counselors, support groups, accept walk-ins and can help with resources.

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Veteran Health Insurance: The Ultimate Guide

Statewide

Regis College just released Veteran Health Insurance: The Ultimate Guide. This in-depth resource guide was created for veterans, military families and health providers who are looking to share information about the range of veteran health insurance options available. The guide provides detailed insights and resources on the following topics: • Types of health insurance plans • Benefits of veteran health insurance plans • Guide on what documents are needed for a specific health insurance plan • Different hospitals and clinics for veterans • Resources highlighting veterans health care • Awareness on how to teach health literacy to veterans. Click on the link to read this helpful guide online.

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Veterans Justice Outreach Program

1700 N Wheeling Street, Aurora CO 80045

Denver Metro

Aurora

This program helps justice-involved vets connect to VA services. While they don’t provide legal services, they connect folks to those who can. Offices are in Colorado Springs in the CS Clinic, Denver in the VA Eastern Health Care System, and Grand Junction in the VA Medical Center. Click on the website to learn more and scroll down for links to directly email people who work at these offices.

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Volunteers of America Veterans Service Center–Alamosa office

601 East 3rd Street, Alamosa CO 81101

Southeast, Southwest

Alamosa

The VOA Veterans Service Centers provide case management services, help obtaining benefits, and emergency financial resources. Their intention is to break the cycle of homelessness among Colorado's Veteran population. Program participants must be Veterans (defined as having served at least one day on active duty in any service branch), and may not have received a dishonorable discharge. Every client must have documentation of their Veteran status, income verification documentation (e.g. paystubs), or be willing to certify themselves as homeless.

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Volunteers of America Veterans Service Center–Colorado Springs office

565 Communication Circle, Unit 150, Colorado Springs CO 80905

Southeast

Colorado Springs

The VOA Veterans Service Centers provide case management services, help obtaining benefits, and emergency financial resources. Their intention is to break the cycle of homelessness among Colorado's Veteran population. Program participants must be Veterans (defined as having served at least one day on active duty in any service branch), and may not have received a dishonorable discharge. Every client must have documentation of their Veteran status, income verification documentation (e.g. paystubs), or be willing to certify themselves as homeless.

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Volunteers of America Veterans Service Center–Denver Metro

1247 Santa Fe, Denver CO 80204

also known as the Bill Daniels Veterans Service Center

Denver Metro

Denver

The VOA Veterans Service Centers provide case management services, help obtaining benefits, and emergency financial resources. Their intention is to break the cycle of homelessness among Colorado's Veteran population. Program participants must be Veterans (defined as having served at least one day on active duty in any service branch), and may not have received a dishonorable discharge. Every client must have documentation of their Veteran status, income verification documentation (e.g. paystubs), or be willing to certify themselves as homeless.

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Volunteers of America Veterans Service Center–Greeley office

800 8th Avenue, Suite 100, Greeley CO 80631

Northeast

Greeley

The VOA Veterans Service Centers provide case management services, help obtaining benefits, and emergency financial resources. Their intention is to break the cycle of homelessness among Colorado's Veteran population. Program participants must be Veterans (defined as having served at least one day on active duty in any service branch), and may not have received a dishonorable discharge. Every client must have documentation of their Veteran status, income verification documentation (e.g. paystubs), or be willing to certify themselves as homeless.

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Volunteers of America Veterans Service Center–Northern Colorado office

116 W Harvard Street, #4, Fort Collins CO 80525

Northeast

Fort Collins

The VOA Veterans Service Centers provide case management services, help obtaining benefits, and emergency financial resources. Their intention is to break the cycle of homelessness among Colorado's Veteran population. Program participants must be Veterans (defined as having served at least one day on active duty in any service branch), and may not have received a dishonorable discharge. Every client must have documentation of their Veteran status, income verification documentation (e.g. paystubs), or be willing to certify themselves as homeless.

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Volunteers of America Veterans Service Center–Pueblo office

627 N Main Street, Pueblo CO 81003

Southeast

Pueblo

The VOA Veterans Service Centers provide case management services, help obtaining benefits, and emergency financial resources. Their intention is to break the cycle of homelessness among Colorado's Veteran population. Program participants must be Veterans (defined as having served at least one day on active duty in any service branch), and may not have received a dishonorable discharge. Every client must have documentation of their Veteran status, income verification documentation (e.g. paystubs), or be willing to certify themselves as homeless.

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Volunteers of America Veterans Service Center–Southwest Colorado office

701 Camino del Rio, Suite 318, Durango CO 81301

Southwest

Durango

The VOA Veterans Service Centers provide case management services, help obtaining benefits, and emergency financial resources. Their intention is to break the cycle of homelessness among Colorado's Veteran population. Program participants must be Veterans (defined as having served at least one day on active duty in any service branch), and may not have received a dishonorable discharge. Every client must have documentation of their Veteran status, income verification documentation (e.g. paystubs), or be willing to certify themselves as homeless.

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Volunteers of America Veterans Service Center–Western Slope office

740 Gunnison Avenue, Grand Junction CO 81501

Southwest, Northwest

Grand Junction

The VOA Veterans Service Centers provide case management services, help obtaining benefits, and emergency financial resources. Their intention is to break the cycle of homelessness among Colorado's Veteran population. Program participants must be Veterans (defined as having served at least one day on active duty in any service branch), and may not have received a dishonorable discharge. Every client must have documentation of their Veteran status, income verification documentation (e.g. paystubs), or be willing to certify themselves as homeless.

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Workforce Centers

All workforce centers offer priority of service to veterans

Statewide

All Workforce Centers (also called American Job Centers) have people who can help veterans find a job. Workforce Centers offer priority of service in all of their programs and services to veterans. Be sure to ask for the veterans employment specialist or priority of service when you register, or when you're asking for assistance. This is federal and state law. Click on the link below and it will take you to the Jobs section on Remerg.com where you'll find a list of every center in Colorado.

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